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Thickening shampoo please

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sonata1 Wed 24-Jun-15 15:13:56

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good thickening shampoo that is not too heavy. Some of them weigh your hair down. I am ...erm..oldish, thyroidless, have dry, coloured hair (due to greys) and it's thinning on top. Sound great don't I !! I have been using Plantur 39 (the green one) and it does give volume but my hair is so dry. I don't mind high street or high end.

Luckytohavemybaby Wed 24-Jun-15 15:15:40

Try Klorane quinine shampoo and conditioner, it smells a bit strong but it is fantastic. I used it after breastfeeding both DDs and even between babies and pregnancies - fantastic stuff. You can buy it from John Lewis - I get mine online - click and collect at local Waitrose.

Truckingalong Wed 24-Jun-15 17:08:50

Fibrology is the best out there.

MitzyLeFrouf Wed 24-Jun-15 17:14:06

I love Fibrology. Some people have tried it and hated it but it's pretty cheap so worth a shot.

Blueberrymuffint0p Wed 24-Jun-15 18:46:38

Elvive fibrology or herbal essence thickening (the orange bottle) both excellent.

I think the one thing better than any shampoo is a good thickening but lightweight mousse. Treseme does a fantastic one-salon finish volume and lift. A little goes a long way, it stops my hair going stringy and gives it texture and bouce.

sonata1 Wed 24-Jun-15 20:26:11

Thank you MNers.I do use L'Oreal Techni Art Volume Architect thickening blow dry spray( from Sally's) and it is very good. Thickening but weightless. I just wanted a double whammy. Thank goodness for a good hairdresser !

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