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Luxury/high end shampoo

(32 Posts)
iwannadancewithsomebody Fri 30-Oct-15 22:11:59

I would like to buy a friend some nice shampoo and conditioner for their birthday, does anyone have any recommendations?

I have a budget of about £35

Partybugs Fri 30-Oct-15 22:20:33

I like Paul Mitchell.. They do fancy sets of shampoo and conditioner.

BrianButterfield Fri 30-Oct-15 22:21:57

I love Aveda stuff and it smells lovely. You could easily get a set for £35 especially online.

Coastingit Fri 30-Oct-15 22:27:29

Aveda definitely! Great quality and a real treat.

mrslebon Fri 30-Oct-15 23:13:15

Yes to Aveda, or Kerastase.

ShebaQueen Fri 30-Oct-15 23:18:45

Redken, absolutely love it. Have also heard good things about Ojon but not tried it myself.

FusionChefGeoff Fri 30-Oct-15 23:31:12

Agenda definitely

FusionChefGeoff Fri 30-Oct-15 23:31:29

Bollocks - Aveda

Shutthatdoor Fri 30-Oct-15 23:33:10

Ojon is really good and lasts for ages as you need such small amounts smile

iwantavuvezela Fri 30-Oct-15 23:34:47

Kiehls or Aveda.

GuzzleBloodTastyDrink Fri 30-Oct-15 23:40:42

Not sure how high end it is, but I absolutely love the lee Stafford Argan oil set. I've tried kerestase and Paul Mitchell and not really noticed a difference but this one really made my hair feel soft and silky

JeffyJeffington Fri 30-Oct-15 23:48:28

Living Proof is great, i would use it all the time if i could afford to!

BumWad Sat 31-Oct-15 00:06:00

Aveda lovely but you can get more for your money with a nice Paul Mitchell set

Lemonfizzypop Sat 31-Oct-15 00:15:11

Bumble and bumble is lovely. The sulfate free one has transformed my hair!

SweetAdeline Sat 31-Oct-15 09:50:24

I love awceda shampure. Smells great, I'm not allergic to it AND makes a noticeable difference to my hair.

SweetAdeline Sat 31-Oct-15 09:50:59

Arghhhh Aveda

Seems to be hated by autocorrect though grin

Pupsiecola Sat 31-Oct-15 09:53:51


BrendaandEddie Sat 31-Oct-15 18:05:43

i prefer Kerestase to Aveda

Madbengalmum Sat 31-Oct-15 18:10:24

Definately Kerastase

tabulahrasa Sat 31-Oct-15 18:12:10

I might just be really fussy, but I'd not thank you for shampoo and conditioner - it's taken me to my late 30's to find one that suits my hair and I hated most of the ones named already.

I mean I would thank someone because I'm not rude, but I'd not want it.

BrendaandEddie Sat 31-Oct-15 18:19:19

good point

frikadela01 Sat 31-Oct-15 18:19:59

I'd be inclined to agree with tabulah. Most women I know use a specific shampoo that they've found suits them. Ive had the really big bed head shampoo and conditioner sat on my window ledge for 6 months after my sister bought me it and it just doesn't suit my hair.

YoungGirlGrowingOld Sat 31-Oct-15 18:22:32

Maybe get a Kerastase "extra" product rather than fancy shampoo and conditioner? They have some great intensive masques and serums at that price. I swear by their new repair range (green bottles) for my fine ratty hair.

IHaveBrilloHair Sat 31-Oct-15 18:23:49

Percy and Reed, worth it for the smell alone.

mowglik Sat 31-Oct-15 22:11:45

Redken so soft or all soft, can't remember name exactly. Makes hair lovely and soft and swishy, if I wasn't concerned with volume in my thinning hair id still use this

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