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If you wash your hair every day, what shampoo do you use?

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Cheesymonster Sun 08-Jan-17 07:57:30

My hair is straight, long and extremely fine and not a lot of it! I have always washed it every other day but on day two it looks an absolute bastard. Doesn't even look good tied back - limp and lank. I think I'm going to have to wash it every day. But will that make it greasier in the long run? I don't use my straighteners anymore but I do blow dry every time - only takes a few minutes though because it's so fine.

At the moment I am using Aussie volume 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioner. Would be grateful for any recommendations of products I can use daily please.

Lilaclily Sun 08-Jan-17 07:59:40

I would use a separate shampoo and conditioner tbh , the 2 in 1s aren't really good for your hair

jeaux90 Sun 08-Jan-17 09:03:38

Caudalie do a really nice shampoo and I think for fine hair you wouldn't need a conditioner. It also doesn't have some of the nasty chemicals that Aussie has in it. Aussie does however do a nice spray in conditioner (without the chemicals) which is really light you can just use on the dryer ends.

The organic Brazilian shampoo is similar but quite as good.

If you hair is slightly greasy day 2 try one of the dry spray in shampoos

Ilovecaindingle Sun 08-Jan-17 09:05:31

Pantene shampoo with Pantene conditioner. .
Fine blonde hair washed every day.

PrancerForHoney Sun 08-Jan-17 09:18:05

I have very long fine hair that needs washing every day. I use Tresemme volumising shampoo and volumising conditioner for fine hair.

Chasingsquirrels Sun 08-Jan-17 09:30:05

I just use tresemme, usually the deep clean type one. Plus a light tresemme conditioner.

I occasionally use DH's Aussie for a change.

Cheesymonster Sun 08-Jan-17 10:29:11

Thanks everyone - lilaclily you're right I should, 2 in 1 is just me being very lazy grin

TiddlesUpATree Sun 08-Jan-17 10:36:24

Mine is the same. I'm using bead head elasticate shampoo and conditioner in the green bottle. Get huge bottles from Amazon. They last ages. Best shampoo ever.

DrWhy Sun 08-Jan-17 10:41:22

I use the Johm Frieda brilliant brunette, I don't get on with Pantene and find any 2 in 1 just builds up product in my hair making it feel limp and sticky.

mumsnit Sun 08-Jan-17 13:06:19

I wash my hair every day and alternate each day between 2/3 shampoos which for me avoids getting a build up. I usually use Korres and a non SLS shampoo (Happy Hair Days is good) and Elvive.

DameDoom Sun 08-Jan-17 14:24:55

Kerastase Bain Densite or Philip Kingsley Body Building at the moment. I alternate every day and use Hairfix Release pre-treatment, which is a clarifier, once a week.
I have fine, greasy hair and have to wash mine every day otherwise I look awful and my hair stinks. I like it to be shiny and smell great. I also find that I get a much better result with salon-branded shampoo than supermarket brands, so for me the added expense is well worth it.

queenc81 Sun 08-Jan-17 14:31:29

I wash everyday, I use either herbal essences naked or garner natural shampoo.
Can I just mention something to the Pantene users, it's really bad for your hair. Especially if you use heat on it too, hair dryer and straighteners.

Also once a week use coconut oil on your hair, we recommend it in the salon for people with fine dry hair, it's life changing grin

Lorelei76 Sun 08-Jan-17 14:33:24

I wash hair daily usually with herbal essences
2 in 1 will make it lank
What about a spray leave in conditioner? I use that a lot. Aussie or superdrug own brand.

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