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Please recommend me a lovely hairdresser shampoo and conditioner

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Spotthedoggies Sun 01-Nov-20 14:09:28

I have some vouchers to use for hair or beauty products and would love to buy a really nice salon shampoo/conditioner combination.

I have tried Unite lazer strait and did quite like that. Often use Bedhead but can find it a bit drying. I have tried Kerastase and Redken in the past but found they made my hair very sticky and impossible to dry/greasy looking.

My hair itself is fairly fine but there's absolutely loads of it so it appears very thick. It needs styling every day or just turns into a shapeless mushroom with a bit of a wave but no proper curl, and naturally looks a bit dry and rubbish. After blow drying and irons it looks presentable enough!

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SentientAndCognisant Sun 01-Nov-20 16:01:55

My salon use Davine’s which I have used at home and it’s wonderful stuff . You don’t need a lot either, I use the Nou nou and buy from amazon in the litre size as it is cost effective
They also use Evo which I haven’t used but see it in the salon

Bluntness100 Sun 01-Nov-20 16:05:41

I like this.

www.amazon.co.uk/Moroccanoil-HYDRATING-shampoo-conditioner-COMBO/dp/B06X9H1M7D/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&crid=2713QJ0KQU3CY&keywords=moroccan+oil+shampoo&sprefix=Moroccan+oil+%2Caps%2C177&tag=mumsnetforu03-21&qid=1604246672&sr=8-5

MamaOf2Bunnies Mon 02-Nov-20 02:33:29

Im not sure if this is a salon shampoo and conditioner but tresemme biotin 7+ repair is amazing. Its very light and hair feels refreshed and smells lush. Give it a go u wont regret.

This is cooming from a mother whos suffering postpartum hairloss and its really helped. Xx

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