I am experimenting with having hair, after years of, well, not.
My hair used to be v straight and shiny and, ok, greasy. So I always wanted more body etc. Now it's a lot more grey, which seems to mean more body?
Right now it's in a sort of grown out blokes' haircut - longish near the top, then shortish around the bottom. I used to have a bob for years, and then I had a haircut that was like a short bob but with no defined part. (It needed to be cut pretty often, though.)
I think I need a haircut, it's pretty unshapen.
I am not going to colour it. I am not going to put gunk in it on a regular basis (probably ever). I am not going to blow dry it.
I like to wash it every day, because I bike/climb/run so often, but could cope with maybe rinsing it instead, every other day.
What kind of conditioner/shampoo do I need? And what sort of style?
tis very hard to advise without seeing you - is going to a hairdresser for advice an option? Any shortish cut will need cutting often to keep its shape, esp if not blowdried or styled so don't think of that as a downside.
I wash my hair every day and have used many shampoos in my time but always come back to Tesco's own brand Pantene-a-like which is cheap and does the job.
a bob could be nice for you, do you want a fringe or not? otherwise you could just keep on growing it and always put it up if you really don't want to bother with hairdressers, that's what i do. i do dye and trim it occassionally so it isn't entirely untended.
think you should at least rinse it every day. when i had no hair was amazed at how much heads sweat, hadn't noticed before.
no idea re conditioner etc, i have very dry hair so opposite prob. waitrose own brand is good value and lasts well.
I love having a crop. Can't be arsed with blow-drying, like to wash it every day and don't do gunk. Added bonus, the other day I was likened to Audrey Hepburn (ok that was a bit of a leap of imagination) Crops rule OK!