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Karvel
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i.e. the best of loads of different shampoos etc. you've tried/used because of great recommendations etc.

I swear by:



Aussie Shampoo and Conditioner (mananged to get a pic of both :p:)



L'Oreal Straightening Cream (aka "The one in the pink bottle")
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I'm too lazy to post pics but I adore:

Tigi Bedhead Afterparty - a very light smoothing cream which smells GORGEOUS, tames frizzies and adds shine. Oooh I sound like an advert.

Toni & Guy Boost It Mousse (think that's what it's called) - great for adding volume.

Anything by Kerastase - particularly their conditioners - works wonders.

And Batiste Dry Shampoo is ok for those days you just can't be bothered shampooing.
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oooo dumb question, where can I get Kerastase stuff in the UK?
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Shampoo. Water is free, generally, although heating it up can be a chore.
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(Original post by Profesh)
Shampoo. Water is free, generally, although heating it up can be a chore.
Darn you beat me to it lol
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I am a totally Tigi whore, mostly due to my staff discount.

I use Oatmeal and honey shampoo and conditioner, Smoothing Lusterizer, Mastermind (lush tropical smell). For styling it, I use Afterparty, yup, it's fab like the previous person said, Manipulator, Masterpiece Hairspray and Camera Ready.

I've got loads that I use too, but these are the ones I use regularly, and absolutely adore.
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oooo dumb question, where can I get Kerastase stuff in the UK?

Lots of salons do it, just look around.

You can also get it cheaper on Ebay, providing the P and P's aren't extortionate.
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This Lee Stafford straightening balm conditioner stuff... it's loverly! :love: and good old Aussie too.
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(Original post by Karvel)



L'Oreal Straightening Cream (aka "The one in the pink bottle")
:ditto:
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(Original post by Karvel)



L'Oreal Straightening Cream (aka "The one in the pink bottle")
I love that stuff, I had to leave all mine at the airport when I went on holiday :mad:
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Chi*Chi
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I was thinking of buying Lush shampoo/conditioner/both ... Do any of you guys use Lush hair care and would you recommend it?? Tia.
[I would have posted this in the Lush Society thing but due to the bias...]
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John frieda frizz ease hair serum i think its great
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(Original post by Chi*Chi)
I was thinking of buying Lush shampoo/conditioner/both ... Do any of you guys use Lush hair care and would you recommend it?? Tia.
[I would have posted this in the Lush Society thing but due to the bias...]
I use 'jumping juniper' - one of lush' solid shampoo bars - juniper and citrus based to cut through grease and products and works really well - lasts forever and smells gorgeous. Lovely stuff, and there is a good range - great for travel too as you bang it in the tin and go, without having to worry about leaks, liquid restrictions etc.
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Redken Smooth Down. Its great stuff!
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(Original post by lodzinski)
I use 'jumping juniper' - one of lush' solid shampoo bars - juniper and citrus based to cut through grease and products and works really well - lasts forever and smells gorgeous. Lovely stuff, and there is a good range - great for travel too as you bang it in the tin and go, without having to worry about leaks, liquid restrictions etc.
Thanks, I'll check it out I was wondering though, whether the solid bars go mushy/dissolve or anything like that?
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Daddy-o -Lush


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Sheer Blonde- John Freida
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I like the John Frieda sheer blonde stuff too, though it's a bit expensive to use all the time.

Love the Aussie intensive hair moisturiser too
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i don't. some natural shampoo and a bit of water is good enough for my hair.
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(Original post by Angelil)
I like the John Frieda sheer blonde stuff too, though it's a bit expensive to use all the time.

Love the Aussie intensive hair moisturiser too
Yeah the sheer blonde conditioner is lovely and thick and the shampoo gets my hair really clean, but I can't really afford it. I like the aussi range too they have a nice 'luscious long' leave in conditioner spray which is good for blowdrying. Although lush isn't cheap their products seem to last so so much longer than most.
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Sunsilk waves and curls serum
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