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Is mixing the types of shampoo and conditioner a good idea? watch

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    I bought online two products from Matrix, the shampoo is called Sugar Shine and is for normal/dull hair but the conditioner is called Full Density and says it's for thin hair.

    The website I ordered these from didn't have the complete sets, so I was wondering if there's any problem if they don't quite match. It's the first time I'm going to use these professional products; whenever I go to my salon, my hair gets so softer and has a wonderful smell that lasts, so I asked them what they use and wish to achieve a similar result at home.

    There shouldn't be a large problem, but you would want to use products recommended for your hair, for example, if you have thin hair, you want to use a shampoo and conditioner especially formulated for thin hair for best results.
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