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Hair Do's: Our 6 Favorite Shampoos

Our hair needs to be treated every now and then. And if you’re one of those people who reaches for whatever shampoo bottle is sitting on the rim of the bathtub, you might want to consider switching up your hair care habits. We give you the secret to Sofia Vergara's silky hair, along with protecting the impulsive dye job, and minimizing the frizz without compromising the hair.


L’Occitane Aromachologie Repairing Shampoo

If you’ve got a damaged hair, either from heat or coloring, this shampoo is really a great option. It has a blend of five essential oils that deliver important proteins to your strands, strengthening them for the inside out.


ORIBE Shampoo for Beautiful Color

This hair product is best for color treated hair because of how protective and restorative it is. It's a great gentle cleanser that uses moisturizers and strengthening ingredients that leave your hair shiny, rich and deep.


Redken Diamond Oil Shampoo

A shampoo targeted to dry and dull strands, boosted by a trio of oils (coriander, camelina and apricot), this shampoo softens and strengthen hair and give it a noticeable shine without leaving it greasy.



Kerastase Nutritive Bain Magistral Shampoo

It can’t be that hard to create a cleanser that leaves hair hydrated but still flowing like a Paso Fino’s mane, can it? Kerastase’s sulfate-free shampoo gets the balance right, it leaves hair cleansed and soft without leaving oils that drag it down.


DevaCurl Low-Poo Delight

If you’ve got a natural curly hair, then, this shampoo is for you! While there is absolutely lack of hair products for that actually care for your curls. This faithful product has your back, defining spirals and giving frizz a well-deserved beat-down.


Aesop Volumising Shampoo

This shampoo smells amazing! It gets right into the roots of hair shafts, coating it and consequently plumping—the ideal shampoo for thin hair. 



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