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I wash my hair a lot. I am in the gym often which equals swear, and sweat can’t necessarily be refreshed with a dry shampoo. I find myself flying through bottle of shampoo and conditioner which gets extremely pricey. The average bottle of shampoo/conditioner is somewhere between eight and twelve ounces which for me equates to about two and half weeks worth of product if I don’t over use it. I am so tired of re-buying product that I have decided to try something new. Click the notes for more.

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Fueled by the product mark up, which is akin to the profits on dealing illicit drugs, beauty is one of the most competitive markets in the world. Not only are there a million brands to choose from, each brand has countless products, making hair care product choices a bit of a minefield. The confusion is at its worst with shampoos and conditioners. Needed by everyone, marketers have spliced the market into subcategories in an effort to be your point of difference. If you’ve every wandered the aisle and wondered which shampoos and conditioners are best for you, cut through the cloud with our at-a-glance chart in the notes.

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Excessive hair cleansing can be a killer. The product you use the most is the one that gives you the most trouble. Shampoo is something we all need. It removes product buildup, gives a fresh scent, and gets hair in the soft and pliable state that makes restyling easy. But it’s not something you need to put over your whole head every time you step in the shower. Click the notes for details about your shampoo and how to stop over washing. –– Kelly Rowe

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Your cleansing routine is the most important part of hair care and styling regimen. Knowing the right shampoo and conditioner to use and how to use it correctly can preserve the integrity of your hair texture, any applied color, and set the base for successful styling. Learn how to cleanse like a pro in the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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