Shampoo For Your 'Do
I'm stumped on what shampoo to use!
Every girl's hair is different, so why would we all use the same shampoo? Problem is, there are sooo many different kinds to choose from. Moisturizing shampoos, shine-enhancing shampoos, nourishing shampoos, repair shampoos – eek! GL's got the scoop on what shampoo is a must-have for your mane.
Coarse 'n' Dry Tress Distress
If you have coarse hair, your tresses are probably also dry. To help keep hair healthier and hydrated, use a moisturizing shampoo. Look for moisture-rich ingredients like shea butter and coconut oil. Conditioning is also key to destroying dryness.
Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Moisturizing Shampoo, $4, drugstore.com
Fine 'n' Skinny Strands
Fine hair can be hard to work with since it gets weighed down by most hair products. Your best bet is a gentle, lightweight shampoo that will give your delicate mane a much-needed break. A clarifying shampoo will fine-tune your tresses.
bioInfusion Professional The Gentle One Shampoo, $8, walgreens.com
Flat 'n' Limp Locks
Feel like your hair is super blah and always falling flat? You def need a body booster. Look for a volumizing or thickening shampoo to add a li'l extra omph.
Cristophe Beverly Hills Volumizing Shampoo, $8, cvs.com
Curly 'n' Wavy Coif
We def believe in embracing what mom 'n' pops gave ya, but sometimes those curls can get a little out of control. A curl/wave refining or fortifying shampoo is the trick to taming curly tendrils.
Aussie Catch the Wave Shampoo, $4, riteaid.com
Oily 'n' Greasy Mane
Sigh. Oily hair is annoying...and, unfortunately, it's totally hereditary. Get rid of grease with a revitalizing or clarifying shampoo that will xinay all that extra oil.