The first step in finding the
Best Shampoo for your hair is
determining your hair type. There are many different brands of hair shampoo and many different
types of shampoo within those brands. Finding the perfect shampoo for
your hair can be a confusing task. We're here to help! Also see
How to Shampoo
to learn things most people don't know about shampooing and find common
mistakes that are easy to avoid. If nothing else start here with --->>Color Lover Shampoo
The first step in determining what type of shampoo to use is to determine your Hair Type.
Types of Shampoo
Shampoo For Regular Hair
The shampoo you are looking for is one that gently cleanses your hair and keeps your scalp from becoming too oily between shampoos. Shampoo for normal hair will suit your hair and scalp needs. For people with regular hair the choice of shampoo is dependant on several things. How often do you shampoo and what conditioner do you use after shampooing. Most people with normal hair shampoo and condition daily. See How to Shampoo to learn things most people don't know about shampooing and find common mistake that cause problems and are easy to avoid.
When it comes to choosing the best shampoo for regular hair one would
think that it is just a matter of choosing the shampoo, fragrance and
color and that's all there is to it. Instead, the question becomes, "How
does my scalp and hair feel when I am done with my daily shampoo and
conditioning routine?" Once we were traveling on vacation and had
hotel, of course, provided small bottles of shampoo and conditioner.
Our 11 year old son came out of the shower and asked "What's wrong with
this shampoo?" Most 11 years old boys are oblivious to everything.
So if any 11 year old child can tell the difference, you know there must
be and is a really big difference. Not all shampoos are
created equal. All Shampoos claim to do the same thing and
say they serve the same purpose: to cleanse your hair and scalp. It's up to you,
your hair and scalp should feel clean.
Keep using shampoos that leave your hair clean feeling and make it so
that your are not aware of your scalp (no itching, no scratching, no oil and no
smell from your hair or scalp) between shampoos.
Best Shampoo for Fine/Thin Hair
If you have fine/thin hair, you'll want a shampoo that won't add extra weight or oil to your hair. Your best shampoo choice would be a volume adding shampoo or thickening shampoo Like Framesi Color Lover Shampoo. Yes Color Lover Volume Shampoois waiting for you. You are looking for shampoos and conditioners that contain Panthenol (a vitamin-B complex), & proteins (from quinoa or wheat) to promote the addition of body to your hair and actually work to thicken the hair shaft. The key words to look for when searching for a Fine/Thin hair shampoo are: volumizing, thickening, weightless, and wheat proteins or Quinoa proteins if you have wheat allergies. Color Lover Volume Shampoo, Conditioner, and Leave-In body building Conditioner, & Color Lover Hair Primer are good places to start.
Best Shampoo for Dry Hair
For dry hair, you'll want a moisture rich shampoo. It's important to determine the cause behind your dry hair. Is your hair naturally dry? Do you live in a dry climate? The solution for these two causes of dry hair can be as simple as using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner like Color Lover offers. However, those are not the only causes of dry hair. Is your hair damaged? Do you heat style your hair? Do you dry your hair with a towel? Do you blow dry your hair? Do you color or perm you hair? Any of these situations can diminish moisture in your hair. Simply using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner might not be enough. It's important to protect your hair from blow-drying and aggressive heat styling by using a heat protection spray like Color Lover Hair Primer. If you chemically process your hair (coloring, perming, etc), you might want to start using a weekly Deep Conditioning Hair Masque. Sometimes, prevention can be the solution. (Biogenol Ultra Deep Masque | Color Lover Moisture Masque | Lanza Ultimate Treatment )
Best Shampoo for Hard to Bend Hair
If you have stubborn, "I can't make my hair behave, comb it, or even get it to bend", hair and you want help, you need to start with a shampoo the opens the outside, cuticle, layer of your hair to let in a hair bending conditioner like Its a 10 Hair Masque . The best shampoo for this is Roffler Gold Shampoo or Roffler Blue Shampoo. Both shampoos are formulated with a pH of 8, which is specifically designed to open the cuticle layer and help remove unwanted oils often associated with men's hair needs. The bonus is that once the cuticle is open, the masque can better penetrate the hair cuticle, getting inside your hair and softening it to make it more bendy. Clients have told us that this shampoo and conditioner combination is a miracle that really helped tame their hard to bend hair.
Best Shampoo for Sensitive Scalp/Dandruff
There are specially made shampoos for people who have sensitive scalp conditions and dandruff. It is important to find the one that works for you and meets all of your hair's needs. For those suffering from dandruff, look for an actual dandruff shampoo or a clarifying shampoo. These shampoos should clean away the flakes and hydrate your scalp to prevent future flakes. There are also some practical, easy steps you can take to help reduce and eliminate your dandruff. Visit our How to Shampoo page to learn more. If you have a sensitive scalp, look for a mild or gentle shampoo. There are fragrance free shampoos, sulfate free shampoos, and paraben free shampoos. If you haven't found something that works, try using shampoo with reduced or no wheat in the formulation. The most recent industry adjustment has been to substitute Quinoa protein for Wheat protein, which helps all those folks with allergic reactions to wheat or the Gluten protein found in wheat and other grains. Folks who have "wheat free" formulas include ABBA Hair Products and Color Lover Hair Products.
Best Shampoo for Swimmers
For the avid swimmer, a specialty shampoo is a necessity. Pools contain harmful chemicals, namely chlorine, that can turn your beloved tresses into a horror story. But pools aren't the only danger; salt water poses just as big a threat as the chemically treated pool water does. It is important to not only to cleanse and condition your Swimmers Hair, but also to protect it. Our favorite shampoo for swimmers is made by Malibu.
Shampoo for Colored/Color Treated/Permed Hair
One of the biggest markets of shampoos is color treated hair shampoo. There are entire hair products lines devoted to the care of colored hair; the possibilities are endless! There are certain things that can make your hair color fade more quickly. Hair product companies developed color protecting shampoo and conditioner to promote longer lasting hair color. For example, Framesi, who has been in the hair color business since 1947, has four different product lines and all of the products in those lines are color safe. What does that mean? It means their products, like other color safe products, do not contain harmful ingredients that may strip your hair color. Look for a color safe or color protecting shampoo. The Framesi Color Lover line is offers state of the art formulation, superior results and costs less than its competition. The hidden bonus or the BIG bonus in the Hair Primer 11, which leave your with "Feel Better Hair." Framesi also offers a second hidden BONUS. While competitors put their main "color saving" ingredients in a spray-on leave-in step #4... that unfortunately most folks just don't use, Framesi Color Lover puts "color saving" ingredients in every step! That's right with Color Lover Hair Products you are always protecting your hair color and your hair.
Best Shampoo to Hide unwanted Yellow Tones in Color Treated or Bleached Hair
Oddly enough, the Best Shampoo to Hide unwanted Yellow Tones in Color Treated or Bleached Hair this is also the Shampoo For Gray Hair shown just below. The answer & the tricks are the same only the color of the hair has been changed.
Shampoo For Gray Hair | Best
Shampoo For Grey Hair
answer: for shiny healthy looking SILVER Gray hair get either
Roffler SILVER Shampoo or Biogenol VIOLIGHTS Shampoo
In Hair color the theory tells us that the remaining yellow color in your gray hair makes it go "off tone" and not look silver, healthy and shiny. Violet is across the color wheel from yellow so when you add a small amount of violet color to your hair you are mixing the remaining yellow pigment in your hair with the violet color to "BROWN OUR" or "HIDE" the the remaining yellow pigment leaving you looking shiny, and healthy with a SILVER-Gray hair tone. And if you read on you will see how easy it can be for your to balance the violet, add-on shampoo with the remaining yellow pigment to make both disappear, entirely.
Clients tell us that both Biogenol VIOLIGHTS Shampoo & Roffler SILVER Shampoo can be used in several different way. Both of these shampoos contain a violet color that you want to add to your hair to "TALE-AWAY" or "HIDE" the the remaining yellow pigment that you don't want to see in your hair color.
The way you choose will depend the 5 things.
Here are the options that will help you fine tune the amount of silver you add to your hair:
See How to Shampoo to learn things most people don't know about shampooing and find common mistake that cause problems and are easy to avoid.
Also see Salon Shampoo Brands for details about different brands of salon shampoo for you to choose from.
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