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#1 Old 06-15-2008, 07:07 PM
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So I'm almost finished with my bottle of shampoo, and I'm going to be shopping for another one very soon. I have super fine hair. I recently got a free sample of Herbal Essences voluminizing shampoo and even though I usually use all natural shampoos (Jason, or Desert Essence), I decided to try it. It, unfortunately, was fantastic! But I refuse to put chemicals into my hair long term. Does anyone have any recommendations for an all natural shampoo that voluminizes really well? Preferably under $20. Thanks...
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#2 Old 06-17-2008, 01:31 PM
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check out Pureology. They are also vegan
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I have yet to try a "volumizing" shampoo that actually works. I've have super fine, straight hair and I've been really happy with Aveda Rosemary Mint shampoo and conditioner. It's not a "volumizing" product but it makes my hair soft and shiny.
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#4 Old 06-18-2008, 07:19 PM
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Thanks for your replies! I don't do anything to my hair in regards to blow drying, gels, sprays, etc. So I really need a good shampoo to all the work for me since I'm so disinterested in spending too much time on it as well as lazy. I don't want to blow money on something that doesn't work well since I won't waste anything that I buy and I would grudgingly use all of it no matter what. Again thanks, and I'll look into these suggestions.
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check out Pureology. They are also vegan



Pureology is so expensive, I couldn't afford it and when I offered my first born child, they said it wasn't enough.



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I have yet to try a "volumizing" shampoo that actually works. I've have super fine, straight hair and I've been really happy with Aveda Rosemary Mint shampoo and conditioner. It's not a "volumizing" product but it makes my hair soft and shiny.



Me either. My hair is SUPER DUPER thin and needs a miracle!



I bought some great shampoo and conditioner from Bath and Body Works, but I want to get a brand that does no animal testing at all. Once I'm out, I'm going to try Paul Mitchell.
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Pureology is so expensive, I couldn't afford it and when I offered my first born child, they said it wasn't enough.






is it? yeah, i've never purchased it, but my salon uses it on me. it's good stuff.
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Yeah, it's pretty expensive. My sister used it. At the local hair salon, I think it's about $25 for 10 ounces of shampoo. I couldn't imagine spending $50 on 2 tiny bottles of shampoo and conditioner. And I complained about $5 bottles
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It is super expensive, but I have found that I have to use less of it to get the desired effect. The shampoo and conditioner lasts so long, as do the styling products. I think it's worth the investment if you can swing it.
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#10 Old 06-23-2008, 02:33 PM
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don't know what you consider "natural" but i have been plugging samy salon products lately. they are vegan and sulfate free. also inexpensive - around $5. worth a shot!
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It is super expensive, but I have found that I have to use less of it to get the desired effect. The shampoo and conditioner lasts so long, as do the styling products. I think it's worth the investment if you can swing it.



I really wish I could afford luxuries... I might have to start stripping at Peppermint Rhino or Club 215 soon if I don't get another job



I still wanna see your bostons
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i love Nature's Gate too... i get the one for color-treated from WF's.
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#13 Old 06-26-2008, 09:38 AM
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Yeah, I used Nature's Gates products when I first started to look for alternative options for different products many years ago. I've veered away from them, not b/c I didn't like them, but there are so many other options out there now! But maybe I'll check out their shampoo again. Thanks, Satya.
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I heart desert essence organics. My hair just feels nice. I have super thin hair and never do much with it, this stuff seems to work for me. I've tried a number of them and used herbal essences before this, vegan or not this would probably be my first pick
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