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Mariella Avatar

I go through shampoo a lot and I’ve purchased a Joico one for coloured hair in a bronze/gold bottle for years. I used to find the 1 litre size at Winners/Marshalls for a really good price but haven’t been able to find it in at least a year now. Schwartzkopf Osis Magic hair serum, AG Firewall (a flat iron spray that is spectacular) and Moroccan Oil (the original one) are 3 other equally frequently used/repurchased products.

Lizzi Avatar

I don’t even know the official name of the product, but I’ve gone through countless bottles of the Bed Head cream that comes in the pink packaging that looks very phallic.

V Avatar

😄 Bedhead After Party! I remember around when it came out… My friends and I had to have it on our shelves only for the bottle. It wasn’t a helpful product for any of us though.

Ana Maria Avatar

I simply lost track of how many times I repurchased Paula’s Choice shampoo and conditioner. I discovered them way back (maybe more than 8 years ago) and for the last 2-3 years I’ve been using them exclusively (maybe I used up some samples). I refuse to use anything else in my hair.

In the last 10 years I also purchased liters of the Moroccoanoil treatment.

Nancy T Avatar

I’m not sure which one has been purchased the most, so here’s my happy, healthy hair list!
1.) Paul Mitchell Tea Tree and Lavender Shampoo and Conditioner, I use both religiously!
2.) John Frieda Frizz-Ease Straight Fixation
3.) OGX Argon Oil Weightless Healing Dry Oil
4.) Ion Demi-permanant Hair Color in 3N Dark Natural Brown and 3V Deep Plum, plus 10% developer
5.) Ion Color Sealer
6.) Many a missing rat tail comb!

Genevieve Avatar

I buy really good shampoos and conditioners and tend to rotate them, some of my favourites are: De Lorenzo’s Accenu8 Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner; L’Oreal’s Professional Series Volume Shampoo & Conditioner, Joico’s Volume Shampoo and Redken’s Volume Shampoo and Conditioner.
To name a few.

Colleen Avatar

Without question, it’s the Revlon 1 Coconut 10-in-1 spray. I have bought one every 3 months for ten years.

I use it after washing and before blow drying. It’s unparalleled.

Nina Avatar

Since I’ve moved to the country and have well water and a system to take the bedrock out, my hair changed. No shampoo or conditioner helped but hair oil does, so I’m on the trial and error for the hg hair oil, high or low end. So far Garnier sleek and tame or something like that is working wonders. Could do without the watermelon scent!

Latika Avatar

Hands down Briogeo has been my favorite new shampoo / conditioner. I experienced a hair tragedy last year.. I have had waist length hair my entire life and started dying it black for the past 5 years. Well i was tired of dying the greys so I decided to (try) brown.. went to a stylist as my normal lady stopped doing hair – new stylist coated my hair in bleach left it on to long and essentially all my hair fell out in the sink- trauma, tears.. emotional duress. Anyway as I had to cut the remaining damaged hair out .. I have just been gentle with it and Briogeo with my treatment oils have helped me grow about 4-5 inches since November.

Susan Nevling Avatar

I rotate between Ouai shampoo for fine hair and Olapex Shampoo. I use Olapex conditioner at times and also Briogeo spray leave in condition as an alternative. Sometimes the Oplapex conditioner is too conditioning for my fine hair.

Virginia Avatar

I have been using ALTERNA Haircare CAVIAR Anti-Aging® Replenishing Moisture Priming Leave-In Conditioner for the past few years to tame my dry curly locks and have been loving it.

Z Avatar

Drybar dry shampoo ONLY because I didn’t know Nirvana Bourbon was discontinuing until I couldn’t find it any more! lol. It was my absolute favorite for both the dry shampoo function and how good it smelled (rich. Not like some cheap ass drugstore fragrance or a heavy-handed sickly sweet cotton candy cloud, etc…).

I like Drybar’s Lush scent more than the original, but it’s never on sale and it’s just too expensive otherwise (for me. I don’t enjoy spending tons of money on hair). Sally’s has a fantastic generic dupe for the Drybar that smells better than the original scent, works better in my hair than the original formula, AND gives you more product for less money.

I tend to bounce around in haircare, almost never purchasing the same shampoo or stylers twice.

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