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Thursday, January 22, 2009

More Hair Drama.

I had my hair cut Mon. and as my hairdresser was shampooing my hair she said she was using a clarifying shampoo because I had a lot of spray and conditioner build up. When I left she sold me a bottle of the clarifying shampoo telling me to use it once a week. It was quite expensive . Now my question is wouldn't a strong shampoo like Prell do the same thing? A friend told me Prell is much harsher. Any opinions out there?

4 comments:

PS (PSanafter-thought) said...

Quite often the expensive salon shampoos are almost as ecconomical because you have to use so little. I've used the clarifying shampoo by Redken. It is gentle. My hairdresser says that the hair people say to use Prell when a person colors her hair and gets a bad color. Prell is supposed to take the color out.

Judy said...

I would go with your hairdressers advice. Even tho it's more expensive you use less therefore you save money and it's much better for your hair.

black bear cabin said...

i think any time you change shampoos it helps reduce build-up. but some shampoos tend to "strip" more than others. Personally, i like to change my shampoos often...i get bored with the scent after a while :) But other than that...how do you like your new do? :)

Perry said...

I think the good shampoos are worth the money. They don't seem to do as much damage as the cheaper ones.