Buying shampoo can be intimidating. Gazing at the shelves and shelves full of different brands, styles, colors, scents and types, I get a little overwhelmed. How is one person supposed to make such a life-changing decision? But after chatting with a hairdresser after my last haircut, I learned that the type of shampoo you use is actually pretty important. It makes the difference between dull, lifeless hair and the bouncy, shiny hair of your dreams (yes, really). So next time you run out of shampoo, try one of these new types on your hair instead!
Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Shampoo, Sephora – $31
If your hair is damaged, dried out from the cold air or simply needs some hydration, go for this Bumble and Bumble shampoo from Sephora. It is made with sweet almond oil, grape seed oil and safflower seed oil to condition, soften and add shine to dry hair. It also helps to soften and detangle hair, without weighing it down! It’s the lightweight, moisturizing shampoo of your dreams. Simply massage a quarter-sized amount into your hair and scalp and rinse.
Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo, Ulta – $14
Sometimes, our hair is flat because it is overweighed from natural oils and all the product we use in it every day. If that’s the case, use this tea tree shampoo! It works to rid hair impurities and leave it glowing and renewed. It uses natural tea tree oil, peppermint and lavender to wake up the scalp – and it also leaves your hair smelling like a Christmas tree!
R+Co Dallas Biotin Thickening Shampoo, Neiman Marcus – $26
Looking for longer or thicker hair? Use the R+Co Dallas Biotin shampoo, made with vitamins and antioxidants to support hair growth. This shampoo is formulated with moringa seed extract, artichoke leaf extract and golden root extract among other things to protect hair against damage and give it that bouncy hair that we all love here in the south!
Book a Hair Appointment at Grand Spa, Starting at $45
Still not sure which shampoo is best for you? Visit Grand Spa for a shampoo blow out ($45) or a cut and style ($50) and talk to the hairdresser about what type would work best for your specific hair. Then, you can leave the salon looking your best – and be able to recreate the same look at home!