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    Well, right now I use expensive Sebastian Shaper Color Survivor... It maintains my hair, but it doesn't feel nice or bounce. It just sits there, I mean it's healthy and all, but I am not satisfied.
    I have a reallllyyy thick head of hair (brown) and it is colored so it's hard to find good shampoos. Oh, and it gets knotted sooo easily.... I need to find something that will make my hair look pretty but keep my color in... any suggestions?




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    have you tried aveda products?
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      I use Redken Color Extend. My hair likes it well enough. Redken makes a product called Root Shot. It helps to lift your roots to give you more body. My hairdresser has started using Alterna products.

      The way I battle flat hair is by having my hairdresser cut it with long layers.

      Cuzcotopia started a thread about Hair prodcuts here. There might be some good suggestions there too.
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        Originally posted by DisneyMania!
        I have a reallllyyy thick head of hair (brown) and it is colored so it's hard to find good shampoos. Oh, and it gets knotted sooo easily.... I need to find something that will make my hair look pretty but keep my color in... any suggestions?
        Pantene Pro-V has a great spray-in conditioner that might help. It's to help your hair not to die/frizz and there is a color version of it. Although this new one is the best for helping with frizz. I swear by this product. You can tell when I don't put it on my hair or not enough of it..

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        • #5
          hair stuff

          To battle the frizzies, try using Straight Sexy Hair-or Shiny Sexy Hair...one of those "Sexy Hair" monikers, anyhooz, it's an aerosol spray that works wonders on thick hair that's also colored (I have the exact same deal). Not only does it make your hair nice and non-frizzy, but also reeeeally shiny and sleek. Check it out for sure!
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            Victoria and I have been using "Alterna" hair products. They are really quite good. They may not be easy to find and are a little pricey. I think they're exclusive to salons. Not grocery store stuff. Oh... they're made with hemp oil! We have happy hair! :lol: All kidding aside, they are really good.
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            • #7
              I ALWAYS use L'oreal's Color VIVE shampoo/conditioner when my hair's colored. Love that stuff.
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              • #8
                I would check out the Healthy Sexy hair line, its main ingredent is soy milk, love how it makes my hair feel.

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                  My hair is coloured, but ti's faded from the time I spend in the sun. It's also baby fine and gets frizzy/fly-aways. Right now I'm using L'Oreal's VIVE Smooth-Intense shampoo & conditioner. It's been helping calm my hair alot. I used to use TIGI's Bed Head line and absolutely LOVED it. When I can afford to use the pricier stuff again, I'm gonna switch back.

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                  • #10
                    a good (and cheap!) alternative to Tigi's Bed Head line is Beyond the Zone, available at Sally Beauty Supply. About the same quality, for around half the price. I love a good bargain!
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                    • #11
                      I have really really thick hair, colored too and what also seems to help me and people I work on at School (Cosmetology school) is trying a leave in conditioner at least once a week. It really helps with tangles. And before/ after styling use a frizz serum, (John Frieda is great) but don't use too much. If you go get your hair professionally done, talk to your stylist and ask her what you can do for your hair.

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