Best Shampoo For Your Hair Type

Nothing is as unattractive as smelly hair or scalp with dandruff, and our mothers have steadily drummed that into our heads with the gruesome hours and method in which they washed our hair, scratching our scalps till they were free of dirt while putting our head in absurd and painful angles; bottom line is that your cannot be too clean.

  • Wavy
     Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Shampoo will give you the perfect base to your waves due to its lightweight clean. It also adds soft, touchable texture to the finest of hair types.
  • Red
    If you’re not a natural redhead,  the struggle of trying to keep that shade after each wash. Luckily, Davines’ Alchemic Shampoo in Red contains pigments to brighten up your hue each time you wash. If you’re a natural redhead, you can use this product too, it will just brighten your color.
  • Short
    While it is not advisable to wash hair everyday, there is product buildup from oils and creams; so choose a shampoo that will cleanse without stripping your hair of natural oils or leaving your scalp feeling dry.
  • Thick
    Thick hair can be a blessing and a problem sometimes as is the state of most african hairs. To get you to a more manageable state, preparation starts with cleansing and conditioning.
  • Color-Treated
    Firstly avoid washing your hair more than twice a week, since water aids quick color-fading. Use a color-safe shampoo . “Nexxus’ Color Assure.
  • Damaged
    For Damaged hair it is clear that a lot of chemicals from hair products got your hair to its present stage, som you might want to stick to 100% natural products to revive your hair.  New Wash by Hairstory.

  • Curly
    Everyone with curls knows that they need moisture, this shampoo from Ouidad is the solution. Packed with shine-enhancing vitamins and nourishing ingredients like chamomile and corn oil.
  • Textured
    If you’re looking for a clarifying shampoo for your textured strands, try Kinky-Curly Come Clean Shampoo, which is good to use just once every couple of weeks to get rid of product buildup; don’t overdo it or it will strip your strands of the natural oils they need.