Doubts Discussion- Best Hair Care Range for Dry/Frizzy Hair

Posted on Apr 12 2015 - 10:00am by poonam

Doubts Discussion- Best Hair Care Range for Dry/Frizzy Hair

Hello Everyone,

I need your help today!! I am going through a bad hair phase and looking forward to replace my current Hair Care regime with something that can actually work on improving the texture of my hair, so that I can see a visible bounce and shine in my hay like hair.

Best Shampoo for Dry Frizzy Hair

  • There have few options that are doing the rounds in my head but I am not sure which one to pick up next because there is a huge confusion between the Herbal and Chemical ones, I am feeling so divided here.
  • Also, price is a major factor as the ones I am eying are definitely going to burn a hole in my pocket. I am done with the usual drugstore and want something good and efficient for my dry tresses.

I am really not able to decide about what next shampoo should I go for and hence calling “Reader’s Helpline” to share their experience and current hair care regime which they are happy with!

Anyways the options that are looking promising to me are:

  1. L’Oreal Professional Hair Spa Detoxifying Shampoo (Rs. 400 for 236 ml) – The salon range shampoo from L’Oreal. I haven’t tried any of these, so not sure what to expect from them but seems to be doing job fro dry hair ends.L'Oreal Professional Nourishing Hair Car range
  2. Schwarzkopf Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo (Rs 675 for 200 ml) – This one has been strongly recommended by my friend but the only case of concern here is it is not a herbal one. Though I am planning to buy this next!Scharwzkopf BC Fibre Force Hair Care Range
  3. Sebastian Professional Hydre Shampoo (Rs.1200 for 250ml) – It is also a Salon range shampoo, available in Affinity salons but I don’t have one nearby my place. The range seems to do wonders for dry hair but again it is loaded with chemicalsSebastian Professional hydre Hair Care Range
  4. Kiehl’s Superbly Smoothing Argan Shampoo (Rs. 1390 for 250ml) – Another luxury product for hair but form Kiehl’s. I have read some amazing reviews about Kiehl’s skin care range but owing to their prices, never got a chance to try them though the shampoo looks really good for dry tresses!Kiehl's Superbly Smooth Hair Car range
  5. Macadamia Oil Rejuvenating shampoo (Rs 1260 for 300 ml) and Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque (Rs 900 for 97ml) – This one is truly like a luxury treatment for my dry tresses. The more I am reading about this, the more I am tempted to buy it. All natural, with a large amount of herbal oils leaving hair smooth, shiny, bouncy and what not! I really want to have the whole range with me. Also, Macadamia range is not easily available in India other than and may be few other shopping portals.Macadamia Hair Noursihing Hair Car range

Okay, this is my wish list of shampoos/haircare products that I am planning to get for my dry frizzy hair but which one to start with. Any input or feedback on the products will be much appreciated and would be passing flying kisses 😉

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18 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Shailja@BeABrideEverydayApril 12, 2015 at 12:11 PM - Reply

    Even I am planning to go with Schwarzkopf Bonacure next, though it may not even be a tiny bit close to nature 🙂

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:56 PM - Reply

      yeahh.. they are not herbal but i really want to try something from salon range that actually works on my hair 😛

  2. Ritu RawatApril 12, 2015 at 4:02 PM - Reply

    Absolute repair masque by loreal worked very well to calm down my frizzy hair. Buy one tub and you’re set for 6 months easy

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:59 PM - Reply

      Thanks for recco Ritu..adding that in my wishlist as well…

      You use it as a conditioner or a hair mask? As i am pretty lazy with masks i might end up using it as conditioner only! 😛

  3. laksApril 12, 2015 at 4:32 PM - Reply

    i’m currently using L’Oreals. Macadamias is my next buy 😀

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:55 PM - Reply

      I am yet to try l’oreal but I fear if i go back to them after macadamia.. so keeping the best for the last 😉

  4. swatiApril 12, 2015 at 9:08 PM - Reply

    I have only used Macadamia amongst these and I love that 🙂

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:54 PM - Reply

      Thats amazing dear. I have that in my wishlist and cant wait to haul the whole range 😉

      Where did u buy these from?

  5. AltheaApril 12, 2015 at 10:02 PM - Reply

    i too have dry frizzy hair, personally drugstore wise only dove & tresemme have worked for me

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 6:21 PM - Reply

      Dove didnt worked for me but Tresemme was quite nice.. I liked it smooth and shine version!!

      Now I want to switch to one of the Salon professional range! 😀

  6. Preethy@PrettykoollApril 12, 2015 at 10:18 PM - Reply

    I had very dry hair and tried different options, one of them was macadamia conditioner that did not work out at all for me and think it will work when used with its range of shampoo. The shampoo that I worked well for my dry hair is The Body Shop Rainforest moisture shampoo and it works best when I have oiled my hair for atleast 30 minutes – 1 hour. Bringadi oil from kama ayurveda works well for dry hair and this combo makes my hair healthy and gives a natural shine, but does not give the super shiny sleek look that the silicone based ones gives, but my hair is much better in quality with the less chemical laded options. I am planning to buy the TBS rainforest hair butter as I do not get time to oil my hair always and the rainforest conditioner is a complete dud, did not work.

    • poonamApril 16, 2015 at 11:45 AM - Reply

      Hey Preethy.. ahh thats bad that the conditioner alone didnt worked well or you… At the price tag I expect it to work with any shampoo..

      I have used that TBS shampoo and it did work well for my dry tresses but now i want to try something else.. problem of a bblogger you know 😛 ..
      I got few samples of bringadi oil with me.. now i will use them and see if they work for my dry tresses.

      The TBS hair butter is amazing you must try it.. it makes hair smooth shiny and just so lovelyy!! <3.. ahh i was saved i opted for TBS hair butter than conditioner 😉

  7. LanaApril 13, 2015 at 2:02 AM - Reply

    Nice list dear! I’m intrigued by the Kiehls shampoo, I hope its as good as their other products

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:51 PM - Reply

      kiehl’s one sounds so nourishing no.. Never tried their products but would love to start with this 😀

  8. DollieApril 13, 2015 at 7:03 AM - Reply

    Try the Om Ved shampoo. I’m speaking from personal experience since it has really worked beautifully for my hair. Haven’t tried their conditioners yet but heard they are great.
    Also try the Rusk Sensories Wellness Bedew deep conditioning treatment. I use it mostly as a normal conditioner and it is fabulous. Both of these have really helped my dry frizzy hair.
    And yes, most importantly, I stopped using chemical colours for my greatly and went back to henna + indigo.

    • poonamApril 16, 2015 at 11:27 AM - Reply

      Hey Dollie.. Never thought of adding Omved shampoos but thanks for recco I would surely be giving them a try. I will get a shmpoo +conditioner combo now.. so convinced now 😉

      Never heard of this brand but if you recoomend I am going to look for it and buy it !! 😀

      I dont color my hair as of now .. but Heena does help in improving the texture of teh hair..

  9. anubhutiApril 15, 2015 at 2:25 PM - Reply

    sebastian range is good, you can purchase it from…loreal spa salon range is also great.. 🙂

    • poonamApril 15, 2015 at 5:46 PM - Reply

      Thanks for recco dear.. never tried that range but adding to my wishlist!! 😀
      mm.. l’oreal spa sounds luxxury need to check that out.. 🙂

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