Choosing the right shampoo makes a huge difference to how your hair looks. It lays the foundations for your haircare regime and everything else you put on top of it. The right shampoo will keep your hair and scalp in the best condition possible, so we’re going to look at some of the best new shampoos to help you find that elusive “perfect” shampoo.
Burt’s Bee Super Shiny Mango Shampoo
This all-natural shampoo contains no sulphites, so it’s gentle and the mango and avocado oils make it smell great. It’s designed to help reduce grease and frizz.
L’Occitane Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for sensitive scalp
This shampoo is designed to help itchy and inflamed scalps and its soothing formula does just that. It smells amazing and works exactly as it says it should. A great shampoo for people who suffer from dandruff.
Philip Kingsley Pure Silver Shampoo
Silver or purple shampoo is designed to stop naturally grey or lightened hair turning yellowish, so your colour looks better for longer. We’ve found this one to be among the best of the options available on the market, and its beautiful lavender fragrance is great too!
Aussie Miracle Repair Shampoo
I personally use Aussie shampoo, and everyone else who tried this one can’t get over how good it smells (the fragrance is kangaroo paw flower). This version is designed to help repair thin hair and split ends and it does that with aplomb.
Odylique Tea Tree and Herb Shampoo
This all-natural product is packed with coconut oil, tea tree, aloe, herbs and horsetail. It’s a great option for anyone looking for a natural alternative shampoo.
TIGI Bed Head Dumb Blonde Shampoo
This shampoo is formulated for use with coloured and chemically treated hair. Even after one wash, we noticed that coloured hair took on an extra depth and shine. The conditioning properties are salon quality too. A great option if you have coloured hair.
These are just some of the products on the market and as you know, there are thousands of shampoos. Trial and error will find you the right shampoo. You’ll know after a few uses whether it’s working for you.