The Best Shampoo for You
Healthy, manageable hair begins in the shower–and there may be a chance you’re using the wrong shampoo for you. Let’s see:
The biggest concern here is that anything you put in your hair will weigh it down. But there’s a shampoo solution.
Try: Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Lemon Sage Thickening Shampoo. This will give your hair a bit of lift during the shampooing stage, plus removes excess oils that may be weighing it down.
Kinky curls or coils
Only the gentlest shampoos should be used on this sometimes-hard-to-manage hair type.
Try: Paul Mitchell Spring Loaded Frizz-Fighting Shampoo gently cleanses without roughing up the cuticle. The healthier the cuticle, the healthier your hair will be.
Taming frizzy hair begins with a sulfate-free, gentle cleansing shampoo. This is important because it means less agitation and friction for the hair cuticle. Frizzy hair also needs balanced moisture to help tame it down.
Try: Give the gentle Redken Curvaceous Shampoo a shot. It replenishes the strands and helps repair dry, brittle hair.
You know that feeling when you leave the salon and think, “I hope my hair color looks this great in four weeks?" The right shampoo can maintain that vibrancy and shine until your next Supercuts visit.
Try: Redken Color Extend Magnetics Shampoo. Always use a sulfate-free shampoo on your color-treated hair, and try not to over-wash it. One way to help this is with a dry shampoo. Ask your stylist what will work best for you.
One part invigorating. One part relaxing.
The Tea Tree Experience™ is a refreshing shampoo-and-conditioning treatment that uses the tingle-inducing Paul Mitchell Tea Tree products. It's something you definitely need to try. Ask for it the next time you're at Supercuts.