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I just dyed my hair a reddish brown & want to get recommendations for good, affordable color safe shampoo. Redken? John Frieda? Matrix? What's the best for the price?

PS. I'll post a pic once I wash my hair, lol! The stylist said to wait to wash until Monday, so right now I've got nasty hair full of product. But I'll wash tomorrow before work & will post a nice picture. I like the new color; it's fun!

 
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Yay, can't wait to see pics. I recommend John Frieda's line. I really like it. Also, Pantene just came out with a new color line so I would check those out too.

 
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are you looking for a color deposit shampoo/conditioner? 'caus as far as I know, neither JF nor Pantene are color deposit. color deposit shampoos also tend to be more drying, so many people just use conditioners. I know that aveda's personal blends conditioner is really good. I use the quantum shampoo from sally's, and I like it.

 

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I was told that any shampoo without sodium laureth sulfate is color safe. It's the SLS that affects the color. It's just hard to find a shampoo that doesn't have SLS in it. I've heard great things about Matrix and also John Frieda but I haven't personally tried either line. They do have SLS in them though.

 
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just don't use prell that stuff strips color like no tomorrow. a friend was told to use it after she got her hair done and she didn't like how it turned out and she said it stripped out the color pretty quickly.

 
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Matrix's new line "Color.Smart" is really nice!! Helps keep color vibrant and long lasting
A lot of people I know really like this, and it came highly recommended at the hair show I went to!

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Thanks ladies!

I ended up going with John Frieda's Radiant Red shampoo & conditioner. Will post pics tomorrow!



 
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Originally Posted by Joyeuux Thanks ladies!
I ended up going with John Frieda's Radiant Red shampoo & conditioner. Will post pics tomorrow!



Can't wait to see them!!!!!
 
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Originally Posted by NYAngel98 Can't wait to see them!!!!! Me too!
 
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What about a shampoo & conditioner for highlights? I have a light to medium base with some gold and baby blonde highlights. Any recommendations? I don't want the h/ls to get brassy.

 
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Originally Posted by Joyeuux Will post pics tomorrow!
Well Well well??? !!!!
post!
 
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Originally Posted by Sofia What about a shampoo & conditioner for highlights? I have a light to medium base with some gold and baby blonde highlights. Any recommendations? I don't want the h/ls to get brassy. I would try the John Freida Beach blonde lines... they are really great on blonde hair
 
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Thanks Janelle. I've always used ArTec when I'd get highlights, but really wasn't satisfied. One more trip to the store for me...

 
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Originally Posted by NYAngel98 Well Well well??? !!!!
post! Oh yea, sorry, lol!!
So Janelle... any suggestions on a new haircut? I think I need some layers! I had the idea to cut it in an angled bob but am not sure if that'll look strange since I have a round face.
Any ideas?

Now that I'm looking at these pics, the red doesn't really show.
It's more subtle -- you see the red when light hits it.





 
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Originally Posted by Joyeuux Oh yea, sorry, lol!!
So Janelle... any suggestions on a new haircut? I think I need some layers! I had the idea to cut it in an angled bob but am not sure if that'll look strange since I have a round face.
Any ideas?

Now that I'm looking at these pics, the red doesn't really show.
It's more subtle -- you see the red when light hits it.

Oh it looks good!!! I see the red! I would just get some layers & face framing angles that start just under your chin and go down from there... how long is your hair now? It looks like it's shoulder length from the pics?
 

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Ooh! You look great! I love the color! Very pretty!

 
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Thanks guys!!


Yes, my hair is currently shoulder length. What do you mean by face framing angles Janelle?

 

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