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Shampoo

  1. recommended by experts
    The Best Shampoos for Color-Treated Hair, According to HairstylistsIncluding options for blondes, brunettes, and redheads.
  2. recommended by experts
    The Best Shampoos and Products for Thinning Hair, According to Hairstylists“It’s hands down what I would recommend to anyone with thinning hair.”
  3. recommended by experts
    The Best Shampoo for Dry Hair, According to HairstylistsIncluding specific picks for curly, fine, and chemically treated hair.
  4. recommended by experts
    The Best Shampoos for Fine Hair, According to HairstylistsWith specific picks for voluming, texturizing, moisturizing, and more.
  5. my hobbies include skin-care
    I Tried Four Dry Shampoos and None Held a Candle to My Favorite Regular ShampoosDry shampoo is a pain in the ass, so I’m sticking to the basics.
  6. hairy situations
    The Best Dandruff Shampoos for Every Kind of HairFrom curls to color-treated.
  7. sales sales sales
    Extremely Culty Hairstory New Wash Is 30 Percent Off at Amazon Right NowBoth the new Rich and Deep New Washes are just $35.
  8. deep cleansing on a dime
    Pantene Is Making Charcoal ShampooThe Pro-V collection is a budget-friendly way to test out the detoxifying properties of charcoal
  9. hairy situations
    A Hair-Care Line That Will Make Your Dye Job Last LongerIt starts with a trip to the salon.
  10. obsessive tester
    I Found the Best Shampoo for Dry HairAfter rigorous testing.
  11. best bets
    A Women’s-Suit Startup, Tortoiseshell Homewares, and a Shampoo Showroom in SohoWhat’s new in New York stores.
  12. skin deep
    You Can Now Know Exactly What’s in Your Pantene Shampoo“Alexa, Google this ingredient I can’t pronounce.”
  13. obsessive tester
    The Best and Worst Luxury and Drugstore Volume ShampoosHere’s the drugstore shampoo that outperformed the rest.
  14. lunchtime beauty
    My New Favorite Shampoo Keeps My Hair Clean for 4 DaysA fancy new French shampoo that kills the need for dry shampoo.
  15. what to stream now
    Where to Stream Carrie Fisher’s Best Non–Star Wars WorkFisher may be best known as Princess Leia, but her legacy goes far beyond Star Wars
  16. year in review 2016
    The Best Beauty Products of 2016The best wave spray, a game-changing hair dryer, and more.
  17. hairy situations
    The $5 Trick From the World’s Most Expensive HairstylistA new shampoo technique that’s super easy and cheap.
  18. lunchtime beauty
    A Drugstore Dry Shampoo That Really WorksAn inexpensive excuse to be a little bit lazy. 
  19. best bet
    The Best Shampoo to Purify Your HairLike green juice in shampoo form. 
  20. lab rat
    A Bargain Shampoo That Cleanses Like a ProYour hair will feel clean, but not stripped.
  21. best bet
    The Best Shampoo for Your Highlight AddictionFor when your hair is thirstier than a paper towel.
  22. best bet
    Justin Bieber Uses a Fancy, Magical ShampooMade, of course, from crushed pearls. 
  23. the way we were
    Lee Grant Memoir Excerpt: ShampooShe couldn’t resist the charms of her co-star, and won an Oscar in the process.
  24. A Commercial for Floral Essentials Shampoo, Based on the Bestselling […]I used to think that raising my three boys was a handful. They would keep me on my toes all day, so I didn’t always have time to worry about my […]
  25. hairy situations
    Meet R + Co, the Captain Planet-Like Fashion Hair CollectiveDeath Valley is now something your hair can smell like.
  26. shine bright like a diamond
    Do Diamonds in Beauty Products Actually Offer Any Benefits? And most important, are they worth the hype? 
  27. best bet
    Best Bet: Redken Diamond Oil Shampoo and ConditionerDiamonds on your hair to match the diamonds on your neck.
  28. stating the obvious
    Justin Theroux Is Taking Jennifer Aniston’s Hair ProductsNot on purpose, mind you. 
  29. beer me
    Dude! Beer Is Good for Your Hair and BodyWhen applied externally.
  30. Daily Backstage Beauty Q: Will You Wash Your Hair Tonight?The models definitely will. Everyone else? Not a priority.
  31. loose threads
    Gucci Is More Menkes Than Horyn; Scientists Save Your Tights!• Cathy Horyn thinks diversity on the runway is really important, especially since emerging markets like Russia, China, and Brazil are quickly becoming significant consumers of designer clothes. Horyn also writes of the Gucci collection, “It’s clear we can’t expect world-creating fashion from Frida Giannini.” Ouch. [NYT]