Cleansing Oil Conditioner Radiance Softening Perfector Airy Touch, Shu Uemura Art of Hair
Since I’ve decided to grow my hair out, I’ve been using this stuff which detangles, replenishes shine and doesn’t leave my fine hair flat. And unlike most conditioners, this one rinses out easily without leaving a greasy film. Oh, did I mention it smells absolutely divine? Courtesy of mandarin, yuzu, cedar wood, sage and musk.
Chronologiste Revitalizing Shampoo, Kérastase
This is what I call my utterly luxurious shampoo that I reach for when I feel like pampering my locks. Classified as a do-it-all anti-ageing shampoo, it is packed with vitamins, ceramides and regenerating actives to revive lacklustre locks.
Full Impact Bodifying Shampoo, Redken For Men
Yes, it is intended for men. But this supercharged formula is extremely effective in deep cleansing hair and scalp to eliminate excess oils and product build-up and leaves my scalp squeaky clean. Dry and sensitive scalps might find this a tad too harsh for everyday use so I switch up my routine with this about once a week.
Serioxyl Clarifying Shampoo for Natural, Noticeably Thinning Hair, L’Oréal Professionnel
My scalp is prone to oiliness and I’ve starting to notice more hair fall each time I wash or comb my hair in the recent months. And that’s why I hurriedly broke this out of my stash and started using this, and so far I like it. It smells clinical so don’t expect a spa-like ritual, but it does contain leave my scalp fresh and light.
Dercos Dermo Soothing Shampoo, Vichy
Thanks for the frequent heat styling and my persistence in maintaining my coloured locks, irritated scalp has become something I frequently have to deal with. And whenever it flares up, I turn to this. Its low-foaming formula is extra gentle and helps soothe, protect and strengthened itching or stinging scalp.