I'm a hairstylist – the cheap and popular drugstore products I rate & which ruin your hair, including one from L'OrealJune 1, 2022
TAKE better care of your hair.
Licensed hairstylist Sabrina Shick posted a video revealing the drugstore products you can use and which you should avoid.
L'Oreal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths No Haircut Cream Leave-In Conditioner
First, Shick said to avoid the L'Oreal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths No Haircut Cream Leave-In Conditioner which costs about $6.
This product claims to seal and repair damaged, split ends, but the hairstylist says otherwise.
"Split ends can not be 'mended,'" she said.
"They need to be cut off."
Pantene Nutrient Blends Miracle Moisture Boost Rose Water Shampoo for Dry Hair
The next product Shick said 'no' to is the $7 Pantene Nutrient Blends Miracle Moisture Boost Rose Water Shampoo for Dry Hair.
This shampoo claims that it's "sulfate-free" and will help hydrate your dry damaged hair.
On the other hand, the hair expert disagreed.
"All of these 'sulfate-free' drugstore products do not have sulfates, but they're loaded with sodiums instead which dry the f*** out of your hair."
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In addition to this, she suggested avoiding any Pantene products.
Speaking of TREsemmé products, the stylist said "please no."
"I'd literally use battery acid before TREsemmé."
The stylist even feels the same about using aussie products.
Hask Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo + Conditioner
Shick approves of the $10 Hask Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo + Conditioner.
"YES, YES," SHE SAID.
"HASK is an underappreciated queen."
This shampoo and conditioner set is great for "all hair types, color-safe, gluten-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, and cruelty-free."
SheaMoisture Curl and Shine Coconut Shampoo for Curly Hair Coconut and Hibiscus
Another 'yes' from Shick is the $10 SheaMoisture Curl and Shine Coconut Shampoo for Curly Hair Coconut and Hibiscus.
"YES O. M. G. YES," she said.
"SheaMoisture is affordable and uses high-quality ingredients."
Shick also recommended that curly-haired viewers use this line as she said it's "great for my curly people."
A big 'no' on her list was the Shimmer Lights purple shampoo which costs about $10.
"Worst purple shampoo out there," she said.
Instead, she suggested using the Fanola No Yellow Shampoo for just about $9.
Herbal Essences Products
"Smells great but no," she said.
Shick claims that Herbal Essences hair products are also full of hidden sulfates and parabens.
Hairitage Outta My Hair Gentle Daily Moisturizing Shampoo with Jojoba Oil
Another 'yes' on her list was the Hairitage Outta My Hair Gentle Daily Moisturizing Shampoo with Jojoba Oil.
Not only is it vegan and cruelty-free, but for just under $9 it will "cleanse hair of impurities and excess oils without stripping it."
WOW Skin Science Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo
"We love an all-natural queen," said Shick.
She approves of the $17 WOW Skin Science Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo to help with thinning hair, hair loss, and even dandruff.
Hask Argan Oil Repairing Deep Conditioner Packette
The hairstylist urges viewers to use the $3 Hask Argan Oil Repairing Deep Conditioner Packettes.
"Do not sleep on these hair masks," she said.
"Use them once a week."
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Another licensed hairdresser said: "The reason [these products] feel so good is because they're coating your hair with silicone."
"The silicone makes it appear shiny and healthy but over time causes more fall out and dryness."
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