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Shine!!

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Category: Hair Talk
Forum Name: General Hair Talk
Forum Description: A free wheeling discussion of hair related topics.
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Printed Date: October 22 2021 at 2:35pm


Topic: Shine!!
Posted By: _thumbelina_
Subject: Shine!!
Date Posted: October 31 2005 at 11:21am
I've been using my straightners for a little while now (ghd's <3) and I've noticed my hairs losing it's shine a bit. I use heat protection spray which is great but i wondered if you guys know about any other products that you can spray on to make it more shiny, or anything else that might help? Thanks

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"You were the movie of my life, starring you instead of me"



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Posted By: AnaisSatin
Date Posted: November 01 2005 at 4:36pm

Hi Thumbelina

At least four things can affect shine.

  • Silicone conditioners, "defrizzer" sprays, and "shine serums" can increase shine by coating the hair strand in a polymer (plastic). Silicone conditioners include L'Oreal, Garnier, Pantene, and Herbal Essences. Their ingredients will include ingredients that end in "cone", "conol", or "siloxane". Silicones are not for everyone. More information can be found http://talk.hairboutique.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=30010&PN=1 - here .
  • Rough outer surface of the hair. Multiple instances of hair dye or perms can cause the surface of the hairs to be roughened, so the hair doesn't reflect light evenly.
  • Dryness due to regular use of heat tools.
  • Mineral or product buildup. This can be remedied with a "clarifying shampoo" or a http://talk.hairboutique.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=30269&KW=vinegar - vinegar rinse . More information on clarifying can be found http://anaissatin.freespaces.com/clarifying.html - here .

Hope this helps you!

Hugs,

Anais



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Posted By: KellyH
Date Posted: November 01 2005 at 7:42pm
Shine products are awesome! Everyone should use them.....I use got2b Dazzling Shine Spray. For the volume vs cost.....it's extremely cost effective.


Posted By: _thumbelina_
Date Posted: November 02 2005 at 5:16pm

Thanks for the advice It probably is just an over use of straighteners! I'll try out a different conditioner, and look around for some of that Got2b Dazzling shine spray

Thanks again!



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"You were the movie of my life, starring you instead of me"


Posted By: Kuroneko
Date Posted: November 06 2005 at 11:22pm
I thought my hair was getting less shiny lately, but a few days ago I used a shampoo and conditioner that I hadn't used in a while, and my hair was shiny again.  So maybe try a new shampoo, or one you haven't used in a while, and see if that helps?

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More awesome than a manatee!


Posted By: Tinkerbelle
Date Posted: November 06 2005 at 11:46pm
I love Redken Vinyla Glam SHine spray.  It is great stuff!

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