It depends on the brand. I've been talked into purchasing expensive brands before while I was at the Hairdressers. Some of them I didn't like. But I also purchase the 'medium' cost Shampoo's from a specialty store and find them good. I have bleached blonde hair, so I look for a Shampoo with purple tones, to keep the yellow away. This kind of Shampoo is not often easy to purchase at the local Supermarket. I also find while I might pay a little more for it, it seems to last a lot longer, because you only need to use a small amount at a time. So it probably works out the same price as regularly buying a cheaper brand from the Supermarket.
by StricktlyDating 4 years ago
Designer brand handbags. Are they worth the cost?I appreciate luxury, but some of the true Designer Brand handbags almost cost as much as a small car!
by Michael S. 6 years ago
Do you think college degrees are worth the cost and economy right now? Any worthy alternatives?
by gcolefam1 7 years ago
Is gender role equality worth the cost it has on our society or have we gone to far?
by Donna Cosmato 7 years ago
Is a home inspection really worth the cost?
by jenubouka 5 years ago
I keep seeing the infomercials for WEN hair products that claim not to contain sulfates. I have heard mixed reviews about the hair system. Some say it leaves their hair feeling greasy while others swear by it. I though about ordering it although they want to keep resending the...
by Paula 5 years ago
Can you recommend some good dog shampoos? My dog has itchy skin, not due to fleas.My dog seems to have very sensitive skin, and itches a lot during these summer months. I give her a bath with human shampoo, as that is all I have. It is making me think she has a problem with it, even...
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