Perhaps another I am not aware of? It actually doesn’t last long....ooooor I get used to it. Follow Up question, how can I tell if a local beauty supply place is a licensed retailer? Price-wise, Oribe is a super splurge! These are not guaranteed by the company. I get all my stuff online, so I am not sure what usually sells at salons since i do a lot of home care. I love it. Even virgin hair can benefit from salon stuff. But what about individual beauty supply stores? Does one have better ingredients, or is it branding? This chain is big so I am assuming it is. You want to shop somewhere where the products move with regularity. If you think about it, report back when you try one of them and let us know how it worked for you. I really thought salon stuff was a scam. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Just my opinion but in no way can I verify this other than from my experience :), New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the HaircareScience community. Trying to find a 'splurge' type of hair product, it seems like Oribe is one of the favorites here but I see Pureology come up everywhere on other sites/forums. I have been using them for about two years now and cannot imagine how my hair would look without them. Press J to jump to the feed. I picked up Pureology just because my grocery store carries it! I am SO paranoid of receiving fake products so I always get mine at Ulta or my local salon. I've used their shampoo, conditioner and masque for beautiful color, and their dry texturizing spray (which works so well), for a few years (after using Sachajuan, which I also liked). You don’t need to pay Oribe prices ($50+ for shampoo but it smells amazing and the ingredients are very high quality), but certainly at least $1.50 per oz. If it's cost prohibitive to buy both shampoo and conditioner that are top notch, I would buy the conditioner. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. You don’t need to pay Oribe prices ($50+ for shampoo but it smells amazing and the ingredients are very high quality), but certainly at least $1.50 per oz. What ingredients am I looking for that are really good for hair? Personally I feel like expensive, quality conditioner/leaving conditioner has more of an impact. I have waist length, completely virgin hair for reference. EDIT: I really should have qualified this comment. I get products like Chi, Matrix Biolage and Pureology. Price-wise, Oribe is a super splurge! Salon brands are trusted by salon professionals to not only enhance the salon experience, but keep their work of art on your head in tip-top shape. They are most likely diluted/cut with filler, or very old/expired. There is a reason these products consistently sell even though they are pricey. Oribe Signature Shampoo I'm obsessed with this shampoo. From a licensed salon retailer, you can’t go wrong... hey thanks! You literally have NO idea why they are there for a discount price, but you get what you pay for... And for the love of all things holy, avoid direct sales/MLM products. For me, nothing comes close to Oribe. Wat. A 10 oz bottle of shampoo should cost you at least $15-$20 USD. And if not which beauty supply stores? No more frizz, fuzz, split ends, or tangles. 1 year ago. I'm okay with spending the money on something that isn't 99% going down the drain and my hair has really improved. For example, I'm trying to figure out if Sally's Beauty Supply is an authorized retailer. It leaves my hair smelling like expensive perfume. They are both salon-quality products, so in terms of function, they will be about equal. Avoid discount online retailers and the random salon products aisle in the grocery store. Oribe is bae though. I will say Oribe and similarly priced brands can be worth it for leave in products. I had no idea. I hope I'm not wasting my money! Hair is looking good now but I wonder if I should compare against some salon stuff... Do you have any specific brands would you recommend? I have tried Oribe Serene Scalp shampoo which exfoliates the scalp with salicylic acid and prefer that. Avoid drugstore brands because they contain the same active ingredients, just far less of them, with more filler that can leave build-up on your hair. YES Thank you for this. ONLY. My fav was discontinued and it took me a few years to find it's replacement. I’ve also tried Oribe Cleansing Cream which is a wonderful co-wash that I would probably use weekly and reduce shampooing to monthly. 2. Press J to jump to the feed. Keeping in mind everyone has different needs, is there an objective winner between the two? I started having the best hair days of my life when I invested in quality products. :), Why though. I’m talking salon-quality products from a licensed retailer (Ulta/Sephora, your salon, beauty supply, etc.) And Pureology has sooo many fans, it’s actually on my list to try soon! I’ve tried it in the salon and love love loved it! I suspect they were old or fake. I’ve tried it in the salon and love love loved it! Another thing to watch out for is an older salon, like dusty products that have been sitting on the shelf for a long time. My hair has never felt softer or been healthier. What’s so much better about the ingredients when I can find sulfate/silicone free stuff cheaper than salon-grade products. I do have their leave in conditioner and oooomph, what about Sally’s?? I’m shook I’ve never heard of this. The way my hair feels is like I just got a blow dry at the Salon. What are some of these active ingredients, and what can be considered filler? Why are some shampoos $3 while others are $30? I don’t care what bs the reps spew. 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