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6 shampoos for women that convince us

Curly hair, dry ends, a sensitive scalp or extremely fast greasing – every hair needs individual care. We reveal which shampoos we prefer to use to care for our hair.

"Schauma 7-Cräuter Shampoo" by Schwarzkopf.

Recommended by Anna-Lena, Editor Tikbow
In puncto Shampoo mache ich keine Experimente! Seit Jahren greife ich nur zum "Schauma 7-Cräuter Shampoo" by Schwarzkopf. (400ml, ca. 1 Euro). Der Grund: Das silikonfreie Shampoo ist gefühlt das einzige, das die Haare nicht unnötig weich macht und keinen extrem starken Duft hat. Stattdessen erfüllt es einfach seinen Zweck: Es reinigt und lässt die Haare danach nicht überpflegt wirken. Allerdings brauche ich danach immer eine Spülung für die Spitzen, weil die nach dem Waschen – diversen Blondierungsversuchen sei Dank – ziemlich trocken und nahezu unkämmbar sind. Da kann mein Lieblings-Shampoo alleine nichts ausrichten…

Wild Rose Baobab Shampoo by Pure97

Recommended by Daniela, Editorial Director Tikbow
I don’t stay loyal to any shampoo for long and like to change. For some time now, I have been using the "Wild Rose & Baobab Shampoo" from Pure97 (250ml, approx. 2.95 euros). It not only smells wonderful, but also leaves the hair smooth and soft. It comes completely without silicones and parabens and is 100 percent vegan.

"Alkaline Care Shampoo" by Siriderma

Recommended by Sabrina, Product & Business Manager
The "Alkaline Care Shampoo" from Siriderma (250 ml, about 14 euros) is my favorite, I got rid of annoying dandruff and unpleasantly itchy scalp in just a few weeks. The product is free of alcohol, kerosene, lanolin and other organic synthetic preservatives. The hair feels freshly washed for a long time and the subtle scent rounds off the shampoo perfectly for my taste.

Classic Care Shampoo" by Pantene Pro-V

After trying out new, often quite expensive shampoos over the past few months, I’ve come back to my perennial favorite: Pantene Pro-V’s Classic Care Shampoo (300ml/approx. 2.95 euros). It simply fulfills the purpose it is supposed to: It cleans hair and scalp well, the hair is soft and shiny afterwards and it smells good. 300ml costs around 3 euros.

"Long-term Volume" by Guhl

Recommended by Rita, Editor TECHBOOK
I have not been particularly faithful in the past when it comes to choosing my shampoo. But for some time now, I keep coming back to one product: the "Long-term Volume"shampoo from Guhl. The scent is difficult to describe, but smells really delicious – of summer and good mood. The scent lingers in the hair for a long time without being intrusive in any way, and the shampoo is also quite economical. I have very long, slightly wavy, fine hair – to find a product that neither weighs it down, nor leaves it too frizzy, is not so easy. But with Guhl I feel well taken care of and now also have the spülung and the styling spray of the series in the bathroom.

"Urban Anti-Point Recovery"-Shampoo from Bed Head by Tigi

Recommended by Annelie, copywriter myHOMEBOOK
I have been using the "Urban Anti-Point Recovery"-Shampoo from Bed Head by Tigi (250 ml/approx. 8 Euro) for a very long time and am very enthusiastic. Originally, my hairdresser recommended it to me, and indeed it is perfect for my fine hair. I use it together with the conditioner and hair mask, and since then my hair is not only much healthier, they also feel soft and well-groomed. The fruity scent still inspires me with every hair wash (and gives a little hairdresser feeling). Since you only need a small blob of the shampoo, the tube is very long even with daily hair washing.