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Summer Essentials: Shampoo and Conditioner

If you are looking for convenience...
Try Herbal Essences Hello Hydration 2 in 1 Moisturizing Shampoo + Conditioner
Replenishes and refreshes hair, full of moisturizers that rinse clean, wit a fusion of orchid & coconut milk. Quick in and out in the shower, and the less time you spend on you hair, the more time you can spend living it up on your vacation!
$6.49 at

If you are looking for clarification...

Try VO5 Tea Therapy Clarifying Shampoo
Clarifying formula, formulated with a refreshing vanilla mint fragrance, while keeping color treated hair looking great! Love this!
$0.99 at

If you are looking to lighten your hair over the summer...
Try the Sheer Blonde Go Blonder line by John Frieda
Gradually lightens Blonde hair for your ideal, sun-kissed look all year long. Go-Blonder products, with Citrus and Chamomile, enhance your natural blonde hair, lightening for brighter blonde, softness and shine (for blonde or light hair only)
Lightening Shampoo - $6.49 at
Lightening Conditioner - $6.49
Controlled Lightening Spray - $9.99 at
Value pack of all three - on sale for $12.99 at

If you want to prevent Swimmers Hair...
Try Malibu 2000 Swimmers' Action Shampoo and Conditioner
Malibu 2000 Swimmers Water Action Wellness Shampoo and Conditioner is formulated with antioxidant vitamins and botanicals specifically for swimmers of all ages. 
It rids hair of salt and chlorine, so your hair doesn't turn green!
Shampoo - $9.99 at
Conditioner - $9.99 at

If you want added moisture...
Try the Fekkai Shea Butter Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner
Rich, creamy shampoo and conditioner, with shea butter, smoothes ultra-dry or unruly hair and leaves hair feeling moisturized.
Shampoo - $20.97 at
Conditioner - $20.97 at

If you want to be rid of frizz...
Try L'Oreal Ever Sleek Sulfate Free Intense Smoothing Haircare Regimen

For frizzy, unruly hair, with sunflower tournesol. It is sulfate, paraben & silicone free and contains natural botanicals & oils.
Shampoo - $5.99 at'oreal-eversleek-shampoo
Conditioner - $5.97 at
Frizz Taming Creme - $5.67 at
Value pack of all three - $17.01 at'Oreal-EverSleek-Bundle

Whatever you pick, I sugest transferring it into a travel bottle or buying a travel size for your trip.
Enjoy! :)
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