Do You Really Need to Switch Shampoos for Healthier Looking Hair?

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You’ve heard it before: It’s important to switch up your hair products every so often to achieve that continuous volume and shine. So when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and notice you’re sporting limp, greasy locks when you washed your hair less than 24 hours ago, you start to think: Could it be true? Has my shampoo soul mate let me down after all this time?

Don’t turn your back on your favorite bottled shampoo too fast, say experts. “It’s a myth that hair gets immune to shampoo,” says Shannel Mariano, of latest-hairstyles.com. “When you’re experiencing buildup or dryness, it’s usually because you’re using the wrong shampoo for your hair at that time—not because the formula all of a sudden stops working for you.”

Find the Root Cause of Your Limp Strands

Before you toss your go-to shampoo in the wastebasket, consider what really is to blame. Everyone’s hair is different—and using the wrong shampoo for your hair type could cause things to go haywire. If you’re a curly girl, you should reach for a shampoo that helps with curl retention, while those with dry or damaged strands should stick with one that heavily moisturizes, fore example, says Paul Labrecque, hairstylist and owner of Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa in New York City.

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Do You Really Need to Switch Shampoos for Healthier-Looking Hair?

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