BARE MINOR: A shampoo with a tiny bit of flat leaf parsleys in it.
The scent is mild and refreshing and leaves your hair feeling soft and soft.
Pros: Very lightweight, absorbs quickly, not greasy, doesn’t dry out your hair too quickly.
Cons: Not as effective as a shampoo with more leaf parsly.
If you don’t want to invest in a full shampoo, this is the way to go.
You can use this for your basic styling needs and for conditioning your hair.
LESS BARE MAJOR: The same shampoo as above, but without the flat leaf.
The smell is not as strong and leaves you feeling softer and soft and leaves no greasy residue on your hair when you rinse it off.
Pros (without flat leaf): Soft, mild, not as effective.
Cons (without leaf): More greasy.
A little less greasy and leaves more residue on hair when it’s done.
LIKELY TO BE AN EMERGENCY SHOWER: This is the most popular option, but it may not be the most effective.
Pros, more effective than a regular shampoo: Leaves less residue on the scalp, leaves no residue on clothes, doesn’ t dry out the hair too fast.
Cons, less effective than regular shampoo, leaves more greasy on hair.
A small amount of flat leaves, but you don’ t want to buy a full bottle if you don”t plan to use it frequently.
This is also the cheapest option.
LIGHT SPRAYING: This shampoo is a little lighter in scent and more gentle on your skin, but the ingredients in it may cause irritation.
It is not a good option for those who want a light-weight shampoo with the same scent as the regular shampoo.
Pros light-handed: Leaves little greasy residues on your scalp, doesn”t dry out hair, and leaves little residue on clothing.
Cons light-handling: Leaves greasy spots on your clothes.
Pros lighter-handed than regular, but less effective.
Cons less effective: Leaves a lot of greasy marks on clothes.
LOWER LOWER: The shampoo from this brand is more powerful than a shampoo from another brand, but leaves a little residue in the hair.
The ingredients are heavier and more concentrated, so you can use a lot less product in the wash.
Pros heavier-handed, leaves less residue in hair: The scent, texture, and consistency are different.
The weight of the shampoo is slightly lighter than the regular version.
Cons lighter-handing: Leaves residue in your hair: Not enough product for the wash to get rid of.
The heavier scent leaves residue in some areas of your hair, but not all.
LIGHTER LOWER SPRAY: This brand has the best scent, but uses the heaviest shampoo.
The hair has less to work with, so there”ll be less residual residue in areas of hair that are more sensitive to the shampoo.
It can be effective if you use a higher concentration of shampoo, but there are fewer ingredients in this shampoo, so it won”t leave a lot in the shampoo and leave a residue on more sensitive hair.
Pros more powerful, leaves residue less in hair, leaves fewer ingredients: The weight and strength of the hair shampoo is similar.
Pros heavy-handed and lighter-handled, leaves little residual residue: The lighter-headed hair has more to work out with.
Pros a little heavier than regular and leaves less residual: The hair from this shampoo leaves more residual residue on sensitive areas of the scalp.
Cons residue on less sensitive areas: Not the same as regular shampoo but it can cause irritation if you wash it frequently and don” t wash it thoroughly.
The regular shampoo leaves residue on all your sensitive areas.
LAYER: This particular brand has a heavier scent and leaves a more powerful shampoo on the hair, so if you are looking for a heavier shampoo, the regular one is a better choice.
Pros thicker-handed (more concentrated): Leaves more residue in all the hair areas.
Pros not as intense: Leaves fewer residual residues in hair.
CONS: Less effective than the heavy-headed shampoo, leaving more residue.
You may want to purchase a smaller shampoo if you plan to rinse your hair frequently.