AsiaMs Asian Beauty
Beauty / Makeovers / Skin / Hair / Health / Career / Goldsea.com
contact usaa forum


Inside
SCOOP

Best shampoos for Asian Hair.

Today's hair is about looking fresh and clean. We tried over 50 brands to test for gentle cleansing that leaves behind shiny and volumy hair.




ASIAMS.NET | CONTACT US

© 1999-2009 AsiaMs.Net
No part of the contents of this site may be reproduced without prior written permission.

Off-the-Shelf
VS
Designer

SHAMPOOS

Interview with Philip B with Philip B Botanical Hair Care
in Beverly Hills.

Q: What makes shampoos perform differently?
A: Ingredients used to formulate is what makes each shampoo to perform differently.

Q: What determines the price?
A: Ingredients. It depends on what the costs of particular extracts are. Pro-vitamin, for example, is inexpensive, while pure plant extracts are very costly.

Q: What should Asian women watch out for?
A: Asian women should use products that are light and contain natural ingredients because they tend to have heavier, straighter hair. Deep cleansing shampoos are good too. If you want volume, do not use conditioner on the top of the head. Likewise, if you want to calm the volume, apply conditioner all over the hair to help weigh down fly-aways.

Q: What's useless for us?
A: Straightening balm.

Cali Oliva Shampoo: The olive oil based shampoo is luxuriously scented.

Fudge Shampoo: Bubblegum scented, purple gel cleans gently.

Pantene Pro-V: Women's favorite drugstore brand.

Philip B Scent of Santa Fe Shampoo: Contains 10% of pure plant extract. The herb scented formula heaves hair hydrated, lustrous and volumy for days.

Pert: Men's favorite drugstore brand.

Terax Original Shamp Latte: Formulated with milk protein to produce a strong clarifying effect, Terax shampoos are devoid of detergent. Leaves hair extremely soft and deeply cleansed. Great for swimmers too.





ASIAMS.NET | CONTACT US

© 1999-2009 AsiaMs.Net
No part of the contents of this site may be reproduced without prior written permission.