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Best Budget Shampoos

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It’s a haircare necessity, and whether you need a frizz-reducing formula or curl-defining cream, you needn’t spend a fortune to find a shampoo that works for you. We went to the experts to find out the best affordable shampoos to stock up on now…

Anti-Residue Shampoo, £8.95 | Neutrogena

BEST FOR: FINE HAIR
“Use this shampoo once per week to remove product build-up and promote natural shine. It works a dream on finer hair types, too – there’s a reason it has been a cult product for years.” – Craig Taylor, Creative Director at Hari’s

Ultimate Blends Sleek Restorer Shampoo, £3 | Garnier

BEST FOR: CONTROLING FRIZZ
“A great option if you have a sensitive scalp but don’t want to go down the natural route, this shampoo delivers a real moisture hit thanks to coconut oil and cocoa butter, helping to control frizz.” – Shona Bain, senior colourist at Hershesons

Elvive Colour Protect Caring Shampoo, £2.50 | L'Oréal

BEST FOR: COLOURED HAIR
"The ultimate affordable shampoo for coloured hair, this high-tech product works wonders to keeps your colour for longer and super shiny, too.” – Shona Bain, senior colourist at Hershesons

Elvive Fibrology Thickening Shampoo, £2.99 | L'Oréal

BEST FOR: VOLUME
“This is an exceptional shampoo and great value for money for such quality – it really penetrates the hair fibre to expand the shaft and gives an immediate volumised effect.” – Jack Merrick-Thirlway, senior stylist at Neville Hair & Beauty

Beach Blonde Cool Dip Purifying Shampoo, £5.99 | John Frieda

BEST FOR: CLARIFYING
“Whether you’re blonde or not, hair can start to look dull from daily dirt and product build-up; this cleansing shampoo is packed with mint and seaweed to leave hair with a beachy, tousled but soft texture.” – Sean Nother, stylist at Hershesons

Ultimate Blends Strength Restorer Shampoo, £4.49 | Garnier

BEST FOR: ALL HAIR TYPES
“This affordable brand gets my vote every time – the whole range has been cleverly thought out and labelled, making it easy to choose the right formula for your hair type. They all smell amazing and come in at less than £5.” – Kala Kilshaw, Creative Director at EGO Professional

Moisturising Aloe Vera Shampoo, £6.99 | Jason

BEST FOR: SULPHATE-FREE
“I really rate this entire range – the aloe vera shampoo is a natural, sulphate-free product that really works and leaves hair feeling soft and healthy. You can find Jason in health food stores and Holland & Barrett.” – Shona Bain, senior colourist at Hershesons

A Touch Of Silver Brightening Shampoo, £2.09 | Pro:Voke

BEST FOR: BRIGHTENING
“A brilliant hair brightener, this shampoo helps neutralise yellow or brassy tones, making it ideal for blondes. It has an active violet pigment, so be sure not to leave it on too long.” – Craig Taylor, Creative Director at Hari’s

 

 

 

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