Not all shampoos are created equal. Take notice of your hair: Is it curly? Dry? Thinning? Whatever kind of hair you have should dictate the shampoo you're using to wash it. This will help emphasize the parts of your hair that are great, and deemphasize the parts you want to keep muted. Here's where to start.
1| American Crew Daily Shampoo
If you're generally free of hair-related issues (no frizzing, thinning, etc.) and just need a good wash, American Crew's simple daily formula is a great pick.
2| Dove Men+ Care Anti-Dandruff 2-in-1 Shampoo
Dove Men+ Care does a great job of zoning in on common problems. Here, a start to solving your dandruff issues.
3| Verb Hydrating Shampoo
If your hair leans on the dry side, a shampoo with hydrating ingredients can help it get smooth.
4| Aesop Calming Shampoo
Aesop doesn't do excess, which makes shopping for grooming needs more enjoyable than stressful. This calming shampoo is for scalp that tends to be itchy, whether from dandruff or dryness.
5| Redken Invigorating Shampoo
Any grooming products with mint elements feel super refreshing. This one is especially good after a day full of sweating (or the morning after a long night).
6| V76 Hydrating Shampoo
V76 uses almond butter to smooth out dull and dry hairs. Plus, it smells very good—you might not even need cologne.
7| Davines Momo Shampoo
If your hair or scalp is sensitive, try Davines. The brand makes products with as many mellow ingredients as it can.
8| Jack Black Thickening Shampoo
Hair thinning out in places you'd rather it not? Try a thickening shampoo to bring back some volume.
9| Kiehl's Olive Fruit Oil Shampoo
Avocado and olive oil are both known for keeping hair and skin smooth. Kiehl's light formula is perfect for doing just that.
10| Bumble and Bumble Invisible Oil Shampoo
If your hair gets tangled, knotted, or roughed up throughout the day (especially relevant for dudes with longer or thicker hair), Bumble's invisible oil shampoo promotes smoothness, so it can't get jumbled.
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