I’m a hairdresser – here’s the 5 shampoos you need to buy from TK Maxx, they’re cheaper and so good for your hair

A hairdresser has revealed the five shampoos you need to buy from TK Maxx to save some money and care for your hair.

Georgia is a stylist who often shares tips on social media.

A hairdresser revealed the best shampoos you can buy at TK Maxx


A hairdresser revealed the best shampoos you can buy at TK MaxxPhoto credit: Getty

In a recent post, she summarized her top hair care picks from the discount giant.

And she says you could save some money if you find them in the store.

She said: “I recommend shampoos and you can get them cheap at TK Maxx.”

Firstly, Georgia recommended Olaplex, which costs £22.99 instead of £28.

She also urged beauty fans to snap up the Hairburst shampoo – it retails for just £8.99 instead of £16.50.

And she rounded out her list with Nioxin, Wella Professional Invigo and Schwartzkopf Bonacure.

This comes after Georgia revealed the three shampoos she would avoid – citing the fact that they can leave your hair dull and dry.

She warned beauty fans about the trio of popular shampoos you’re likely to find on store and supermarket shelves, saying: “These are three retail shampoos you should stay away from.”

“I mean at any cost. No joke.”

The first shampoo on Georgia’s list was Tresemme, which she claimed was full of sulfates and silicon, which “irritates the hell out of your scalp.”

Next she warned about Head and Shoulders.

“Of course this is supposed to help against dandruff, but you can get better ones at the pharmacy. Actually prescription ones,” she insisted.

“It also contains a lot of sulfate. So if you use it over time, your hair will become dry and dull, and it won’t really help with your dandruff.”

“And Pantene too,” she said, completing the list.

“Again, this has a lot of sulfate in it and the more you use it, the more it blocks the hair follicles and I guarantee it leaves a residue on the hair every time.”

“So don’t use any of these shampoos.”

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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