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  1. JennMouse32

    JennMouse32 Still Looking for my Prince Charming

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    Since I will be staying for 2 weeks this year, those little travel bottles of shampoo and conditioner wont do, unless i want to buy like 8 of them(long hair), i thinking of just buying a regular size bottles...

    any one have suggestions of what brand, obviously it has to have mega mostiruizer since i will be out in the sun alot. I dont want my hair to dry out....
     
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  3. momof3Disneykids

    momof3Disneykids Mouseketeer

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    I found this stuff from herbal essences its purple swirly and its called hydralishous (SP?) its great, i have longish hair and dont even need the condish.
     
  4. gomomgo

    gomomgo Mouseketeer

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    I love Aussie 3-minute miracle. I've purchased it more than 5x in a row which is a record for me! :thumbsup2
     
  5. ancestry

    ancestry Trees Without Roots Fall Over

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    Why don't you just use the shampoo and conditioner provided in the hotel? We didn't take any shampoo/conditioner with us last year. There were four of us in the room and we were showering several times a day so mousekeeping brought us a large bag of the shampoo and conditioner bottles. I don't know what type of shampoo/conditioner is offered in the values and moderates but the stuff in the deluxes is great. It is the H20 brand.
     
  6. carps09

    carps09 Norway's spirit always has been, and always will b

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    A while ago I bought some empty travel bottles from either Target or CVS, I can't remember, but they are a good size. They're bigger than the regular travel size shampoo, but still small. I know it would last me 2 weeks. It's also been great because I can just fill them with my regular shampoo and conditioner and not have to buy anything extra.
     
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    3floridarays Somebody's got to nail that girl's fins to the flo

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    Be aware that if you are flying you will have to put all shampoo, hair spray, etc in your checked baggage if the containers are over 3oz. each. For containers 3oz and under, many airports are requiring them to be put in one large ziplock bag and they must be removed from your carry-on bag to be individually screened at the security area.
     
  8. JennMouse32

    JennMouse32 Still Looking for my Prince Charming

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    thank i did check this one out .. and did seem like it would work out very well.. thank you very much





    we arent flying so taht doesnt matter


    adn we are not staying at a deluxe, i refuse to let my hair dry out by using the resort ones.... my hair needs the mositure in the florida heat
     
  9. duffy

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    I would look into Lush.com, they sell solid shampoos and conditioners, so there's no need to worry about putting them into the baggies, they can go into checked luggage, don't need to be pulled out for inspection, etc.

    But, you say you're not flying? I guess you're driving, then? Then why not just bring a big bottle of your everyday stuff? :confused3
     
  10. JennMouse32

    JennMouse32 Still Looking for my Prince Charming

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    because i need something with alot of moisture since i will be out in the sun and in cholrine, so i dont want my hair to dry out..
     
  11. evilqueenmindy

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    Fekkai, (I used to get them at bath & body works but I think they are even at target now) you use so little of the product that their starter kits (4oz apiece) would last two weeks with no sweat.
     
  12. randyolson

    randyolson Earning My Ears

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    I usually carry the Hydralicious reconditioning shampoo (Herbal Essence). I still carry Johnson’s baby shampoo for the kids though :)
     
  13. JoShan1719

    JoShan1719 DIS Veteran

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    I second the Aussie stuff. DH and I use it twice a day when we're at the World and I haven't had any problems. Plus I love the smell, it reminds me of summer and Disney.
     
  14. JennMouse32

    JennMouse32 Still Looking for my Prince Charming

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    i was thinking of the Hello hydration by herbal essences..
     

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