What makes a good shampoo?
NEXT> The characteristics of a good shampoo are fairly obvious. A shampoo should clean away the oil and dirt, rinse out easily, and leave your hair shiny, manageable, and flexible. If you believe shampoo commercials, the right shampoo will also have good-looking strangers taking notice of your fabulous hair — but let’s not get carried away. Let’s try for a goal that’s more achievable — clean, manageable hair. Why Sunset Hair Elements? First, the basics. To get oil out of your hair, you need to use soap or detergent. You know the old saying “oil and water don’t mix.” Oil and grease don’t stick to water, which is why oil floats on water rather than mixing in. So washing your hair with water alone doesn’t get out the oil and grease. Detergent and soap molecules have a dual nature: one end sticks to grease; the other end sticks to water. When you wash your hair with detergent or soap, the grease sticks to the detergent or soap and washes away with the water. I took an informal survey of