For many people — the lucky ones whose hair is healthy enough to withstand a bit of wear and tear — wash day is everyday. For the rest of us, it's a twice, sometimes once-weekly chore that requires a lot of time, arm strength, and, of course, all the right products. Whether your hair is fine and limp, curly and voluminous, prone to frizz, color-treated, or damaged and dry, there's one thing we can all agree on: The right shampoo for your hair type really does matter. And another thing's for sure: not all formulas are created equally.
There are so many shampoos available today — from drugstore to prestige, paraben-free to organic, even color-shielding, frizz-fighting and split-end-mending — that deciding which one to get next can be extremely overwhelming. To make things simple, we turned to Walmart.com (where you can get free 2-day shipping on any order of $35 or more) for some of the best shampoo formulas on the market. No matter your hair type or budget, Walmart.com has exactly what you need to get your best, cleanest hair ever. Check out a few of our favorites below.
For All Hair Types, A Crowd-Favorite Shampoo That's Only $5
For Weak Strands, A Plant-Based Formula With Biotin And Collagen
Hydrate Dry Or Color-Treated Locks With This Sulfate-Free Formula
For Super Sensitive Scalps, Try This Gentle Foaming Shampoo
For Curly Hair, Try A $5 Pre-Poo Cleanser With Aloe And Coconut Water
Detox Your Scalp With This Charcoal-Infused Shampoo Formula
Try A Certified Organic Shampoo If You Have A Sensitive Scalp
For Color Treated Hair, A Gentle Formula To Preserve Vibrancy
For Hair That Spends Too Much Time In A Flat Iron, A Cult-Classic Shampoo Packed With Keratin
For Naturally Curly Hair Types, Go For A Shea-Butter-Based Cream Cleanser
For Flat, Lifeless Hair, This Thickening Formula Won't Weigh Your Locks Down
Fight Frizz In All Climates With Living Proof's No Frizz Shampoo
For Curly Locks, A Shampoo Infused With Aloe Vera And Coconut Water
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