Aug 05, 2022
I’m a beauty fan – 7 drugstore shampoos to avoid as they could dry out your hair and the ones to buy instead
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WHEN you're shopping for new shampoo on a budget, drugstore brands are the way to go – but one beauty influencer warned against certain haircare products.
The warning comes from TikTok beauty vlogger Rosemond Tettey, who has 42.9k followers on the platform.
Tettey took a trip to her local drugstore, where she pointed out the shampoos she avoided buying.
"These all contain non-water-soluble silicones, full of sulfates that can make your hair dry," the blogger claimed.
She also said that the products have "harsh fragrance" that can cause allergic reactions for some users.READ MORE BEAUTY TIPSHAIR-RISING You’re washing your hair ALL wrong - and it’s bad news if you love shampooSKKN DEEP I bought the entire SKKN by Kim collection – something really bothered me
Tettey listed seven drugstore shampoos that she recommends "all hair types" avoid: OGX Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco, Garnier Ultimate Blends Honey Treasures, Tresemme Replenish and Cleanse, John Frieda Frizz Ease Frizz Immunity, Pantene Frizz No More, Head and Shoulders Supreme Repair, and Herbal Essences Bio-Renew Pure Aloe and Avocado Oil.
Viewers were quick to critique inconsistencies in Tettey's claims or argue that they had good experiences with the products.4Many commenters defended the OGX shampoo, saying it was a great productCredit: TikTok @rosebaby40
One commenter pointed out that the Herbal Essences bottle said "sulfate-free," directly contradicting Tettey's claim.
Another said she loved the OGX shampoo and had good experiences with the product. "My hairdresser told me to use it," the viewer wrote.Most read in LifestyleBREAST IDEA? My 34K boobs are so big they knock things over & cost me a fortune in brasWHAT THE QUACK I got 0.5mm of lip filler but regret it so much, I look like a duckBUZZ OFF I was tired of flies coming into my house, but I discovered a hack to repel themREAL DEAL I'm an Aldi fan - I buy weekly groceries for under $26 by sticking to 13 items
John Frieda was another brand that commenters jumped to defend.
"It's the only shampoo that works for me," one person wrote. "Even Olaplex gave me dandruff, but John Frieda, 100 percent."
Several commenters pointed out that sulfates aren't inherently bad – they're just an ingredient that can damage hair or dry it out with overuse.
Tettey didn't respond to commenters' feedback in writing, but instead posted a follow-up video including some of her favorite drugstore shampoos.
The products she recommended included As I Am Curl Clarity Shampoo, Simple Gentle Cleansing Shampoo, Maui Moisture Shea Butter Shampoo, and Aveeno Apple Cider Vinegar Blend.
Once again, she saw a mix of responses in the comment section. Some were quick to agree with her favorite picks.
"As I Am is the best, especially for curly hair," one enthusiastic commenter wrote.4Tettey recommended using the Maui shampoo, but viewers had mixed reactionsCredit: TikTok @rosebaby40
"Swapped from Shea Moisture to Maui and I cannot commend it enough," a different person said. "It leaves my hair so soft and actually moisturized."
Others said their experiences with the brands were very different. "I have Maui – it causes dandruff and hair loss for me," a viewer wrote.Read More on The US SunKIMYE FOREVER? Kim and Kanye are 'working things out' amid rumors they're back togetherSILLY SAUSAGE Image of distant star posted by top scientist was actually a piece of CHORIZO
And one viewer said they loved the Aveeno shampoo, but that anyone curious about it should seek out a sample.
"To really know if it’ll work for you, I think you’ll just have to give it a try," they wrote.
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Steelers Work out Former SIU Star, Waived Veteran Returns
Getty Steelers LB Ulysees Gilbert prepares to take the field.
The NFL journey for linebacker Ulysees Gilbert III has been a long and winding one. Selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL draft, Gilbert was hampered with injuries in his first two seasons.
Gilbert reverted to Pittsburgh’s reserve/injured list after clearing waivers on August 11. He was enjoying the best camp of his career in a battle for an inside linebacker spot when, according to Steelers Now, he suffered an ankle injury during a tackling drill at practice on August 6.
UG3 with his foot in a boot. Having a good camp. This is a bummer. pic.twitter.com/ZaQ2KenZg3
— Nick Farabaugh (@FarabaughFB) August 8, 2022
“You know, I’ll be out a couple of weeks,” Gilbert told Steelers Now of the injury. “It’s not ideal, but it’s just another obstacle to overcome.”
It’s been one obstacle after another for Gilbert. Dealing with back issues on and off since college, Gilbert found himself on injured reserve in the second half of his rookie season with fractured L-5 vertebrae in his lower back. Late in the 2020 season, the Steelers placed Gilbert on injured reserve with an ankle injury.
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“I know what God has planned for me,” said Gilbert. “I’m going to fight back, go with this rehab, and come back better than ever. I believe in that.”
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Gilbert has recorded just 25 tackles in 28 appearances. Appearing in all 17 games in 2021, Gilbert played primarily on special teams (337 snaps), with only 36 defensive snaps. In Week 1 last season, Gilbert recovered a blocked punt and returned it for a touchdown.
Now that Gilbert is back in Pittsburgh, the Steelers will likely stash him on the practice squad, where he’ll await his next opportunity while his ankle heals.Steelers Workout Linebacker
The Pittsburgh Steelers brought in Southern Illinois linebacker Bryce Notree on August 12, per the NFL transaction wire.
Notree was a defensive star for the Salukis playing in 46 games and recording 246 tackles, 6.5 sacks and four interceptions. He started all 13 games in his senior season, recording 4.0 sacks, 7.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions, seven quarterback hurries and led the team in tackles with 91.
The New Orleans Saints signed Notree as an undrafted free agent (UDFA) but was released before organized team activities (OTAs) began. From there, he earned a spot on the Washington Commanders’ offseason roster through rookie minicamp. He was released on August 7.
Though Notree’s workout didn’t immediately result in a contract offer, Pittsburgh’s need for linebacker depth makes him a future possibility.
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