8 Best Summer Hair Care Products -- and the 4 Worst
See which warm-weather hairstyling goodies are humidity-busting, beach-y wave-inducing winners and which ones should be thrown into the pool
Why: One reader says, "the Aveda shampoo and conditioner for scalp/dandruff problems are great, but this product does not live up to them. First of all, it smells like mouthwash -- not good. Second of all, it left my hair feeling greasy. I won't buy it again. Sorry, Aveda!" Another reader says, "maybe I didn't use this long enough, but it didn't work for me. While it smelled good, I just didn't see any results after a few weeks."
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