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Aug 13, 2017

Best Shampoo/Conditioner for fine hair?

Any fine-hair folks on here that would care to share their favorite shampoo/conditioner recommendations? I've tried a few different shampoos/conditioners here and I find they all weigh my poor fine hair down and leave it looking greasy. I'd love to know if you've found something that still gives your fine hair volume and doesn't make it all greased-up!

genkidesu

genkidesu

After spending the last several years in the beating heart of Tokyo, I will be spending the next three in the countryside of Japan. I adore this country and all it has to offer - and I'm always learning more and more about life here as I go along!

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  • Babina

    on Aug 15

    I love Tsubaki Shampoo and Conditioners :)

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  • Eli

    on Mar 28

    I use ミルボン リシオ アテンジェ ヒートケア ヘアトリートメント S which is a treatment especially for soft hair and got recommended to me by my hair dresser. It’s important not to put it on the scalp because that will wear your hair down. If you have trouble finding something that fits your hair you can ask a hair dresser as they usually know best.

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  • ReishiiTravels

    on Jun 26

    I like using the Pantene that Japan sells. I go for the volume version. Works well for my hair! :)

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  • irriizzzzzzzzz

    on Jul 25

    Pantene Japan's conditioner is the best one I've tried.

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Amazon hits and misses

Most of my purchases on Amazon have been household goods and groceries. Kitchen equipment, rugs, laundry and bath stuff. For food, mostly whole bean coffee, condiments, and dried or canned foods. So my question is, for kitchen, bath, and laundry, what purchases have you made that were good value for money? What grocery items do you get?

TonetoEdo

on Aug 21

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Your fave autumn leaf spots

I know it's still hot right now in much of the country, but I'm already dreaming of the changing leaves (and cooler temps!) of autumn. What are your favorite autumn leaf spots across Japan? Here in Niigata I really like the scenery and colors around Lake Daigenta which is about a 30 minute drive from home!

genkidesu

on Aug 19

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International school

Great article. What do you recommend? I have a MFA in Visual Arts. And teaching for the past 10 years in college level. Do I need teacher certification to land anything with JET? Thanks so much

Christian

on Aug 18

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Recommendation please for Effective JLPT study resources

Good day and happy summer to everyone! Please spare a moment to share your recommendations for effective JLPT preparation resources. I have been invited to work part time as an Assistant English Teacher even they knew I am not fluent in their language both written and verbal, but it was fun and I made it through. Since then, I came to appreciate teaching here but I was advised that I will be more effective and well compensated if I have an JLPT Certification. Please, would appreciate your recommendation as to where and how to map a successful study and preparation path. Also, I have a plan to volunteer and start up a reading and practice your everyday English in my community which is going to be once or twice a month program. Thank you in advance.

Yen3529

on Aug 6