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I'm sure I'm not alone in saying that I've been lulled into a safe sense of security with the uncharacteristically mild and dry weather. It was inevitable I suppose but last night on the way home I was caught in the mother of all rain storms :mad:.

I slept in this morning and didn't have time to wash, let alone brush my hair. And in any case I'd run out of conditioner. I was a busy bee today at work and completely forgot to buy more - there's no way I'd get a comb through my hair without it and I couldn't have gone another day without washing the barnet. I was contemplating going to my Mum's to get some conditioner when I remembered I've already bought Tropiclean products in preparation for puppy time! :twothumbs:

So I thought you may be interested to know that the Berry shampoo smells A.M.A.Z.I.N.G, the kiwi conditioner is surprisingly thick and moisurising and whilst I was at it I thought 'sod it, why not' and I tried the D-Matt too.

I've blow dried my hair and have come to the following conclusions:
- all three products seem to make my hair dry more quickly?
- my hair is sooooooooo soft and shiney
- I haven't lost any volume and doesn't feel 'heavy' which can happen with some more moisturising products
- I would have no reservations using this on my pooch in fact...

I'm now wondering how I can tell Marcus (who sells Toni & Guy hair products for a living) that I prefer the dog shampoo to the posh stuff he brings home... :laugh:

Turi x

P.S. Have attached a pic of the smooth and soft 'do'
 

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Can't reply now, am just off up for a shower....... now where did i put the blueberry muffin shampoo...........!!

Yep, you can def have a cockapoo- you are officially crackers enough to own one!!!!
 

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my mum said the best shampoo she ever used was when she had the cockers 17 years ago she used a dog shampoo that was for afgan hounds. she said he hair has never felt so soft and glossy. lol but i dont think she ever found the brand again lol
 

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Can't reply now, am just off up for a shower....... now where did i put the blueberry muffin shampoo...........!!

Yep, you can def have a cockapoo- you are officially crackers enough to own one!!!!
OOooo, I feel like I've passed some kind of initiation!!!

HURRAH! I'm bonkers enough for a Cockapoo :D

my mum said the best shampoo she ever used was when she had the cockers 17 years ago she used a dog shampoo that was for afgan hounds. she said he hair has never felt so soft and glossy. lol but i dont think she ever found the brand again lol
I'm assuming the PH levels are different so it wouldn't be great to use long-term but hey, it was a fun experiment :)

Turi x
 

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Yes Turi...welcome to the officially bonkers club! :D

Love your post :D very funny and wow...your hair looks so soft and silky...you could be in a L'Oreal advert ;)!

I had my hair coloured a couple of weeks ago and my hairdresser nearly reached for the Tropiclean until I told her it was Daisy's! However now I know that if I run out then I have a back up! :D
 

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I love this! I have also put some d-matt in my hair when I had a particularly annoying knot in my hair! What a treat! God we're all mad! I love that Marcus sells Toni and Guy products for a living... DO NOT TELL HIM hahahahaha
 

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Thanks Sarah, that's very kind (but you wouldn't have said that if you'd seen me this morning :eek:).

I forgot to mention that I've been left with a yummy coconut smell. If my Cockapoo smells like this I'll want to eat it!

Turi x
 

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I love this! I have also put some d-matt in my hair when I had a particularly annoying knot in my hair! What a treat! God we're all mad! I love that Marcus sells Toni and Guy products for a living... DO NOT TELL HIM hahahahaha
Haha, glad to know I'm not alone. Now you just have to try the shampoo and conditioner... :laugh:

To add insult to injury Marcus actually sells Label M which are salon quality products and sell at £12 a bottle (though I haven't 'bought' any since we've been together' - perk of the job!) They're good but the conditioners aren't thick enough... I'm seriously thinking the Kiwi Tropiclean conditioner is better for my hair :eek:.

And we all know I won't be able to share this with non-Cockapoo mad people. I'll be decanting it into Label M bottles whilst Marcus is out... !

Turi x
 

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Thanks Sarah, that's very kind (but you wouldn't have said that if you'd seen me this morning :eek:).

I forgot to mention that I've been left with a yummy coconut smell. If my Cockapoo smells like this I'll want to eat it!

Turi x
There is something very lovely about a freshly washed Cockapoo who has been washed in Tropiclean. I can't leave Daisy's coat alone afterwards, it is so soft and silky! :) I am surprised I get anything done at all!

Just hope you don't get a 'poo roller' though otherwise you will be doing a lot of Cockapoo washing! :rolleyes:
 
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