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By nomegusta - / Saturday 5 January 2013 15:59 / United States
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By  Authoress14  |  15

YDI for not reading the instructions

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

If you're so dumb you need instructions to shampoo your hair every time, I feel sorry for you. Shampoo and conditioners look different, and the "SHAMPOO" on the front of the bottle should be enough of a clue, but when you're in a hurry and not thinking, these things happen..

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  alphaskater09  |  9

9-my shampoo and conditioner bottle look the same and the word shampoo is in small letters. Don't assume everyones shampoo bottle looks like yours.

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

I meant the liquids tend to look different, and the word shampoo is still written on it, however small. Anyway I wasn't judging her, I said it could pretty much happen to anyone. :P

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It has nothing to do with OP's story. It gets thumbed down because #1 is being a total bitch all the time. I saw a few replies of her and i totally understand people hating on her

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  ParisMilton93  |  15

It's possible she picked up the wrong bottle in the shower?

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  TheChiver  |  7

Exactly. I usually keep my shampoo and face wash right next to each other. Just the other day I accidentally picked up the shampoo instead of the face wash. My eyes definitely told me I made a horrible mistake.

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  xcarxcrashx  |  9

Agreed, the products themselves feel so different. I can't imagine pouring shampoo into my hand and my realizing until later that it wasn't conditioner. You would know the instant you poured it.

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  heliraptor  |  13

This is exactly what I was thinking, I haven't used shampoo or conditioner in a very long time, but when I did, I could still tell the difference, just by consistency.

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  heliraptor  |  13

5o & 53, I wash my hair every day, shampoo is just terribly bad for it and not to mention chock full of chemicals. Clearly I wash it lol, are you blind?

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  heliraptor  |  13

Baking soda and water to wash, and lemon juice and water to rinse. It isn't as harsh on your hair as shampoo and conditioner are, so it keeps your hair softer, shinier, and just overall more manageable. I also find that it helps my hair color stay in longer. And it's a hell of a lot cheaper than regular hair care stuff too, haha.

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  heliraptor  |  13

I mean, it's called the "no poo method," google it if you want. It's a thing. A lot of sites recommend apple cider vinegar instead of lemon juice, but I just like the lemon because it works, and smells, a lot better.

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I've had bottles that came in a kit and don't have clear labels. In this situation I think OP may have scratched the labels off (If they are that kind) beforehand or was simply not playing close attention.

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