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Today Is the Best Day of the Year to Stock up on Shampoo—Don’t Miss Out

Tehrene Firman

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If you think all the best beauty deals arrived before the holidays, you're wrong. When it comes to stocking up on your favorite shampoo, post-holiday is where it's at.

With Christmas shopping behind us, consumers rushes off to buy roll upon roll of discounted wrapping paper and holiday decor. But if you're not also hitting up the salons at stores like Walmart and JCPenney, you're seriously missing out on an epic shampoo sale. They sell their holiday kits—which include brand name shampoos—for up to half off, meaning you can get a solid supply for the entire year for a fraction of the cost. I mean, even Ulta is having a mega-shampoo sale. It's a thing.

To take advantage of the once-a-year shampoo sale before it's too late, get your hands on some of these options.

Take advantage of the post-holiday shampoo sale with these options

1. Joico K-PAK Color Therapy Shampoo, $16 (originally $34)

If you color your hair, this shampoo will keep it healthy, shiny, and strong.

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2. Matrix Biolage Volume Bloom Shampoo, $13 (originally $28)

Fine, difficult-to-style hair will thrive with this shampoo that ups the volume and adds the perfect amount of shine.

3. KeraCare Natural Textures Cleansing Cream Shampoo, $9 (originally $14)

Great for natural hair textures, this shampoo moisturizes, adds shine, and softens. It also helps detangle the hair and soothes the scalp.

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4. Pureology Hydrate Shampoo, $58 (originally $68)

If you want a sulfate-free shampoo that cleanses and moisturizes your hair, this is it. It uses jojoba, green tea, and sage to strengthen, repair, and protect your strands.

5. Matrix Total Results Brass Off Shampoo, $12 (originally $26)

Great for brunettes who lighten their hair, this blue-violet shampoo helps neutralizes brassy tones in a single wash. And if you're a blonde, this purple shampoo is what you need to help neutralize brassiness and yellow tones.

6. Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Special Shampoo, $20 (originally $34)

This shampoo uses tea tree oil, peppermint, and lavender to cleanse, invigorate, and leave your hair smelling amazing.

The best drugstore beauty products:

These are the best of the best drugstore shampoos for every hair type. Then find out exactly how often you should wash your hair, according to your hair type.

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