I tried both before. For the arimino, i feel that its abit lighter on the hair and it feels more pleasant on the hair, holding strength is quite comparable to pp, maybe jux a littleee bit stronger. Its pricey and fnishes fast. =(
PP i felt that it gives more shine, but its a cheaper and worth the price alternative. Overall, the hold is about the same, just that arimino easier to restyle.
Kanebo and Carbolic both cleanse well but carbolic is scalp cleansing shampoo so it will cleanse it better and further its cleansing properties as compared to Kanebo. Both shampoos are suitable for thin hair and can be used on daily basis. Additionally, Carbolic is also an organic shampoo (charcoal shampoo) to begin with but Kanebo isn't. However, carbolic will tend to make your hair a little bit more dry as compared to Kanebo which comes with adequate moisturizing effects.
To share, some have actually feedbacked that due to the moisturizing effects, it makes it feel like it doesnt cleanse well. IMO, to be cleansed effectively doesn't solely lie on the determinant of dryness. In actual fact, i feel Kanebo does cleanse well and rid the excess oils and impurities but it prevents one from feeling the dryness due to its high moisturizing properties that makes it a beauty.
It shouldnt be surprising that they "overcharged" you considering the fact that its at a salon that you made your purchase at. Unless you really need to, you shouldn't buy at salons actually coz it will definitely be more expensive than other alternatives. Just know what u want and dig the information from the stylists over there and make your purchase through cheaper means next time.
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