I liked Suave Coconut Shampoo for cleaning out all the 'cone-infused hair goo I used before I went CG. I still have in just in case.
Catwalk Oatmeal and Honey Shampoo smells heavenly, cleans well, leaves a nice shine, and doesn't seem to dry out hair as much as other shampoos. I'm out of it though...
I'm using Burt's Bee's Very Volumizing Pomegranate and Soy Shampoo now and it's great! It has a really odd consistency (thick yet liquidy, feels drying on skin when it's not, etc.) but works well on my hair. It has proteins that I haven't had any problems with so far (I guess I'm not protein-sensitive?) but they might not work for everyone. The only problem with it is that it feels a little heavy on the hair, but it lathers and cleans well.
My favorite inexpensive 'cone shampoo was Aussie Moist because it left my hair smoother and shinier than other shampoos I used. I don't use it anymore because of the sufates, silicones and isothiazolinones (potentially harmful preservatives).
I use Framesi Options Indulge shampoo. It's sulfate free but it lathers like a shampoo. It's gentle and moisturizing. Since I've been using Framesi color, I have been using their own shampoo to make sure I don't use something too harsh or will make my color fade too fast. I finally finished a bottle after about 5 months. Great stuff and a little goes a long way.
My favs are:
Pureology (both hydrating and nanoworks) Jessicurl HCC
I rotate between these three. Love them all, although nanoworks is a little TOO conditioning for summertime use.
2/b-2/c - I shampoo daily with non-sulfate shampoos - right now am *loving* L'Oreal Everpure shampoo and conditioner
For styling: homemade flax seed gel, Curl Keeper, and/or KCCC
Current favorite product: *KCCC*!!
4a, natural for 5 years Poo: Still on the lookout! CoWash: Also need a good one. Recently restarted this. RO Conditioner: EMB but looking for something with more detangling power DC: CJHB LI: EMB Style: CJCCCC, HESMU spray gel