I'm just gon be real. . . Loreal
Anyone who suggests a shampoo or conditioner with sulfate in it will eventually learn that they're hurting their hair. . . don't be one of them
Loreal is, by design, sulfate free which means it won't strip your color and you won't have to add moisturizer onto your hair after your shamp/condit cycle to stop if from feeling like straw. It also makes it stronger because it isn't stripping the protein off of your hair to deep cleanse.
Most people don't know that typical shampoo is the same stuff they use to degrease airplanes. Avoiding that wtf moment starts with choosing a sulfate free shampoo. Companies pride themselves on having a product that doesn't contain it so read the labels, hell just glance at them and they'll be shouting it.
Organix is a less pricy version of a great sulfate free shampoo. The coconut milk is great for moisturizing, shea butter is awesome at shine and softness, tea tree mint for scalp issues.
If you got a target close to you try Shea Moisture's line too, but that works best on natural hair.