Remember, hair is dead. All you need is a surfactant to loosen the dirt and other crap to allow water to wash it away. Don't waste money on expensive & gimmicky hair products. You'll need that for shaving stuff.
I wore my hair long a few years back, down past my shoulders and although one or two hairs would stick to the Aleppo soap bar they were easy to remove in seconds.I very much appreciate that BMan and my hair products are very low cost, but I still need some hair products that clean and condition the hair at a reasonably cost. Incidentally, my shaving costs are also kept at a minimum. I am not a hobby shaver; I see it (or treat it) as part of my overall and necessary daily ablution process and not an enjoyable procedure to spend time and money over (no offence to those that do).
Continuing the line with using Aleppo soap to wash hair; does the soap bar not become full of hair? When using traditional shampoo, the hair gets washed away in the rinse. I'm not entirely convinced that the soap method would work for someone with longer hair, but as previously stated, I am open to all suggestions and will obviously give it a try.
I am of the opinion that someone with a longer mane may still need conventional shampoo and conditioned to keep the hair looking in top / good condition?
Any further thoughts and advice on this matter would be very much appreciated.