Translation of shampoo in Spanish:

shampoo

champú, n.

Pronunciation /ʃamˈpuː//ʃæmˈpu/

noun

  • 1

    (product)
    champú masculine
    herbal shampoo champú de hierbas
    • That way, the shampoo gets the soap residue off of the skin under your beard.
    • The vinegar pulls out the old shampoo cleaning the carpet as well.
    • Clinical tests have shown this product works against lice that have developed resistance to standard lice shampoos.
    • If I go more than a day without shampoo my hair is a grease pot.
    • I stuck a lot of stuff I might need in my purse, such as razors, toothpaste and the vital toothbrush, soap, shampoo and conditioner, and a few other things.
    • The more volume you can get in your hair from shampoo, setting gel and a round brush, the better the height.
    • Vacuum your carpet regularly, and do not use liquid carpet shampoos to clean them.
    • The first time my personal check got turned into an automatic debit, I was buying shampoo at a family-owned hair care store in my urban neighborhood.
    • The lice shampoos I have seen all have a lot of scary warnings.
    • Nail polish, shampoo, perfume, hair gel and body lotion all may contain phthalates.
    • Therefore, having soap, shampoo and toiletry items available to them is a big plus.
    • Permethrin is already known by many consumers as an ingredient in head lice shampoos for children.
    • It's almost impossible to buy a soap, shampoo or bubble bath which does not contain synthetic sodium laurel sulphate or sodium laureth sulphate.
    • I have been trying to get parents to buy non-scented soap, shampoo and toothpaste for scout camps.
    • Use a hot-oil treatment after every shampoo and follow with liquid, not creamy, leave-in conditioners.
    • She proceeded to show him where the soap and shampoo was, along with other items such as toilet paper and extra towels.
    • The older ones had shampoo, deodorant or soap smells.
    • After soaping up completely, he scrubbed some shampoo through his hair, then stood under the spray, letting the soap rinse off slowly as the heat eased his tensed muscles.
    • As it operates as a home for men trying to get off the street, they are asking this year for toiletries like toothpaste, soap and shampoo.
    • There was a small closet with towels and some cheap oral care material like soap, shampoo and toothpaste.
    • Add in 1/2 cup of regular baby shampoo or liquid dish soap to aid the process.
    • And, ah, get soap, shampoo, scissors, a razor and some gel if you can.
  • 2

    (act)
    lavado masculine
    shampoo and set lavado y marcado masculine
    • As well, the pigments used have less capacity for oxygenation and thus stay small enough to be removed from the hair cortex in 6 to 12 shampoos.
    • Haircuts, manicures, shaves and shampoos undertaken here, says another - adding that the proprietor would be happy to have these services home-delivered to you without any extra charge.
    • Your dog can get manicures, pedicures, shampoos; you can feed it gourmet treats; you can put it in clothes to match your own.
    • To clean your scalp between shampoos, especially if you wear braided or dreadlocked styles, wipe it with an astringent-soaked cotton hall or pad.
    • To one tablespoon of lemon juice, add a pinch of black pepper and massage this on your scalp before a shampoo.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (hair) lavar
    I'm going to have my hair shampooed voy a ir a lavarme el pelo / la cabeza a la peluquería
    • I have bathed her, shampooed her hair, tasted her tears, her sweat, her essence.
    • She shaved, washed, scrubbed, and shampooed her body until there was nothing left to do.
    • My husband shampooed the carpet today, so we're ready for you.
    • I took about half an hour in the shower, shampooing my hair twice and scrubbing myself as hard as I could.
    • While Jody had been with me, the nurse had given him a bath and shampooed his hair, something else we had declined in our birth plan.
    • You could immediately tell that it had been shampooed, and their hair turned out to be very curly.
    • She was going to appreciate every second of this day, she decided, shampooing her hair briskly.
    • Satisfied, she shampooed her hair and cleaned herself up.
    • Within a few seconds, she had accidentally slammed the door in his face and was fervently shampooing her hair.
    • I shower daily, but if I shampooed every day my hair would turn into a nasty dry mass of stiff split ends, like one of those old-fashioned straw brooms.
    • She took extra minutes to adjust the water's temperature, took extra time shampooing her hair, and extra minutes relaxing at the end of the shower.
    • Since I had just over two hours before Jake would arrive, I took an extra long shower, shampooing my hair twice and shaving.
    • He had just turned on the water and began shampooing his hair when he felt the door open.
    • After shampooing her hair and cleansing her body, she shut off the shower and got out.
    • She gasped out loud at the first icy stab of the droplets, then quickly shampooed her hair.
    • Okay, yeah, so you all don't need the details of my shower - I basically just shampooed my hair, conditioned it, then hopped on out.
    • Within minutes, he shampooed his hair, and rubbed body soap over his body, before rinsing himself off.
    • I leaned over the sink, and Audrey shampooed my hair, rinsed, shampooed again, and then rinsed again.
    • She is shampooing his hair, he is annoying her with too many demands.
    • The showgrounds were buzzing yesterday as horse exhibitors washed and shampooed their charges ahead of today's judging classes.
  • 2

    (carpet/upholstery) limpiar