Water is used in the household sector, includes the used of water for bathing that indirectly produced domestic liquid waste that contains shampoo liquid waste. Shampoo contains various chemicals such as surfactants, dyes, preservatives that can pollute the environment, also have COD levels of 180-410 mg/L. The study aims to examine the performance and effectiveness using the Advanced Oxidation Process with ozonation, peroxone, and ozonation with adsorption of activated carbon methods by evaluating the effect of ozone dosage and activated carbon dosage on final organic compounds in synthetic shampoo liquid waste. The study started by testing the performance of the ozonator, the ozone flow rate that is used, and quantification of OH radicals, followed by the waste treatment and determining COD, TOC, pH, and metals levels as the parameter that matters. There are two treatments proved that produced COD removal with optimum value by using a combination of ozonator 5 g/h and injecting H2O2 2 times to decrease the COD levels by 30.05% and a combination of ozonator 3 g/h with GAC adsorption of 150 grams by 32.99%. TOC removed from waste are 34.44% with the combination of ozonator 3 g/h and injection of H2O2 4 times and 40.48% with the combination of ozonator 3 g/h and GAC 150 grams. pH level decreased with both combination of ozonation with injection of H2O2 and GAC. Zn metal levels dropped 25.50% with the combination of ozonator 3 g/h and injection of H2O2 4 times and 35.65% with the combination of ozonator 3 g/h and GAC 150 grams.