This has to be one of the best colour care shampoos I've ever tried. It almost adds pigments to your hair to deepen and enhance the colour, gives a glossy shine and definitely prolongs the amount of time inbetween colours. With a number of shades in the range, this shampoo aims to enhance your colour and stop it from fading, whilst nourishing, moisturising and reducing breakage to the hair.
I'm not a fan of sulphate free shampoos - I know, I know. Overall they're better for your hair, but I just love a good lather. This shampoo is sulphate free, so I had to get over that but once I did, I loved it. You only need a small amount to get a good wash, it smells great and does a good job, but there's no way it worked as a conditioner for me. I had to slap some of my existing conditioner on to get the tangles out of my hair, but I'm not going to hold a grudge against it for that either.
Once dried, I have a pretty good hair day after using this. My hair looks radiant, full of life and nourished, Who doesn't want glossy, salon look hair? You can defiantly achieve this with this shampoo. Even weeks after you've coloured, using this shampoo means that you won't have a dull hair day. WINNING.
There's loads of shades too:
- Ice Blondes: For cold and light blonde shades.
- Golden Blondes: For warm blonde shades.
- Sensual Brunettes: For brown and chestnut shades.
- Radiant Darks: For dark and black shades.
- Intense Coppers: For coppery tones.
- Brave Reds: For red hair tones
I'm starting to go lighter with my hair now, so I'm thinking of grabbing either the Intense Coppers or Golden Blondes version of this shampoo, it's just that good.
You can pick this up for £12.99 from Revlon's website, here.
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