I believe this does a good job, but you defanitly have to use a conditioner following this. I tprotects my color and does a nice job, but I believe John Freida highlights my blonde hair better.
I thought that this product would moistuize my hair; but instead it felt dry and course. It felt like the shampoo was taking all the moisture out of my hair and I had to end using more of my conditionar to offset it
I didn't like this shampoo very much. It didn't moisturize my hair at all, but left it feeling dry and limp. I have to use the Dumb Blonde Reconstructor with this shampoo. They do however complement each other very well. I believe that this shampoo removes all the residue and buildup (kind of like a clarifying shampoo) so that it helps the Reconstuctor absorb into your hair better, that’s why it leaves your hair feeling so dry, but only because it wants your hair to really take in all the good stuff of the Reconstructor. So alone, I wouldn’t use this shampoo but together with the conditioner I would recommend it to anyone with chemically damaged/dry hair.
I had high hopes for this product. However, it dried out my hair AND scalp. This gave me the WORST damdruff!! I have dry skin but hav ehave NEVER had a flaky scalp. After some research I found out that the color ehancers in these shampoos coast the hair strand to prevent color loss. In doing so they can also coat your scalp. ICK...it was GROSS!!!!!! I actually emailed the company through thier website and they sent me replacement products!!!
harsh and makes me break out around my hairline for some reason.. :\.. otherwise I'd give it 5 lippies because it makes my hair really bouncy and shiny.
I color my hair every 6-8 weeks and find this product works just find to cleanse my hair. Leaves it bouncy and lively afterwards. Love the smell!
Smelled like Gin N Tonic to me (a good thing ;-)) and has an awesome name as most Bed Heads do. BUT what's the big deal?!?!? Way overrated in my book. Kinda harsh for us everyday shampooers and didn't do a thing for me.
I don't know what to think about this shampoo...
There is Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate in it as the cleanser, which is the harshest of common hair detergents. And, if you have acute senses (or an overactive imagination), you can smell a sharp chemical tang when washing your hair with this stuff.
Again, I don't know what to say about it. This is a very bad ingredient for fried, blonde hair... However, when I use it, it has the slick lather of a moisturizing shampoo. (and yet there's nothing in it that I can identify which would cause a moisturizing effect).
All in all, it doesn't moisturize. But did rinse a heavy toning out of my hair, which let it go back to its bombshell blonde color. However, I can't bring myself to use it enough to say just how drying it is... I can feel the damaged tips of my hair growing more and more brittle with each successive use.
I'm terribly disappointed by this shampoo, which I wanted to love so much. I now use it on my dogs.
I bought this shampoo to protect my blond highlights from fading and to keep my hair moisturized. Well this crap certainly failed. First of all, it's very drying (contains ammonium sulfates) and probably strips the heck out of hair color. Luckily, I didn't experience too much stripping-I only used it twice. Save your money and buy Paul Mitchell or Redken color-saving shampoos.
I don't care for this shampoo. I bought it because it was on special, I usually like bed head and I am a blonde. I do not like the smell at all. It's a very blah grapefruit smell. I have smelled grapefruit scents that really smell great and energizing, but this product managed to make grapefruit smell not so fresh. I also think the shampoo is drying, and I do not even have dry hair. I agree with the other reviews about Ammonium Sulfates -avoid them. These detergents are bad for ALL hair types. On oily hair, this ingredient will draw attention to oiliness in the scalp and dryness on the ends. It makes dry hair dryer, color fades and normal hair will start to become dry. By the way, the matching conditioner sucks just as bad. Both products beg to be reformulated.