If your a poor girl who was use to using products such as Fekkai, Redken, etc. and can hardly justify the over $20 a bottle of shampoo and condtioner just literally go down the drain; then this shampoo is for you. Of all the drug store brands I have bought, this one is the best. I have just recently tried: Organix moroccan oil shampoo, Garnier Fructis shampoos, Root Awakening, Pantene, and on and on and on. Hated all of them. This one; although not perfect, isn't bad at all. I try to use my Ulta reward points to get a decent conditioner and stick to a this shampoo and get good results. You can usually pick this up for a 1.29! Just bought Suave "Damaging Care" shampoo and conditioner for .99 cents each at grocery store and they are a good bet too. The secret is not to spend a lot of money on your shampoos, but use a good conditioner at least 2x per week and always use a good finishing product. Now if only I could find a substitute for Paul Mitchell Skinny Serum and the real MoroccanOil.....tried organix moroccan oil and it's just not the same.
I will never buy this product again! I do not like the scent at all, it is too powerful for me.
And I noticed the day after I shampooed with it the first time I started breaking out on my scalp. I thought maybe my skin is just being resistant to change, ok, I can work with this short term. Then three days later, and second wash in, I noticed the spots were getting worse and started to become open sores. I have never ever had a reaction like this before and plan to stay far far away from Suave.
Suave products are usually hit or miss for me -- some I really like and others are awful. This one is a HIT! I bought the black raspberry & white tea shampoo and conditioner and used them today. My hair looks good! For reference, I have blonde, straight, thin + fine hair, cut in a bob type style. My hair looks bouncy, swingy, and the ends curled under nicely with my round brush when styling (all you straight haired ladies know that some shampoos just won't let your hair hold a curl!). It felt very moisturizing as I applied it in the shower (a little conditioner goes a LONG way) and I was afraid my hair would look stringy and weighed down after drying, but I love how it looks! I would definitely rotate with a clarifying shampoo once a week for preventing build-up, though. As for the scent...I'm fine with it. It's a bit strong, but it's not a bad scent -- I'm not super sensitive to fragrances. My advice? Try this one!
UPDATE: Upping to 5 lippies from 4. I think this is top-notch for a drugstore shampoo. I'm using it in conjunction with the conditioner and my hair hasn't looked this good in long time! Will definitely repurchase and/or stock up. continued >>
I used this product with the conditioner every day for almost two weeks, and I am going to keep looking for something else. The smell is just okay, that fakey sweet smell that got old to me by the end of the day. After a week of using this, my hair was lying flat and stringy and didn't look very clean, and my hair felt rougher than before. Just running my hands through my hair, it felt heavy and filmy. I wouldn't recommend this.
i cant even begin to tell you how fantabulousss this shampoo/conditioner smellll omggg its like rassberryyy canddyyy yummm im ussually a hair/makeup brand snobb but ya this smells too good (: and idgaf whats in it .... i know it has cones... which i try to avoid .... but hair is DEAD anyway ... so F __it :) try this you wont be dissapointed
I've switched from the suave rosemary mint to this for my everyday shampoo. I've currently given up on dying my hair because I'm trying to grow it out, and I seriously damamged it over the summer from dying. At first these were ok, but recently I've noticed my hairs a lot more course. So I'm not sure if it's stopped working for me, or I need to use the rosemary mint because I have buildup, or I just need a haircut? And despite this line being for color treated hair, I really doubt these wouldn't strip color like crazy. But I wouldn't really call the Sauvae professional lines comparable to a HE hair products. There nice, but you get what you pay for. If your hair isn't high matience and have special needs, go for these products. But if you dye regularly, or have special needs I'd say find something better.