Average Rating 4.2/5
Review by msdi2u
I think this is an average shampoo, and definitely overpriced! I mean, $60 for a bottle of shampoo?? C'mon... somebody's just lookin' to make money... and greed is the reason our economy is in the sad state it is currently in. The reason I tried this "liquid gold" is becuz I got a FREE sample when I purchased something else from beautysak.com. I really liked it- more so for the fragrance- so I researched purchasing it; but when I saw the price? I had to move on... Is it a nice shampoo? Yes. Smells nice, lathers good, no sulfates, etc. It didn't make my hair look like I just stepped out of a salon, though, nor make a drastic difference by any means. Other salon shampoos perform just as good as this for a fraction of the price. Matter of fact, I think I like Pureology's sulfate-free moisturizing shampoo, better, and it's a little cheaper!
(I can't believe the snob in this thread who implies the majority of us here are "stupid" and/or "jealous" for mentioning that $60 is pricey for a bottle of sulfate-free 'poo.) All I can say to that is... I'm glad I'm not a fake blonde who *needs* this $60 "rare commodity" shampoo (gimmee a break, lady) in order to look good... I'm grateful my brunette hair can look fab even if I use Neutrogena Triple Moist shampoo, which actually works better for me, and I believe is also sulfate-free! The Neutrogena is definitely worth checking out!