Aveda • Shampure • Conditioner
|Would buy this product again.||45%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This along w/the poo is so awesome! I love their herbal/lavendar/scent it's refreshing the shampoo is a thin consistency lathers well, and on top of that the conditioner is great a pair they make a great pair. Loves it.
EDIT: It is quite drying after multiple uses. I had to use a moisturizing shampoo to counteract the dryness I got. The smell is pungent
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Wow, this stuff made my hair into straw. I have colored (deposit-only), slightly wavy and relatively dry hair prone to a little frizz. I wanted a lightweight conditioner for every day that wouldn't weigh my hair down. I wasn't looking for any major repair or hydrating or detangling, BUT...
This left a strange coating that I couldn't rinse out completely, but then during blow-dry (and I used a leave-in as well) my hair was tangled, frizzy, and felt totally brittle. It felt in worse condition than if I hadn't even used a conditioner at all. It felt as if I'd used some kind of clarifier that stripped my hair completely...weird! This "conditioner" does no such thing. Unless you have oily, totally virgin hair, or hair that is very short--RUN AWAY.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Shampure is the least moisturizing of Aveda's conditioners. It works well for co-washing and when light conditioning is desired. After using it for awhile I realized it was irritating my scalp.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This conditioner and shampoo is great for my fine thin highlighted hair is pricey but the bottle is big 33.8 oz/ 1 L so it will last very long. My hair are so smooth and love the proteins in it. Uncial fragrance. Much better than Schwarzkopf-professional which I try before.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Blue
Used in conjunction with the Shampure shampoo, the results of this conditioner are fair. I need to use additional smoothing or hydrating crèmes in order to have soft and silky hair after this, as I think it’s a bit on the light side for my hair type, which verges on the frizzy. The smell is wonderful – herby and sweet – but it’s not quite enough to tempt me away from other Aveda conditioners (please try the Smooth Infusion line – it’s sensational!). I have friends who use this though, to good effect, and they tend to have straight and well-behaved hair, rather than voracious manes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love the scent! Maybe that's why I bought it. It reminded me of walking out of a salon with awesome silky tamed hair. I bought the shampoo and conditioner in a set. I was so excited to try it again. The girl in Aveda said it would be good for my hair.
Well well...not good. The first few days were fine. The shampoo does its job without any issues. The conditioner however... ugh! I do not have long hair anymore and that's a good thing because I think I would have used the whole bottle. I like putting conditioner on all my dry spots on my hair. I cannot tell you how much of the stuff I use. Ok wait, I can! My shampoo bottle is half used and my conditioner is almost done.
My hair became so dry! What exactly is the purpose of this conditioner? It does not hydrate, it does not detangle... it does the exact opposite! I'm almost done with it. I cannot throw away the bottle; it costs too much!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
This conditioner is actually really nice!
It moisturizes my hair nicely after the Shampure shampoo. It also leaves my hair pretty soft. It's a good conditioner! Don't expect it to save your hair from tons of heat and bleach, because nothing can save you there. I have pretty good hair naturally. It's quite long and a little on the fine side. This is a great example of a good conditioner. It does what it should do, and smells divine.
Never had any problems with it!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I don't know why so many people dislike this conditioner! I love it. I have highlights- but I only get my hair highlighted about once every 3-4 months, because my colour is very natural and low maintenance. I wash my hair about twice a week. I do a coconut oil deep conditioner once every couple of months. My hair is naturally straight and healthy.
Since using this conditioner, I have had so many good hair days! This conditioner does not weigh my hair down, it leaves my hair soft and tangle-free, and I actually love the scent. I would not recommend this for someone with overly dried or processed hair. But if your hair is in fairly good condition, this is a great product. I buy the big huge bottles and they last forever.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Why do they even call this a conditioner? I tried this with the matching shampoo today, and my hair feels absolutely terrible. I know describing hair as "feeling like straw" is overdone... but that's what it feels like! I added Aveda's Style-Prep smoother after this (as usual, I love that product) but my hair was so dry from the wash and "condition" that it barely helped. Huge disappointment. If I had bought full-size versions I would return them (I got trial/travel size to try it out). The citrus smell is also too strong and is giving me a headache. Awful experience - I'll never touch this stuff again! (I will note that I had a more positive experience with the smoothing shampoo and conditioner from Aveda.)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I wasn't crazy about this conditioner. I just didn't think it made my hair feel right after I conditioned it. it didn't make it soft, and silky. My hair was almost squeaky after I used it, which is a no no.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have A LOT of fine hair with lots of body and I wear it short. I have kicked the hair dyeing habit after 27 years of experimentation and my hair is currently 100% genuine virgin hair. I'm in a chlorinated swimming pool a minimum of 12 hours/week. My hair is crunchy. I washed it tonight with Aveda Sun Care Hair and Body Shampoo and used Shampure conditioner. It was my birthday just a couple days ago, so I treated myself to some Aveda products.I don't know yet if I will repurchase. The fragrance is fab and a loonie sized dollop was more than enough to moisturize my itchy scalp and smooth my chlorine-damaged hair. It performed pretty much like any other conditioner. It won't change your life, but the fragrance may lift your spirit. YMMV.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Filthy. Utterly offensive.
With a devotion to Shampure shampoo, you'd think this was the perfect marriage right? Think again. We all love the idea of synergy and combo's, so protect the shampoo and divorce it from this time-waster.
Bought as a duo, dreaming of fabulous, manageable and carefree hair from hereon (well. as carefree as one could hope) I was as excited as a little girl on Christmas morning. So imagine my dismay, once all shampooed up, time came to condition, I, as all do when breaking into an exciting new buy with high promises, read the 'Instructions' a dozen times and more for maximum benefits, generously applied the gloop (think opaque and runny). My generous dollop barely covered my shortest of manes, hence, we dolloped again, and thrice. You get the drift. Nope, after impatiently drumming my fingers for the product do its magical thing, I rinsed. And then, I stressed. The filthy stuff reversed any good effects done by Shampure's goodness, and made the thatch atop of my head feel like straw. Tangled, rough and generally, messed up, I grabbed a cheap chemical, though effective conditioner in defeat.
No good. Indeed, the only good thing going for this bottle of waste was the scrumptious aroma that replicates the shampoo. Benefits whom? I can't fathom (not to mention my hair is pretty 'normal').
On second thought, benefits whom? Baldies.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
After chopping off nearly 10 inches of hair, I felt like trying out a new shampoo and conditioner other than the ones sold at a drugstore. I came across Aveda; this line is sold at my hair salon that I usually go to so I figured I would give this a try. I picked up Aveda Shampure Shampoo and Condtioner (I saw it in Allure Magazine). This shampoo and conditioner is gentle enough for me to use daily, it is mild but it still lathers up pretty well. It cleanses and fortifies my hair (I have pretty thick, straight hair, that tends to get oily). After using this for about a month, I have noticed that if I go a day of without washing my hair, it does not become oily as usual. This is the first shampoo I can skip a hair washing and not worry about getting the oily roots, and it even leaves my hair smelling fresh, even after day two. It makes my hair smooth and shiny! One thing I do not like, is it's smell... It is not too bad, I guess it is because it does not smell fruity, the kind of shampoo's and conditioner's that I am use to, instead it smells sort of euphoric (nothing wrong with that). Lol! It is not too expensive, it is worth the price, but I think I will still search for a new shampoo and conditioner after this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
the Shampure line is far more reasonable priced than the rest of the hair products! I have coarse, curly-wavy hair that is naturally dry . this didnt give much moisture. actually, none. however, it was awesome for CO washing and my roots didnt feel gross at the end of the day. I still need more moisture, so i use the Be Curly conditioner. but sometimes ill add a touch of this as leave in
my only complaint is this and the shampoo have the exact same bottle. so blind me in the shower without contacts has to pick up each bottle to see what is what. I fixed the problem by switching the shampoo cap with the Aveda detox shampoo that is brown so that i can easily tell the difference of which one i am grabbing. yes, I am that blind and cant read the bottles from 6 inches away!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Love the smell, effective conditioner... nice everyday product to use along with Shampure shampoo.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love this condish! This is the first conditioner I have EVER been able to spread all over my hair, (on roots, not just the ends because I have oily hair) without it making it greasy or weighing it down! I love it! It makes my hair shiny. This isn't really for "deep conditioning" so I jusst use a balm or creme on the ends only after I rinse. Oh, and the smell is amazing! Will definitly rebuy!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I loved this at first, in conjunction with the shampoo, but for the very first time in my life, my scalp broke out!! It had also stopped working for my hair and seems to be making it less manageable. It may be the proteins in this, as too much can make hair brittle. Like the hippyish aroma, though.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
OK, I love Aveda. The Smooth Infusion line is magical. I just got my hair cut today at an Aveda salon and my stylist washed and conditioned my hair with Shampure. Holy stink! I actually had to wash my hair when I got home because I could not stand the smell. My friend also commented that my hair didn't look shiny or clean as soon as I got back from the salon. I'll be sticking to Aveda's Smooth Infusion line.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
This is a very decent conditioner, and I love the scent. However, I found that both this product & the shampoo irritated my scalp. My skin is relatively sensitive.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
This is a very light conditioner, even for someone with fine and healthy hair. In combination with the shampoo, it provided little to no moisture and left me with dryed out ends after two weeks of use.