|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
I like this better than the hydrating shampoo. This is for coarse, thick and dry hair which I have, and also I have wavy hair. It lathers great.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
My hair was dry from a perm and color and was told to buy Biolage
Ultra-Hydrating systeme. It came with the Ultra-Hydrating balm- got at Wal-Mart Beauty Salon -very affordable
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I use the BioSilk Therapy every day--I like it OK, but the shampoo and conditioner are no good for me! Makes my tangly, babyfine wavy hair frizz, and feel REALLY strange after rinsing--even after using the matching conditioner. Feels like every strand has just POPPED intoi shards of frizziness. Not even the smell can save this product for me!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Excellent product. My straight, long (mid-back) Asian hair loved this shampoo. Ridiculous as it sounds, I can really tell a difference.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I only just used this (once) this morning but I got so excited that I had to write a review now. I have relatively coarse Asian hair that gets dried out from the sun and hard water (I'm in the Los Angeles area) and have been going through all of the "hydrating" shampoos in the drugstore w/ no luck. Finally broke down and got this salon shampoo and the matching conditioning balm and tried them out. I could tell as soon as I was rinsing that this was the stuff for me. It left my hair soft and silky and I can actually run my fingers through my hair w/o getting stuck. The scent is non-offensive, very light, and shouldn't interfere w/ any perfumes or scented lotions you may use. SIDE NOTES: For reference purposes, when I say "relatively coarse" I mean coarse compared to Caucasian hair, but somewhat thin compared to the stereotypical Asian hair (well, according to my hairdresser who is Japanese).UPDATE 3/20/04: HEADLINE: SALON SHAMPOO GETS A$$ KICKED BY EL-CHEAPO DRUGSTORE BRAND. I used to think this shampoo was the end-all, be-all for my hair, until I realized that a product that makes it absolutely necessary to use silkening creams (and on straight, un-processed, un-colored Asian hair, nonetheless) was just wrong. Sometimes this stuff works as it did in my original review, but mostly it somehow manages to leave my hair frizzy and dry. Still, the pluses to this stuff are: light scent, lathers easily, and you don't use as much as drugstore shampoos so it lasts longer. I suppose this last "plus" is a "minus" now, though. Either way, who would've thought that Suave would leave my hair feeling better?
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I'm an avid Biolage S&C user, so when this came out I just had to try it. I have thick, course highlighted long hair (half Asian) and this stuff is a miracle if you have this hair type. It's meant for dry, coarse thickish hair anyways. The shampoo is like a conditioner in that it's very thick and saturating. Leaves my hair sleek and soft, but does weigh it down. The scent is the same as the original hydrating shampoo. I wouldn't recommend this for those with thin, fine hair.