Sacha Cosmetics • Sally - Hair One Hair Cleanser and Conditioner • Hair
|Would buy this product again.||67%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I first tried the Sweet Almond Oil version in a sample I got at Sally's. I was pleasantly surprised!! It made my fly-away, flat thin hair more thicker with more texture. The day I first used this a coworker asked me if I did anything to my hair because it looked fuller! I find that it is easier to style after using it. I sometimes wash my hair w/a little moisturizing shampoo to get all the hairspray and product that I use out then I work this in my hair. My hair is very tangle/snarl prone and although this is not as effective as a regular conditioner for snarls it is not as harsh and stripping as regular shampoo. I'll work in a little regular conditioner to give my hair extra-moisture before I rinse this out. I think this has protein in it which helps my type of hair texture but might not be for everyone. Oh, I think the Sweet Almond Oil version smells great :) RECOMMEND!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I have naturally thick curls and this product left them a bit dry and without lustre. Maybe it was the alcohols in it drying it out. I need more moisture. Maybe if you have dry curly hair, use a seperate conditioner after. But on the plus side no silicones and smelled great, felt clean and my curls automatically fell into the right places.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I actually waited till I'd used this product a few times to review, simply because I didn't want to be premature about how well it worked. But, 3 washes later, I am still so happy with my results that I had to review it!
I have fine hair, but a lot of it, going just past my shoulders. It is dry at the ends, but gets oily at the roots without a good clean. To find a product that conditions my ends without leaving my roots greasy has been a lifelong struggle. However, thanks to this product, that struggle no longer exists!
I became interested in cleansing conditioners when I learned that sulfates, the chemicals that cause the lather in most shampoos, aren't very healthy and actually strip oils from your hair, resulting in overproduction of sebum. I began looking into Wen, but it was so expensive at $40/16oz bottle that I simply couldn't justify it. It was then I learned that L'Oreal had their own type of sulfate free cleansing conditioner, so I ran out and bought it. It was only marginally cheaper at $13/8.3oz bottle. However, it was too moisturizing. The first day after wash my hair was pretty nice, then the next day I had to wash all over again. That was when I found out I could buy Hair One at my local Sally Beauty!
I picked up the Sweet Almond Oil one. I was torn between the Almond and the Cucumber, as both say they are for normal hair. I picked the Almond in the end because it smelled better. I am in love with the scent, I wish it stayed on my hair longer! It cost me about $16 for a 12oz bottle. This is still pretty expensive for a hair cleanser, but had it not worked I could have returned it for a full refund. It was still less expensive per oz than both Wen and L'Oreal.
Upon using it, I found that it had a very thick and creamy consistency. This was very nice, as I felt that it coated my hair nicely and felt very nourishing. I applied the conditioner, starting at my scalp, then nape of neck, then scrubbing for a few minutes as instructed. I then added some more pumps to the rest of my hair. I would say I probably used around 20-25 pumps in all, which may seem like a lot, but I ended up having clean hair for 3 days, so I saved by not having to wash as often. I did not use a wide tooth comb to comb through, but found it very effective to turn my head upside down, both to scrub my scalp AND to comb through with my fingers.
I'm not sure why people say it tangles your hair when it's in. To me I had no problem combing through, it felt very much like a conditioner. Upon rinsing it out, it rinsed very quickly and cleanly, although I think your water hardness probably makes a difference there. I did not experience any tangles or hair loss.
I rubbed two pumps through my damp hair after washing as a leave in, then towel dried. Usually I would let it air dry but it was cold and I wanted to see the results, so I blow-dried it using the warm-not hot- setting. Results? Oh my word, my hair is silky, soft, not too flat, and oh so straight withought me even touching a flat iron. I can't stop touching it, and everyone noticed the difference. It is very light feeling as well. As I mentioned before, I can now go about 4 days between washes before my hair gets oily. So it is definetley worth the almost $20. You can buy normal shampoo for that price, and you'd have to use it every day.
The last words are: Never will I shampoo again!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I thought this product was kind of weird at first. I have never used something so rich and creamy to wash my hair before. I usually like shampoo that lathers up real nice but I know that those kind of shampoos with sulfates can be damaging to your hair and strips them of the oil your hair needs. I bought three trail packs at Sally Beauty for $1.59 each because I wanted try the different kinds. So far I have only tried the Sweet Almond Oil for Normal Hair one. I have fine hair, but a lot of it (according to my hair dresser) and this did not weigh my hair down. I feel like my hair was moisturized and did not tangle too badly (which it normal does). It also left my hair smelling good..light and clean smelling. My husband even commented that my hair smelled good.
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Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this. Yes, I am never going back to normal hair products either.
My hair is long, down to my waist, naturally straight, not too fine but not thick either. I do not color, perm my hair, ever and I rarely use a hair straightener.
I use Hair One (Olive Oil) to co-wash my hair for two days in a row and then I use a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner combo. This routine works perfectly and my hair has never been better. It is so soft, shiny and healthy.
I have to mention that I always use cold water when washing my hair, I normally dry it with a towel, then let it air dry and finish it with a blow drier (cold temperature). I swear by this product and I am always recommending it to anyone who will listen.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Blue
When I first started to use the product, I was in may late 50's. I noticed that my hair was starting to get that "old lady fuzzy look." Like many other people, I decided to try this product instead of Wen because of price. I have been using it for about a year and a half, and couldn't be happier. I feel that it has taken the "aged look" from my hair. I actually have much more body. At first, it was hard to get used to putting this on before jumping in the shower. I now have adopted the routine of putting it on, getting out my clothes, flossing and brushing. It is all what you get used to. I gave a bottle to my 24 year old daughter, and she is now a believer. Her hair looks full and healthy.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
So far I've only tried L'Oreal's Cleansing Conditioner, which I really liked and inspired me to explore others. I also have Wen now, which I have yet to try, so I will likely be updating this review in light of that. I do not like this as much as L'Oreal's, which happens to be even cheaper than this. A couple things; this doesn't feel nearly as moisturizing in a few ways. When it's in my hair I cannot run my fingers through it like I can with the L'Oreal. It also absolutely requires me to use additional conditioner. When I'm styling, my hair doesn't want to behave nearly as well and once I'm done styling, it feels like I've used a normal moisturizing shampoo, nothing special. I think this could be good to use in my rotation when my hair needs a little extra cleaning, but other than that, L'Oreal's beats this hands down. I am also not a fan of the menthol for a couple reasons; the scent and I happen to think menthol is very irritating. ETA: I used the Olive Oil version. UPDATE: Wen is better than this by quite a bit. This is very close to a regular hydrating shampoo. Wen is creamier. However, I STILL think L'Oreal is my favorite of all of them. I now have Salon Grafix Cleansing Conditioner and will compare and update. Like I said before, I may still use this in my rotation for a little extra cleansing when I need it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought the sample size (isn't it amazing that Sally's has so many of them! :D) so I guess it was the Olive Oil kind. I was so very pleasantly surprised!!! I would have never bought full size/price yet I gave the sample a shot and I was amazed that it softened my hair yet it actually felt clean. I followed with a deep conditioner packet but I think the shampoo alone was great. I don't think I'd ever lay down the cash for WEN. But I will buy another sample size of this. I probably won't buy the full size only because I am happy with cheaper shampoos but for people who go higher end I think it's great.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I had been using wen cucumber and aloe cleansing conditioner when I ran across this on sale at Sally. I bought the one for color treated hair. I use a lot of products to style my stick straight short hair and the wen instantly dissolves the products. This takes a little more work but still does a really great job. I don't use 1/2 the amount they tell you to and I still get nice results. It really does help preserve my hair that is naturally dirty dishwater blonde and colored dark red. I was coloring every couple of weeks because red fades so fast. Now I can go at least a month. It leaves my hair clean and conditioned and never greasy. I wash my hair daily because I just feel gross if I don't so I can't comment on how many days one can go before the need to wash again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
A little background, I have dirty blonde hair that I get highlighted every 8 weeks. My hair is fine, but because I have so much it gives off the illusion of thick hair. It is dry and slightly damaged from coloring and heat styling. Like EVERYONE here, I wanted to try WEN. Well, last year I had an impulse buy and bought the large bottle of WEN Fig cleansing conditioner because at the time, my hair had gone from bleach blonde to red. It was fried, frizzy and angry! I hated the way the WEN Fig smelled, to me it smelled of bacon and because I had to use 40 pumps each use, I went through the bottle quickly. I followed the directions and still managed to have greasy hair the next day. My hair did not look any better either. I became discouraged and when I finished the bottle, I never bought a new one. So, fast forward to now, I went to Sallyís to get some purple shampoo. I recently went back to my natural color of dirty blonde and started getting highlights and wanted to make sure they didnít get brassy. I spotted the Hair One products and remembered how people compared them to WEN. I decided to give this brand a try because Iím a product junkie and I love to try new things. I bought the Olive Oil one for dry hair because my hair is on the dry side from coloring, blow drying, and straightening it weekly. I followed the directions using 7 pumps on the crown, 8 pumps for the nape of my neck and 10 pumps for the length of my hair (which is mid back). The first thing I noticed about this cleansing conditioner is that itís not entirely easy to detangle your hair with, but I managed to comb the product though. The next thing I noticed was when I rinsed this out, it really rinsed out. My hair felt slightly stripped which worried me. It was hard to detangle out of the shower, but once I got it brushed and used my usual styling products it felt better. After styling my hair I found it to be soft and shinny which made me happy. I also found that I could go at least two days in between washings without being greasy. I do love this product, but I thought that my ends needed more moisture, so I purchased the Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Moroccan Sleek Oil Treatment for Frizzy, Dry, Unmanageable Hair. So now I still use the Hair One as directed, but add a dime size of this product to my 10 pumps for my ends. This gives my hair slip and makes it much easier to detangle. I use about a half a pump of the hair one and a very small amount of the Garnier Sleek & Shine treatment as a leave in and my hair looks and feels great! Overall I like this better then WEN and will continue to purchase it.
EDIT: This began to dry my hair out, even when using the Garnier Oil for my ends. I gave this to my boyfriend who has enjoyed it. His short (Non processed) hair seems to thrive on this stuff. HOWEVER, I decided to give Wen another chance because I wanted to do a compaison. Like I said before I did not like the Wen Fig, so I bought the Sweet Almond Mint from Sephora. Okay, this stuff smells great and works like a charm! My hair is so soft and easy to detange. I recently have been trying to be kinder to my hair by using a less heat and washing and this stuff has been a god send. It seriously makes my hair so soft and healthy. I even use as a leave in conditioner and it smooths the ends without making my roots greasy. ( I do not use a full pump!) Anywho, if you can afford Wen and your hair needs extra TLC then I would splurge! However, if you hair is in a good condition and you main concern isnt to moisturize it, then Hair One is still a great product!!!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I buy this in the 33.8 oz bottles because I use a LOT of conditioner (no matter what brand). These huge bottles cost around $25-$26, so this product is a major bargain for me! The Argan Oil formulation is my favorite. I use the Sweet Almond formula on my 4 year old daughter's hair, and her hair has never looked so good - shiny, and bouncy instead of frizzy and straw-like. Hair One leaves my hair clean, full of body, plus shiny with bouncy curls. I use it as a cleanser when I need to wash my hair. In addition, I use it as a refresher rinse and/or a leave-in conditioner. I love the way this makes my scalp tingle and feel soothed. Because of Hair One, my hair care spending is a fraction of what it used to be. I wish I'd found this conditioner years ago!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Update: After using for 1.5 months I've stopped. It was fine for the first month but after that I started noticing that I was getting a lot of random breakage. (Like, I would find 2 to 3 inch pieces of hair all over the place and confused because I have really long hair.) I've stopped using this for 3 weeks now and I'm not getting that breakage anymore. So weird. No idea why this causes that but taking a lippie away.
This Review is for: Olive Oil for Dry Hair
My Hair: East Asian, Dry, Heat Damage.
The Product: I like this and will be buying it again. It cleans my hair well and doesn't leave a heavy residue. (Previous CO wash only experiences have not been this good.) The smell isn't likeable exactly but it's not bad (think... faint liquorish? smell) because it's a) faint and b) doesn't linger. I do clarify with baby shampoo once every two to three weeks though. (I only wash my hair 2 to 3 times a week because it's too dry for more than that.)
Cons: There are only 2 cons for me. 1) the product is too thick. I had to pour it into a different container and add about 1/3 water before it was a "good" texture for me but I freely admit to preferring slightly more watery conditioner. 2) If you don't get it off of your skin (think back of neck) it might break you out a tad. This only happened to me after the first time I used it though. As long as you're mindful of washing it all the way off you're good.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used Wen for about a month and fell IN LOVE with it, but before I set up my auto delivery, I wanted to give this stuff a shot just to see. Honestly - it's not bad, but its NOTHING compared to Wen. I got Olive Oil H.O., and I used Lavender Wen - I have fairly thin, curly-ish, blonde (that I dye blonder) hair. I swim a lot ... my hair isn't in the best shape in the world. Wen made my hair feel like silk, this stuff made it feel like it did when I used my old shampoo and conditioner set. Had I not used Wen before this, I probably would have thought it was great - but there is certainly something to be said for quality. I also had to use about four times as much H.O., so it isn't even more economical for me to continue to use it. My hair isn't nearly as soft, and came out tangled. I have to brush it out before I can do anything with it, and when I used Wen every day, I didn't even touch my brush. I really am glad I tried it, took care of the "what if" and it wasn't so expensive that I regret my decision, but for me, it didn't hold my attention. If you love the idea of the cleansing conditioner, but really can't/won't bite the bullet and give Wen a shot (I am single, young and have no children - I can afford to indulge a little) then H.O. is a fair alternative.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I wanted to like this, but I'm not a big fan! My hair is fine, wavy, and pretty high porosity, so I tried the dry hair version & curly hair version and they both left my hair super dry, and I wasn't big on the smell either. They both kind of reminded me of the smell of the old-school Noxema face cream!! I've tried Wen before, but this stuff is not anything like Wen, IMO. The texture is more creamy/gloppy, it is slightly more "frothy", it's pretty heavily mentholated, and it didn't give enough slip for my liking. It could be that my hair is just really sensitive to the protein in this stuff, but I wasn't very happy with the results I got. I'm sure the Hair One line would work wonders for people with different hair properties than mine, but I liked the Salon Grafix cleansing conditioner a lot more than this, and it's a little cheaper too. The ingredients for the Hair One curly version, as listed on Sally's website:
Water (Aqua), Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Amodimethicone, CID 157846, PEG-60 Almond Glycerides, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Argania Spinosa Kernal Oil, Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract, Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit Extract, Rosa Roxburghii Fruit Extract, Panthenol, Butylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Menthol, Polysorbate 60, Citric Acid, BHT, Disodium EDTA, Potassium Sorbate, 1, 2-Hexanediol, Hexylene Glycol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance (Parfum).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Olive, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
It's only my second day using this product and i absolutely LOVE the results so far ! I'm using the Olive Oil for Dry Hair bottle. It was on sale at Sally's this week for $9.99. I really really wanted to try WEN but it was too much money for me so I tried this instead. My hair is pretty long and kind of thick but it was getting thinner and breaking a lot from all the styling tools so I wanted to see what Hair One would do and my hair is already fuller and really shiny so hopefully it continues to work this well!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Dark Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I am so angry right now. SO ANGRY. I purchased this because I was out of WEN and decided that before I spend another large chunk of change I should test this out. I bought the one labeled for curly hair (I have african american mostly 3c with 4a curly hair).
My hair felt so rough and dry with this stuff. It felt like I had used clarifying shampoo on my hair. I seriously don't know how much worse this stuff can be! I am a very frugal person and the WEN is such a huge splurge for me.
The only thing I hate more than paying a lot for something though is wasting money on a bad product. Never again on this stuff.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I just finished my first bottle of Hair One with Argan Oil for Curly Hair. I'm very happy I tried this product. I've been wanting to stop using shampoo on my curls for a while, and decided to try this out.
It's not super expensive, but I was a little scared to see how small the 12 oz. bottle looked for $11.99--the bottle did, however, last me over a month.
It does have a menthol smell to it, which I love (I like the cooling effect it has on my scalp as well).
I liked the fact that it came in a pump bottle...until I got down to the last probably 8th of the bottle, and could no longer get the product out with the pump, so that's a con, but I love this stuff enough that it's still worth it to battle out that last little bit.
Onto the performance: I wasn't overly impressed the first time I used it. I liked the smell, and my hair got clean, but I was very disappointed with the way my hair felt and looked when it dried. I realize now that this could have been that I wasn't using the product 100% correctly the first few times, but by the third week, I loved it. There is definitely a learning curve in using Hair One, but it's worth it if you just stick with it. I have found I get the best results when I follow the directions carefully (except maybe not using quite as much product as they recommend). The most important part is to rinse it out of your hair thoroughly. I then put a pump or so in as a leave-in. The reason you have to do this is because if you do not completely rinse the product out, then you aren't completely rinsing out the dirt, oil, etc. along with it.
Hair One with Argan Oil leaves my curls hydrated but clean, and they have new life and bounce.
Definitely the best my hair has ever looked.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got the Jojoba for color treated Hair One. My hair felt clean enough, but not as conditioned & volumizing as my L'Oreal. The scent is the deal breaker though, it smells like a chemical relaxer. I will stick to the L'Oreal Conditioning Cleanser until I win the lottery & can afford to try Wen.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I am reviewing this product after using it 5 times. So far I have to say I am in love. I wanted to try the Wen product line, but I will not put out $30+ for any hair product unless it's a flat iron or some other hair tool. For me, I am only using this and ONLY this on my hair every other day. I typically let my hair air-dry and I find my hair is really soft after using this. I don't have a need to put anything else on my hair. Currently, I am using the Dry Hair formula with Olive Oil. I originally went to Sally's to by the Cucumber one, but they were out. I paid $10.99 for the whole 12 oz bottle and I think that is a steal compared to Wen system. The pump is a little tough to manage at times. Sometimes it sticks. I definitely want to try the other varieties Sallys offer.
------> REVISED: I have changed my rating on this product. I have been using this product for a week and a half now. I am no longer in love with this product. This does make my hair feel incredibly nice and manageable, but it has caused my skin to break out. I was using the Dry Hair formula with OLIVE OIL, so I don't know if its the OO making my skin react, or the overall baseline ingredients. I was using this and only this product every other day. As I mentioned above, my intentions were to purchase the normal hair formula with cucumber, so maybe once my skin levels out I will try that one down the road. MAYBE.
Also, just as a recommendation for generally anyone, especially those using products containing oils (such as olive oil, jojoba, etc): It is so easy for your hair to collect build up from using these products. I HIGHLY recommend you use a clarifying shampoo as part of your hair care routine. I typically use a clarifying shampoo atleast every week and a half.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Surprised by the negative reviews here - I really LIKE this product! Definitely prefer the Tea Tree over the Johoba. Give it a try!