Shampoo -Clairol - Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Moisturizing Shampoo
Jadeke 5/10/2013 7:27:00 AM
I really hate this shampoo, it made my hair so greasy and my scalp was really itchy. The conditioner is okay, but not very spectaculair or very nourishing.
This is an okay shampoo, but not for blond hair. When I use it my darker parts are much more noticeable. I have highlights, because my hair gets a lot darker in the winter, but it grows very fast. After one month my darker blonde hair is already noticeable. So I need shampoos that light up my dark hair as well as cleaning it. I like the shampoo from the extreme line a lot, but my mother has this one and I decided to give it a try. It does clean your hair, and I didn't need conditioner + it's straight when I let it air dry, and my scalp doesn't feel itchy. My mom has brown coloured hair, and her hair looks really shiny and healthy, so maybe it's more suitable for brunettes.
I really like this shampoo, but I wouldn't use it too often. After I wash my hair, I notice my hair feels stronger, but I definitely need a conditioner with it. I use the health factor from TIGI's S-factor, because I've recently got a lot of hair products as a present, and the matching Redken conditioner wasn't included. I don't know if the conditioner would be an improvement, because I already use a very nourishing conditioner. Maybe I'll try it out in the future. So anyway back to the shampoo. It has a very pleasant smell, kinda vanilla, but not too overwhelming, it's subtle and it doesn't linger in your hair. I will keep using it to help my hair gain strength, because that's what it's for, it's not a shampoo for everyday use, or even weekly use. If your hair needs a boost try it, but don't use it too much. It's also great for your haircolour. I have highlighted hair, and this really helps against fading. My mom uses the one for coloured hair, and she really likes it. She doesn't even use conditioner and her hair looks great. So yes I'm impressed with this shampoo, and after using a lot of Kérastase, I've just realized that none of the Kérastase shampoos were that amazing, most of them were just too heavy for my hair. So I'm glad I finally tried out Redken and Tigi.
This is one of the best conditioners I have ever used. My hair absorbs this conditioner so fast, and it makes my hair so smooth and manageable. Really really great stuff!
I love this shampoo, after years of searching I finally found a good shampoo that cleans my hair, and keeps it clean for days. I can actually skip two days now between washing. The smell is divine, it's like some fruity drink, or something from a candy store. It lathers very good, and it leaves my hair very soft and manageable. I use it together with the conditioner (which is also great), and I don't even have to blow dry my hair anymore. It is expensive in my country, but I buy it online or at a shop that sells barber supplies and salon shampoos like Tigi, Redken, ... at lower prices.
Wow great shampoo, I didn't except it to be this good. I have very fine hair and this shampoo really cleaned my hair, but without making it dry. For the first time in a very long time I didn't have to use any conditioner or mask + it looks very straight. My hair looks like it did when I was a child. I'm really impressed. I normally use bain satin 1 but it tangles my hair so I also have to use a conditioner, and conditioners make my hair greasy, so this is definitely a plus. It reminds me of a shampoo from L'Oréal Professional that I bought a couple of years ago. It was such an amazing shampoo also specially made to protect the hair against the sun, and it really nourished my hair. I'll update in a few weeks. UPDATE It really dried out my hair, so I'll only use it when my hair needs protection against the sun or sea.
Toners -Caudalie - Eau de Raisin Hydratante - Grape Water
Jadeke 3/24/2013 12:31:00 PM
I love this stuff, it' really moisturizing, and it makes my skin glow. I was lucky to buy it in a set with the s.o.s thirst serum, and the vinosource moisturizing sorbet, for 20 euros (26 dollars).
When I first tried this shampoo, I hated it. My hair was really damaged, and it didn't really like this shampoo for some reason, but now my hair likes it. I have fine hair, but lots of it, I and very oily roots, and I need shampoos to clean my scalp but do not take away moisture. This shampoo cleaned my scalp, and left my hair very smooth and stronger. Normally I use Lush rehab, and it's a bit the same. They both really clean my hair, but do not strip it. However I always use a conditioner after I've used Bain Divalent, because my ends are dry, but they've alway been dry, even though I have healthy lengths. I must warn you not to use it every single day. Use it once a week when you really want to clean your hair, but this isn't for every day use. If you want a shampoo for every day of the week, try Crystalliste. Crystalliste is very mild, and perfect for long hair. It depends on your hair off course. My hair hates bain de force, it leaves a layer on my hair, and it makes it look greasy. And some of the styling products like ciment thermique and oleo relax serum were just awful. Only nectar thermique works, don't ask me why. Like I said it depends. If you really want to know if something works, just aks a sample. I'm thinking of trying one of the bain nutritive shampoos, probably bain satin 2 or bain nutri-thermique. I really like nectar thermique, but I don't really like the masquintinse hair masque. So I don't know if bain satin 2 will be good for my hair. I agree with Kérastase being very expensive, but it's better than supermarket shampoos. I've tried so many shampoos, and the supermarket shampoos really dried out my hair, and made it look static without any shine. So you pay for what you get. And it really lasts long, because you don't have to use a lot of shampoo, in fact you should add water instead of shampoo, using too much shampoo isn't good, and only use it on your roots, your ends will be cleaned when you rinse your hair.
I love this stuff, it's the only oil that immediately sunk into my skin. It makes my skin very soft. I've been using it for more than a month now, and my skin has improved so much. All my acne scars are gone, my skin looks so beautiful, and I don't get any zits anymore. It's really amazing stuff.
My favourite mascara. I have long lashes, and with this mascara it looks like I'm wearing fake eye lashes. It's a bit pricy, and it's not waterproof, but I've never had an accident when I walked in the rain.
I love this stuff! It makes my hair silky and smooth, and the smell is divine! However don't use too much product, because it will make your hair greasy. I only use it when I go out, because my hair gets greasy very fast.
Love this shampoo! It cleans my hair like no other shampoo has ever done. It took a while for my hair to adjust to it, but now my hair loves it. The fair trade honey shampoo is also great, especially for people with blond hair, because it lightens your hair.
I use this in the shower, and it's very moisturizing. It doesn't irritate my skin, and it smells so good. I have very sensitive skin, and I have to be careful with what products I use, because some can really dry out my skin. This doesn't, it makes my skin really soft.
I really like this stuff. I have a very oily skin, and this makes my skins less oily, and very soft. I would advice you to use it in the shower, because when you put on on your face, it's easier to wash it all of in the shower. The smell is fine, it reminds me of anise which is nice.
Treatments -Aussie - New 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor
Jadeke 9/24/2012 9:58:00 AM
The best conditioner ever! My hair really absorbs this stuff, and it doesn't weigh my hair down at all. I have blonde shoulder length hair that has been through a lot over the years, and this really makes it look healthy. Too bad they don't sell it in Belgium, but luckily I can buy it in the Netherlands.