64% would repurchase
on 1/20/2018 9:26:00 PM
More reviews by butterflygirl
Great color hair is soft after using this. This is the only hair color I use it's not easy to find in stores
on 1/17/2018 6:56:00 AM
More reviews by AudreyGrace82
Ok, I am probably a tad bit older than most Herbal Essences users, but I used this in the 90s and it was my favorite shampoo. They discontinued it, and I moved on to other, more expensive shampoo and conditioner. However, when I saw this back at Target, I scooped up a couple of bottles. Turns out I love it just as much now as I did then! In fact, I have a shower full of salon and sulfate-free shampoos, and I am always reaching for my Herbal Essences. This still leaves my hair soft, shiny, and clean, even after repeated use. I don't think it strips my hair more than any other shampoo; in fact, I think it's just the act of washing period that leads to color fading eventually. I hope this never gets discontinued again!
on 1/16/2018 10:01:00 AM
More reviews by LolaBlue
My hair stylist swears by this cleansing conditioner, and I bought it on her recommendation. I switch between this and As I Am Coconut Co-Wash depending on how dry my scalp is/how dirty my hair is; if my scalp is feeling dry I use this, and if my hair is a little dirtier than usual I use the As I Am. This is thick, rich, and moisturizing. I would say if you have and oily scalp/hair definitely skip this as it will be too heavy. Anyway, while it's rich I can still easily work this conditioner into my scalp and through the length of my hair, and rinsing is never a problem. If I'm not blow drying my hair afterwards I skip leave-in's entirely and once my hair is air dried it perfect; bouncy, but not frizzy, and super soft.
on 1/12/2018 1:23:00 PM
More reviews by butterfly1968
Okay, I've only used this once, but I wanted to leave a review because if anyone is like me, they look up Makeupalley reviews before making a product purchase. I saw so many good ones on this and it was on sale at the Rite-Aid, so I thought, let's give it a try. I have layered shoulder length wavy hair -- fine, but a lot of it. I put it on, twisted into a bun on my head and went to bed. when I first took it out in the morning, it was okay. Not any better than anything else I tried, but okay. Then I like to do a bit of a twist pieces, clip them up, blow hot air on them, let it cool and take it down. Well. My hair was actually fuzzy when I took it down. Not frizzy. Fuzzy. It looked like a q-tip. It actually looked damaged. I assume it's not, just that this thing gave me some crazy weird texture. But not sure I'll be trying it again. The MA ladies usually steer me in the right direction and away from the wrong direction, but this was a waste of money for me (at least it was only three bucks, though!)
on 1/11/2018 1:56:00 PM
More reviews by hebrides
I wanted tea tree oil shampoo for a small patch of eczema on my scalp and I chose this because it smelled better than all the "health food store" tea tree shampoos. Well, this clearly has almost no tea tree oil content and it is not helping my scalp. Yet it's got some ingredients that cause a film on my hair and can't be rinsed out. I'm sorry I bought this and I won't be using it much. Clearly it was just a marketing gimmick to create a product with tea tree oil. However, if you really want that treatment, this isn't going to do it. It's just a shampoo and not a very good one. Yes I admit I thought it was great that it was under $4 whereas all the others were $10 or more. But I may give in and buy the real tea tree shampoo.
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