Hmm... what to say about Reincarnate? A friend of mine, who is a LUSH employee, gave this to me, saying it was wonderful for dark hair. However, I'm Korean-American and have really dark hair -- like, "as dark as you can get without being black because black hair apparently doesn't really exist" hair. So in that respect, Reincarnate doesn't really do it for me, as I think the henna in it is supposed to enhance warm brunette tones in hair; however, as with all LUSH shampoos I've tried, it does make my hair look super glossy without weighing it down.
The reason why Reincarnate gets three lippies is due to it's texture, smell, and shape. Unlike all of my favorite LUSH shampoos (you MUST try seanik, ultimate shine, and BIG), this one is difficult to work through my hair and lather up; it feels crumbly rather than melty in my hands, and as a result, my hair never really FEELS clean. And in terms of the smell, it smells like a very spicy incense/patchouli, which is not my favorite -- think LUSH's Karma soap but without the lovely citrus. It fades quickly, especially if you condition afterward, but part of the joy of LUSH products is having your shower smell like heaven, no? And finally, although this is a minor, minor quibble, I wish Reincarnate was shaped like the majority of LUSH solid shampoos, so it would fit into the shampoo tin.
I'll use up this huge chunk that my friend gave me, but I won't be repurchasing. You can't find this in the LUSH stores, but it is in the Retro section online.