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Hi everyone. It's Thursday evening but I'm getting the Friday vibes already. I love Fridays. <3 Actually, today's post is a follow-up from my earlier review on Clairol Herbal Essences Color Me Shiny Shampoo. After shampooing, this is a great conditioner to use for colored/dyed hair to retain its glow.
[Directions/ How I use It]
- On clean and wet hair, apply conditioner thoroughly, concentrating on the ends.
- Leave for 2-3 minutes and rinse thoroughly
- Avoid contact with eyes \
(I'm not sure why this is important. It didn't hurt my eyes though)
[What It Does]
It says on the back of the bottle:
-Professional performance formula
deeply conditions to enhance color's vibrancy, for healthy looking colour &shine.
-Colour locking complex with UV filters, Vitamin E
and pure Aloe that moisturises and protects color treated hair.
As you can see from the photo above, this conditioner has deep moisturizing properties. The texture is creamy with medium consistency and transparent-white in color. Just for comparison sake, I have colored hair with normal thickness, frizzy and slightly dry. I just use a bit of conditioner, and leave the conditioner in for around 2 minutes and then wash it off with water. My hair feels slightly heavier(doesn't weighs it down), and I guess that is due to the deep conditioning. Hair will feel clean and not greasy or oily at all. Just comb your fingers through your hair. Sooooooooo smooth. Seriously.
I love the fact that it has UV filter, and this protects color treated hair, especially from the sun. (^^) Hence, your hair color can last longer. It is claimed on the bottle that there is colour locking complex that enhances color's vibrancy, but I am not too sure if it enhances the colour. As for how it smells like, this conditioner has a fresh scent that is not too strong.
[Would I But It Again?]
This is my 'n' bottle (uncountable repurchases) of this conditioner, and I'd keep buying it as long as I have colored hair. I'm using this daily. And yes, there's a pump version too. Recommended for dyed/colored hair.
Do you have a favorite hair conditioner?
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