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After one too many dye jobs, our strands were starting to look pretty fried. But not anymore, thanks to this this color-protecting shampoo from luxe brand SHU UEMURA. In addition to smelling like roses (literally), it keeps color-treated locks hydrated, protected, and glossy. Even if you’re sporting your natural hue, you can use it to get vibrant hair worthy of a shampoo commercial.
For the price, my hair didn't feel any better than my regular Aveeno shampoo that I use everyday. Not worth the money.2
I don't think this product is for me...but then again, trying it only one time may not have been enough to really see a difference.2
It wasn't a bad product, but I don't think I would spend that kind of money on something that seemed to work as well as supermarket brands.2
I hate to admit it but I think I'm a cheap-shampoo kinda girl. I like lather.2
This product has a lovely light scent, and lathers well.2
not that impressed. didn't seem any better than cheaper drugstore brands. way over priced and didn't care for the scent.2
I'm sure this product works well for some, but I did not care for the rosy scent or the heaviness it gave to my hair. I have fine, thin hair and I felt like this did not do anything for it.1
This product did NOT impress me at all. I am currently using a different, much cheaper shampoo and conditioner that leave my hair with much more shine and soft texture. After using this, my hair felt dry and brittle. I did not see any difference at all...1
I threw this away and never cracked the seal to try it. It was a good size sample but I'm plenty satisfied with Wen. Having "sparkly" hair isn't a selling point for me.1
I was so excited to use this product on my color treated hair. When I dried my hair it felt mushy and like it had a lot of product in it. I only used it once because it was so bad.1