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At the end of a long day we could all use a fresh start—and the same goes for our hair. When product buildup and styling stress leave strands feeling and looking dull, this clarifying shampoo, subtly scented with white freesia, golden amber, and warm musk, gently cleanses without stripping moisture or color. Black currant and soy restore vibrancy, acai berry and vitamin C deliver youth-boosting antioxidants, oolong tea and Irish moss defend against environmental damage, and lemongrass and oatmeal gently cleanse and purify. This shampoo is also vegan-friendly and free from sulfate/sodium chloride and parabens.
I have long hair and this sample was not near enough product to clean my hair. Had to mix it with my shampoo to wash it completely.2
It definitely cleaned my hair, but left it feeling a little dry. I felt like I had to use more conditioner than usual afterwards, but it did feel like it cleaned up all the build-up from products.2
I really did not like the scent of this shampoo and I thought it is very expensive.2
My hair felt like straw after using this. I'm sure that it removed residue but my hair was brittle and dry. A little to clarifying I think!2
To me, it had a chemical smell and was super gooey and thick for a shampoo. I just couldn't get over the amount of chemical ingredients and the smell!2
I used this with the no. 4 masque that came with this sample. My hair actually feels drier and looks frizzier after using this than it normally does (my hair rarely looks frizzy) . I guess that could be due to the "clarifying" aspect of the product (removes moisture as well as product build up??) but I would expect the masque from the same brand to help correct this, which it didn't. Also, the smell was a bit masculine so appeal to me2
Couldn't tell if it left a build up after multiple uses, hair too long and sample too small. Guess it worked ok, but similar cheeper products may work better.2
But I already have one that I love and I won't be switching any time soon2
Why do expensive shampoos smell weird? I would never spend 38 dollars on a shampoo out of principle. This was not even as good or got my hair as clean as my cheapo ones.2
This shampoo cleanses your hair well. The downfall is how hard it is to work into your hair.2