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At the end of a long day we could all use a fresh start—the same goes for our hair. When product buildup and styling stress leave your locks feeling dull, use Number 4 Clarifying Shampoo, subtly scented with white freesia, golden amber, and warm musk, to gently cleanse without stripping moisture or color.
I had high hopes for this shampoo because I am constantly looking for a product that will work perfectly with my unruly hair. Unfortunately, I really didn't see a difference between using this shampoo versus the Vidal Sassoon shampoo I own. It certainly didn't make my hair look bad, but I didn't notice any increase in my hair's overall look.3
I like products ok, but I wish the samples has both come in bottles so I could give it a couple of days use to try. I also have color-treated hair, so I feel better knowing that I am using a product formulation designed specifically for that as opposed to a clarifying product.3
I liked how it stripped down the oils in my hair, but it was really hard to lather it. Took a lot more product than I was used to (quite a large dollop in my hand).3
I feel like this shampoo was good at getting out product build-up but it was also pretty drying.3
This shampoo didn't seem to do anything different for me. Smell is ok but its way to pricey,3
This shampoo was really thick. I had to put my head under the faucet after applying this to my hair in order to get it to lather. It smells ok I guess.3
I enjoyed the shampoo sample but I already have a brand I've been using for years called Bumble and Bumble. I wish you guys carried the brand. They have awesome hair products!3
Loved the smell of this shampoo quite a lot. Like others, I also had to use more than a dime size amount for it to lather and feel like it's working through my hair, even though I have very short hair.3
This product worked just like any other product that I've used. However, it did smell really good!3
Clarifying shampoos don't always smell great. But these shampoo does it job well.3