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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.
Tried this product once, and regretted it. I have dyed hair so avoid clarifying shampoos.1
I have too much hair for a product that does not lather or at least spread around easily!1
This shampoo was not for me. It made my hair very coarse and matted. I had to wash it again only hours after washing with this shampoo. It smelled wonderful though. Maybe it was just my hair or something, but it just did not work for me.1
great scent, nice texture. But, I only use sulfate-free shampoo & conditioning products. Not for me! wish them came out with a sulfate free version.1
This lathered up nice and stripped my hair squeaky clean, but to me it's not worth the price. V05 Lime and Kiwi squeeze is a super squeaky-clean shampoo for a complete fraction of the price.1
I didn't care for this shampoo. I know it says it's highly concentrated, so I only used a small amount at first. It felt like it wasn't working, so I added a bit more. There was little to no lather, which makes it hard to tell how much to use. It felt like as soon as I put it in my hand and then started to work into my hair that it washed away before it could actually clean my hair. Not a fan.1
This was an effective shampoo it just didn't get sudsy for me. I like shampoo's that get sudsy because I feel like they are working.1
I only use a clarifying shampoo once in a very blue moon, my hair doesn't get greasy enough for the stripping I've found most clarifying shampoo does, and this was no exception. It also kind of smells a bit like medicine, or a doctor's office, very 'sterelizing' which I'm sure adds to the sensation that you are taking drastic measures with your hair. Still, I was certainly not sold and I'm not sure that my hair after (although with markedly more volume) was worth the tangles of not having a lot of conditioner/argan oil in it. Probably also could've used soap to achieve the same stripping effect.
A miss for me.
I'd prefer pureology over this product. It has a better smell and tingles. =)1
First off, I was not impressed with the size of the sample.
Secondly, I was not a fan of the scent.
It did leave my hair feeling nice, however.