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Sure, your hair color never looks quite as good as it does right when you leave the salon, but that doesn’t mean you should resign yourself to fading highlights and a lackluster hue. The entire Chroma line was designed to keep your shade intact, but the most critical component is Chroma Sensitive, a nourishing cleansing balm that is part conditioner, part cleanser. Gentle and low-foaming, this formula locks in color for healthier, brighter hair over time.
this left my hair feeling nice, I just don't think I'd spend the money on it.2
The product smells fantastic and does leave what hair it happens to clean quite. The problem is, it cleans very little of your hair, is impossible to rinse out, and the conditioner part seems to add to any buildup left from dry shampoo or styling product used while I was unable to wash my hair in the days following a coloring appointment. Disappointing, since I put great trust in this brand.1
didnt like this product at all. made my hair feel stringy and wasnt easy to rinse out of my hair. didnt smell great either1
I cannot say that I saw a difference with this shampoo. I also did not like that there was no lather, it just felt weird. It has a really nice scent though.1
I have dry, brittle hair and this product made my hair feel horrible. It also took forever to rinse the cleansing balm out of my hair.1
The smell was HORRIBLE. It didn't really make my hair feel soft or anything special either. I was not impressed with this product at all.1
Always excited to try out new hair products, but I do not have color-treated hair. I tried this anyway because I had not used Kerastase products before. It made my hair soft, but probably not worth the money.1