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It’s a myth that you need to work yourself into a lather every time you step inside the shower—where your hair is concerned, that is. This moisturizing no suds cleansing shampoo from NYC-based Hair Rules is the real deal, leaving strands squeaky clean without the (unwanted) help of harsh detergents.
I wasn't a big fan of this shampoo. I have pretty dry hair, so I usually only wash my hair 3-4 times a week. I felt like this shampoo didn't get my hair all the way clean, because it would look like I would need to wash my hair again the next day.1
My hair didn't feel clean and the strong smell stuck with me all day. Not for those with fine, straight hair.1
I tried this product because I have heard great reviews on sudless shampoos. After using it once I was a grease ball as soon as my hair was dry. The only positive is that my hair smelled great!1
The shampoo just wasn't for me. I don't understand the no suds appeal of a shampoo. The shampoo had a pleasing scent, but that's about the sum total of the positives for this shampoo, unfortunately.1
I didn't like this product. It was difficult to rinse out. And I think suds are kind of fun. Are suds really that bad for your hair? I don't know. But I am not a fan, so I won't be purchasing.1
I do not like this product. Maybe the no suds thing didn't work for me, but I felt like it did not clean my hair well and even left it a little greasy.1
I don't like the Hair Rules products. From the smell, to the heaviness, it's just not ideal for my type of curly hair. I use other no-lathering products and like them, just not the Hair Rules. But, now I know why I always see it in the Clearance section at the store.1
I guess I just don't understand the point of a no-suds shampoo. I felt like I could not get the product through my hair and had to use a lot of product. The directions also suggest not using a conditioner after. I don't think this product or these instructions are good for my long, dry, curly hair. Maybe it's not just meant for my type? I don't think this product smells very good either.1
I was not a fan of this shampoo. The idea of a non-lathering shampoo seems interesting, but makes it hard to figure out how much you've used on your hair already and how much you've washed out. Doesn't leave me with that "clean" feeling, so will skip in the future.1
this is another "cleansing conditioner" type shampoo, that basically has no sulfates and is really great for thick, coarse or curly (or both!), dry hair. If you have fine, thin, wavy hair like me, this would be good to use EVERY ONCE IN A BLUE MOON when you may have over-OVER-shampooed or just gone swimming in pure chlorine for a whole summer, but if you wash your hair just a few times a week, this will not give you what you need as far as scalp cleansing. I try these "cleansing conditioner" shampoos and want to love them SO BADLY, but the truth is (and I'm speaking as a licensed Hairdresser) some of use girls NEED our sulfates, we need a little lather to rough our hair up and get our scalps de-gunked. I used this product and really went to town scrubbing my scalp with my fingertips to get that "cleansing" action (wherever it is hidden in the thick creme) to work, and yes, my hair was silky and smooth, but it also felt greasy and like I was about 4 days past that "really need to shampoo" day. I felt like I'd need a dry shampoo on the same day I used this, just to help my scalp feel less greasy and take some of the heavy shine out of my poor limp locks. Are you from Micronesia? You will love this stuff, just use it after you use a normal shampoo on your roots...use it, uh, er, as though you would a CONDITIONER. Oops. Did I just say that? It smells great, it came in a nice big sample bottle, it would make a wonderful rescue treatment for the day you shampooed too many times already but somebody spilled champagne on your head. But if you need to get real SEBUM, or scalp oil, off your head, this is NOT gonna cut the mustard. I'll still use it as a nice condy, though! Thick and rich!1