L’Oreal Pure Colour Shampoo and Conditioner

Sometimes you just don’t appreciate something until you don’t have it any more, For the past few months I have almost exclusively been using the L’Oreal Pure Colour Shampoo and Conditioner – after deciding that I liked the Suphate Free line from L’Oreal, I decided to pick up Soap and Glory’s Glad Hair Day which I reviewed a few weeks ago –  in my case was more like Bad Hair Day because on paper they are a very similar product.

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Sometimes you just don’t appreciate something until you don’t have it any more, For the past few months I have almost exclusively been using the L’Oreal Pure Colour Shampoo and Conditioner – after deciding that I liked the Suphate Free line from L’Oreal, I decided to pick up Soap and Glory’s Glad Hair Day which I reviewed a few weeks ago –  in my case was more like Bad Hair Day because on paper they are a very similar product.

I struggled to brush through my hair after using Soap and Glory’s shampoo and conditioner duo, and really struggled to get the shampoo to foam up. With these the shampoo foamed up nicely (despite being sulphate free) and after washing I wasn’t left struggling to rake through my ever knotty mane for hours, as a comb glided through.

The shampoo contains Juniper and Rosemary oils, and is fresh without being overpowering, the conditioner is mint and rosemary oil and that is quite strong in scent and does a marvellous job of leaving my hair feeling totally refreshed and clean. This constantly gets rid of product buildup without the need to swap for a clarifying shampoo but doesn’t dry my hair out either.

There are a few different variations of the L’Oreal Hair Expertise line, so if you have fine, damaged,  frizzy or coloured – there is something in the line to suit. These aren’t the most budget friendly product at £6 each – but I think they are totally worth it. They’re normally on offer somewhere for 2 for £6 (which is how I picked them up both times) – you just have to hunt for the best price.

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Whilst these aren’t directly the same – I can’t help but compare with S&G as they are a similar price and neither contain sulphates. Whilst S&Gs is also paraben free and I like cutting out chemicals as much as possible, personally I’d rather not compromise on having to pull so much on my hair that it feels like it will fall out.


What are your favourite shampoo and conditioners?

rachael

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