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width=”225″ height=”300″ /></a>Today’s guest post comes from the lovely Hilare.</em>
Something happened to me, which I have to share with the PPP readers.
On an average workday, where everything was going averagely OK. I walked into a meeting in the morning and instantly all eyes were on me, gasps of admiration were heard and one brave soul put forward, “Wow, you look so glamorous today”.
I nearly died of happiness, but was also confused. This was not what I expected, I had been running late, washed my hair before I went out and didn’t have time to dry it properly, I buy essay online cheap hadn’t put any make up on and my outfit was rather office worker-esque. I couldn’t understand the admiration but basked in the glow the room gave me; as naturally any PPP Reader would. A little later a co-worker asked me what I had done, why was my hair so lovely today, had I dyed it? Had I been to the hairdresser? Had I used a new shampoo??
And then the answer came to me, of course yes I had switched shampoos. Being admired was the last result I was expecting. I had picked up a new set of shampoo and conditioner at the pharmacy based solely on the environmental credentials they had touted – 100% vegan and also sulphate free. The main selling point by being sulphate free, is that the products aims to have no residue. So when I used them for the first time, I felt quite disappointed, my hair didn’t have the same feel as after other shampoos – it didn’t squeak with cleanliness, it felt limp and it felt too soft to be right. If I was basing this review on my first wash experience, I would tell people to throw the bottles in the bin. But apparently that’s how your hair should feel when you wash it properly, it should not be stripped of all its natural oils so much that it squeaks. I wasn’t aware of it until my workmates complimented me, but something magical happened when my hair dried. It became so soft, shiny, frizz free and healthy looking. It was so soft, tangle free and easy to style and brush. I looked like I had just spent an afternoon being pampered at the salon.
I’ve been using it for a while now and people still make lovely comments on my hair, making me feel pretty and glamorous.
I’ve had a few nights out which have required hairdos based on mega-hold products, and found that I’ve managed to wash them our pretty easily with Samy Pure. I use Moroccan hair oil on my ends and that doesn’t seem to sit too heavily either. The only thing with this shampoo is that I find I’m washing my hair a little more often. I used to able able to go four days – now I can go two or three.
The bottles were $19 each from Life Pharmacy in the James Smith Building. As I have very long hair, I eat conditioner like no tomorrow. I reckon one bottle will last me about three months. The shampoo will last me anywhere six months to a year. So far more value than supermarket green brands of hair care, which only seem to last a month if I’m lucky.
For me, with long straight hair, I think I’ve found the perfect shampoo for my hair type. I am a very happy girl.
I’d rate Samy Pure 4.5 / 5 Beautiful results, value for money and lovely fragrance.
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ditioner” width=”194″ height=”300″ />The lovely publicist who sent me a bunch of Nivea stuff also asked me what kind of hair I have (coloured and dry with greasy roots), and sent me down some Sebastian Hydre shampoo and conditioner (known as ‘Drench’ in the US) to review as well.
Sebastian Hydre Shampoo is a moisturising cleanser that deeply nourishes with a colour safe formula.
This stuff looks and feels expeeeeeeeeeeensive (and it is, at something like $41 a bottle). I love the sleek bottle design, and the conditioner feels thicker and richer than anything I’ve used before. The
scent is pleasant, but unplaceable. My hair does feel well nourished and loved afterwards, sleek and pretty. One thing though, and I appreciate this might sound sort of nuts, is that I feel like this shampoo and conditioner really really brings out my grey hairs – of which I have a lot. I was okay with that as I was applying for more senior jobs and thought the grey hair might give me some kind of respectability, but now I have got the job I wanted, I don’t want the greys to shine! It might be great for those of you who want to play up the highlights in your hair though.
I really like this shampoo and conditioner, and would happily use it every day, except that there is no way I could justify the price to myself. I am lucky
enough to have hair that responds fine to supermarket brands so they will be what I will stick to, at least until I find myself a rich spouse. I’m going to use the remains on my hair on special occasions, and then keep the empty bottles in my shower so that people think I am fancy.