REVISITED | Lush Daddy-O Purple Shampoo Review6:12 AM
I have said this before so I am going to say it again: I color my hair a lot like every 6-8 weeks. It's a hard habit to kick when I started coloring my hair. If you haven't colored your hair before, don't start it if you cannot commit to giving it more care than it ever had.
I subject myself to a weekly hair treatment to combat damage brought by frequent coloring. My ends would have the occasional split ends too and overtime, I see some strands being brittle. I also don't like my hair sounding "crunchy".
Coloring your hair is one thing but to care after it is another story. Over the years, I would notice my fine hair losing strands each day which is essentially normal but I see my hair everywhere in my apartment, lol. Yes- hairfall! I would vacuum my apartment each week and see a lot of falling hair which breaks my heart:(
Overtime, my hair lacked volume and so the decision to use volumizing shampoos was no-brainer. Volumizing shampoos helped me maintain my hair's volume without weighing it down. I like hair which moves and bounces. I also don't like it whenever my color would turn into something orange and brassy. That's the reason for picking up the Lush Daddy-O Purple Shampoo.
First of all, this is the very first purple shampoo I tried. It retails for Php 445.00 ($10.00) for a measly 100grams of product. Wait, do you know the difference between ml and mg, haha! The shampoo comes in deep purple color, perfect for gray or blonde hair who wants brighter and healthier looking locks minus dullness and brassy tones. It smells great too.
How to use:
Work a small amount into a lather and rinse thoroughly. Follow up with a LUSH conditioner for soft tresses or any conditioner of your choice
Let's check the ingredients:
Fresh Organic Lemon and Bladderwrack Seaweed Infusion (Citrus limonum and Fucus gardneri) , Sodium Alkyl Sulfate , Sodium Laureth Sulfate , Sea Water , Fragrance , Cocamide MEA , Propylene Glycol , Glycol Cetearate , Fresh Organic Lime Juice (Citrus aurantifolia) , Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera) , Violet Leaf Absolute (Viola odorata) , Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) , Bergamot Oil (Citrus Aurantium bergamia) , Cananga Oil (Cananga odorata) , *Limonene , *Linalool , *Citronellol , Coumarin , Isoeugenol , Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone , Benzyl Alcohol , Hexyl Cinnamal , Methylparaben , Propylparaben , Red 33 , Blue 1 . *Occurs naturally in essential oils
After few days of washing my hair with this product, I noticed my haircolor maintains its real color, this time, less brassiness. But the big winner for me is the volume it brings to my tresses!
I am just in awe! I mean- if I can get the brassiness out of my hair equation plus the volume I wanted, how cool that can be? I am really digging this shampoo.
The only consideration would probably its price which is by the way 5x of the price I would usually pay for my regular shampoos for the same amount of product. But then again, I don't mind.
Buy Again: Yes, I will probably buy the bigger size. I heard this one sells pretty fast at Lush.
PS: I know, I posted this sooner because I've only had this product for nearly ten (10) days, but can't resist to post this review. If anything happens after this post, I am going to post an updated entry.