I borought this shampoo because it say's thickening shampoo,is the essenital shampoo for fine hair as it actually adds body as it cleanses.You'll love the result.The bottle shape look's good,and the push up flip top is usefull.But it's easie to get the shampoo and conditioner confused with one another.The lableing is bold,clear and informative.This shampoo is also expensive and you only get 200ml for your £3.49p,it's sold in most BOOTS chemist's and most safeway supermarkets.The shampoo contains uv damage protector,multi vitamins and vegetein protein for extra moisture and shine.I would recommend massaging in the shampoo for at least one minute starting at the scalp.The shampoo is a light/creamy formulation and smell's nice,it lathed in well and rinsed out easy.Afterwards my hair looked flat/smooth and healthy/shiny looking,but did not do what is meant too do and thats thicken the hair,so I was dissappointed with end result,my hair only felt a little thicker.But would recommend the salon soultions revitalising shampoo for normal and smooth/sleek hair types.Also in the salon soluctions thickening range,thickening conditioner,thickening lotion,thickening moussing gelle,thickening hairspray.
I've tried the Andrew Collinge Thickening Solutions Shampoo and conditioner. I used to have longer hair than I have now, and my hair is naturally quite fine, so thickening shampoo sounded like a good idea. To be honest, this was an OK, shampoo, but not something I'd go out of my way to buy. I do have a sensitive scalp, and find quite a few shampoos irritating, but this one was OK. It may even have had a thickening effect, but it wasn't a shampoo I'll make any effort to buy again. Everything about it was fairly unremarkable - the fragrance, the effects, the packaging....... If you're desperate to try a thickening shampoo, then try this one, I think it probably worked, but then I've had my hair cut a lot shorter and that's worked a whole lot better! <g>