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Hello Hydration is now presented in the same tall curved bottle as the rest of the Herbal Essences range of shampoo and conditioner. The colours of the bottle remain the same so it is instantly recognisable but be warned that Herbal Essences have released a newer shampoo and conditioner that has been given very similar colours, it is possible to pick up the wrong one as they are so alike.
The shampoo is a thick blue liquid, it is for dry hair and makes the claim that it will promote moisturising and hydrate the hair after use. I need only a small amount for my below shoulder length hair so a bottle of 400ml lasts for longer than average, I also buy smaller bottles when they are on offer as I have this time as Asda are selling them for 97p.
The smell of Hello Hydration shampoo is coconut with a layer of florals beneath this, the smell lingers only when I use the corresponding conditioner but that is not often as I don't condition my hair after every wash.
Hello Hydration does not lather well, it creates lather when the hair is very wet but it's not a satisfying covering and from the consistency of the shampoo before application this is a surprise. It feels nice on my hair whilst massaging and is also gentle to my scalp, in spite of the thin lather the shampoo feels very cleansing and this is apparent before it has been rinsed off. Rinsing is quick and easy, occasionally I feel as though there is a residue of shampoo on my hair after rinsing but this is a short lived problem and on those days I simply rinse for an extra few seconds to obtain clean and very fresh hair.
When not followed by conditioner Hello Hydration offers a slight conditioning effect of its own, but this is not as pronounced as when using the complimenting conditioner afterwards. My hair does not require conditioner each time it is washed but if I have Hello Hydration conditioner in my bathroom I try to remember to use it as the softness of my hair is very much pronounced when both products are used, the shampoo alone is adequate at injecting moisture into my hair that is not dry or damaged but if you have those hair concerns you may want to consider using both shampoo and conditioner each time.
The Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo is available for GBP 3.79.
The shampoo comes in a curved plastic bottle with a green lid. The lid can be opened by pressure. On the plastic bottle are the product name and product information. The bottle contains 400 ml.
The shampoo is described as follows. "take a deep dive into shine for dry damaged hair. get drenched, quenched and revive that shine! it ain't nourished unless it's deep, so take a deep dive into high shine."
The ingredients are Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Glycol Distearate, Sodium Citrate, Cocamide MEA, Sodium Xylenesulfonate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Dimethicone, Parfum, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Chloride, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Glycerin, Tetrasodium EDTA, Hexyl Cinnamal, Sodium Oxide, Benzyl Salicylate, Propylene Glycol, Limonene, Linalool, Magnesium Nitrate, Zea Mays Silk Extract, Orchis Mascula Flower Extract, Cocos Nucifera Fruit Extract, CI 42090, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Magnesium Chloride, Methylisothiazolinone and Potassium Sorbate.
The shampoo has a creamy consistence and can be applied well. The shampoo can be foamed up well. The hair feels soft and smooth after use. The shampoo gives the hair visible shine. The shampoo cares for and moisturizes the hair. The shampoo improves the combability and does not hold down the hair.
The shampoo has a pleasant scent that reminds of coconut. The scent can be noticed after use.
I can recommend the Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo, as the shampoo cares for the hair and gives the hair noticeable sleekness. The shampoo improves the combability and does not weight down the hair.
If you have read any of my previous reviews, you will find that I am a fan of the herbal essences range of hair care and I cannot fault them in a anyway. Herbal Essences have a number of products in their range, all of which are pretty and eye catching colours, and this definitely works on me!
The hello hydration shampoo I absolutely love, as I definitely feel the effects of what this wonderful shampoo claims to do for your hair. Herbal Essences claims that the hello hydration shampoo is for dry and damaged hair, so this shampoo would be best for people who tend to heat style their hair a lot, and ca start to feel their hair feeling a bit dry and brittle. The main scent of this shampoo is coconut based, which you can definitely smell and is rather luscious and I am a big fan.
Using the shampoo is fairly simple. Simply squeeze a decent amount of the shampoo into the palm of your hand and apply straight to your hair from root to tip. I find that Herbal Essences is a good product to use and you can tell from this by the amount the shampoo lathers up. It does not feel like cheap shampoo and leaves your hair smelling and feeling fab. After the first time I used this shampoo, I definitely noticed a difference in the quality and the feel of my hair, which I could not have been happier about.
My colleagues always compliment on my hair, how nice and thick it looks and well maintained, and I always like to put it down to herbal essences as I think their products are such good value for money, for a very decent product,.
I'm embarrassed to say this was a quick grab and buy in Boots because I was to busy to choose carefully and usually Herbal essences are the last brand I would go for after not seeing a great difference in previous hair care's of theirs, I would have before trying this even have said the Boots own brand was better.
However, this was near and on an offer so I grabbed in and I'm now converted!
This product of the range is the 'MOROCCAN MY SHINE' with 100% Argan oil. This cleanses the hiar to make it more shinier than usual and easy to comb through.
The results for me were not what I was expecting at all.
The sheer luxury feel of my hair after leaving it on for 5-10 minutes to allow it to really sink in and work on my hair. The information on the bottle says this is good for damaged dry hair and as a result of colouring my hair I am always on the lookout for something that will keep it in good condition but this actually created a really refreshed shine and sleeker look I was stunned, it's only a hair care but I was so glad at the results because my hair was more manageable, I was able to style it with less fuss and I even received comments from friends thinking I had had a new colour put on.
I used this alongside the conditioner that was on offer and to increase the results.
I am definitely going to make this a regular purchase x
~ Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Shampoo ~
Despite not being loyal to any particular shampoo brands this is one that I tend to go back to time and time again.
This Hello Hydration shampoo by Herbal Essences comes in a nice blue coloured bottle with the typical push button lid. The shampoo itself is also blue in colour but paler than the bottle.
I like this shampoo as I find it leaves my hair really soft and shiny and smelling great. I find it works a treat for my hair as due to colouring and using heated hair tools my hair does get really dry but this does seem to leave it in much better condition, I only need to use a small amount as it really does lather up well and I find that a small amount is enough to get my hair clean.
I do use it with a blob of the same conditioner and the scent stays in my hair until I come to wash it next.
The scent is lovely. It's a really tropical coconutty scent which I really love. It's a really uplifting scent.
I do like the results that this shampoo offers, it leaves my hair soft and shiny and really easy to manage. I don't think it makes my hair flat or lifeless but adds a bit of volume which I think is a great thing!
I tend to buy it from Poundland so I only pay £1 a bottle which I think is a bargain.
This is something I would recommend.
Thanks for reading x
This shampoo leaves my hair extremely healthy and smelling amazing! The coconut smell is lovely and an absolute must on holiday! It leaves me feeling as though I am on holiday all of the time due to the wonderful smell. I really love this product and it leaves my hair voluminous and hydrated.
I love this product. My hair felt so soft and silky all day, I couldn't stop touching it as I couldn't believe how good it felt. It is relatively affordable in comparison to some high end brands of hair products and is perfect if your hair is lacking something and you want to uplift and be voluminous. Having dry frizzy hair, it does need a lot of hydration throughout the year. I use this and my hair does feel softer and not so dry.
Absolutely love it! Smells beautiful, leaves your hair soft and sleek.
I am using herbal essence hair products and its really good. Especially when i used hello hydration shampoo .... I love the softness and shine of my hairs and they feel so healthy to touch. I absolutely love this shampoo as it makes my hair feel smooth and silky at the same time as being voluminous and looking amazing! I would recommend this to anyone with dry hair as it definitely hydrates and nourishes for a more full feeling!
It is excellent value with good fragrance and excellent shine, the coconut fragrance leaves you feeling happy and fresh, absolutely perfect product for me! Does not leave head feeling itchy or irritable as some cheaper brands do!
Even though I have quite greasy hair at the roots, at the ends it is quite dry because I often colour my hair, use straighteners on it nearly everyday and also quite a few products too. Its a bit of a weird hair combination to be honest so I am always trying different shampoos, generally depending on what is on offer and what sounds like it might be good for my hair.
Herbal Essences is a range I have used for a number of years now and I always like the results I get with their shampoos and conditioners so I was excited to try this Herbal Essences hello hydration shampoo. I also bought a bottle of the conditioner too as, even though I like to change my shampoo and conditioner I always use the same brand together when I was my hair. Luckily for me too, Boots were doing an offer on buy one get one free I think it was so the two combined were cheaper which was nice.
Hello hydration is described as a shampoo which," has a shine and moisture formula which gives a luscious shine to hair with its deeply hydrating formula and replenishes parched head. It orchid and coconut extracts to quench the thirst of dry and damaged hair."
The shampoo comes in a bright blue bottle and I like this about Herbal Essences bottles as each different type of shampoo comes in a different coloured bottle but the conditioner always matches the colour of the shampoo. The bottle has a little bit on it that you press and the lid comes up to allow you to squeeze the shampoo out of the bottle. I find this quite handy and it opens and closes well. However, I have found on a number of occasions that the whole top of the bottle will come off quite easily, especially if you drop the bottle in the shower which I have done before and half the shampoo poured out before I had time to pick it up, a bit annoying but not really an issue if you don't drop the bottle!!
The shampoo is quite thick and I find it lathers up really well and you actually don't need much for each application. It goes on really easily and washes off nicely too. Now to the smell which is absolutely gorgeous. Coconut is one of the ingredients in this shampoo and you can definitely smell it in here mixed with that usual "shampoo smell." It smells just like holiday, the kind of smell you get from suntan lotion as well and it gives me a really nice feeling as well as smelling nice on my hair. I can detect the smell on my hair quite a while after I have shampooed it which is nice.
So, how did this shampoo work for me. Well, the nice thing I found and something that I was actually worried about was that it did not give extra moisture to my already greasy roots, they pretty much stayed the same and did not get greasier after a day or two which was a relief. The ends however, don't feel or look as brittle as they have done in the past and I think my hair has an extra bit of bounce and shininess to it which I really like. It's been easy to style and hasn't been fly-away at all either which is great so I would recommend this shampoo for a bit of moisture.
A 400ml bottle costs £3.89 and lasts for probably a month or so so I would say definitely good value for a good shampoo.
Me and my girlfriend tend to share shampoo at our flat as it saves money, I have tried many different shampoos as we also tend to pick up the ones which are on offer. Recently with my clubcard statement at tesco I got a voucher which got me £1 off when I purchased two herbal Essenes products at the same time. We decided to pick some up because we have always liked to smell and the feel of our hair after using these products, I had never tried the hello hydration one before and it looked rather appealing.
For a 400ml bottle I paid £1.89, it is usually around this price but can be cheaper when on offer. It is good value, but you don't get a lot of shampoo for your money. Some other brands give you 500ml for this same price. The packaging is appealing with lovely colours and obviously this is part of there marketing strategy. The bottle is tall and is easy to open due to a large latching lid. The bottle tells you that there are coconut and orchid extracts in the shampoo, I am a huge fan of coconut and I can slightly smell them within to shampoo.
Does it work well?:
The shampoo is easy to use, a small amount in my hair will lather up nicely, my girlfriend has very thick long hair and she finds this lathers up nicely top. It also washes out nicely and quickly, the smell fills the bathroom and is really pleasent. I usually lather rinse and repeat, but I find its not really nessasary with this product as my hair feels clean and soft after one attempt. After drying my hair it is easily manageable and I am able to do my usual styling routine without and issues. My hair looks shiny and well looked after, it remains clean nearly all day. There are no faults I have found with this shampoo and I feel it's good to use for both men and woman. The packaging is very feminine, but this does not bother me too much as its what's inside the bottle that counts the most. I am really happy with this and I can happily say it works very well. Will be using again when it's on offer
Very good product which I feel is one of the best shampoos I have used in a long time. It has a very good scent and leaves my hair feeling clean. I don't usually have to use this with conditioner, as my hair feels nice. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to use a new shampoo and try something different for a change. This gets 4 stars from me, I am very happy with it and it will be in my bathroom again in the near future.
Thanks for reading my review, I hope it helped you out and informed you well. Josh -jlaker1992
I have been using this shampoo for a few weeks now and really rate it. I used to use Herbal Essence range a while ago but hadn't used it for a while. I must admit the reason why I chose this particular shampoo was because I liked the shape of the bottle! I am very glad I did buy it as I really like it and think it has a lovely effect on my hair.
This shampoo helps to hydrate your hair. I find that in the winter my hair is dry from all the central heating we have on and it loses it's shine and looks really quite poor. I have tried some repair and protect shampoos to try to help my hair in the winter but none of them really impressed. The hydrating effects of this though seems to do the trick.
This shampoo comes in a really bright blue bottle which is long and tall but slightly wider at the bottom which gives it an interesting shape. The brightness of the bottle is what attracted me to it in the first place in the supermarket and then I smelt it and thought I would buy it. The smell is quite tropical, it is a bit floral but a hint of coconut too which is lovely, it makes a change from the usual soapy smell of the shampoo I had been using.
The shampoo itself is quite thick and that is what I like, it feels more luxurious than when it's really watery and just seems to run down your fingers so quickly you haven't got time to rub it in your hair. I have very thick hair and tend to use a blob about the size of a 50p and find that this is sufficient enough for my hair. The colour of the shampoo may put you off as it's blue! Not as bright as the bottle but definitely blue. I quite like this, it makes it a bit different.
It washes out really nicely and I used some conditioner afterwards too, I find if I don't use conditioner my hair is a nightmare and gets really knotty. The smell of the shampoo did stay on my hair afterwards and my husband commented on how nice it smelt which is nice! After drying my hair with a hairdryer I find that when using this shampoo my hair is really nice. It doesn't feel as dry as normal and it also is easier to brush too as though the hydrating qualities have helped to stop it being so easily knotted.
I think it adds some volume to my hair too and I really like the finished result. It feels very clean and soft and in good health. I definitely recommend using this especially in the winter months when your hair is in need of being hydrated but then saying that in the summer it probably needs it too as it will be warmer outside so in fact I recommend this for all year round! Lovely!
As a range, I have used a lot of the Clairol Herbal Essence shampoos and conditioners. One of the ones I use a lot is the one called Hello Hydration and I pay around £3.69 for this 400ml-sized bottle. If you love the smell of coconuts then you're sure to love this shampoo as it's full to the brim with the smell of coconuts, just as soon you take off the flip back lid.
The bottle is a weird and wonderful shape and it looks like a curvy S shape - this is the same with all of the new Clairol Herbal Essence shampoos now as they changed the packaging. It's a tall bottle, but I can just about manage to get it to stand up straight when I am in the shower as I lean it against the mixer taps.
The shampoo itself is quite thick but as the bottle is made of quite a flexible plastic, then it's fairly easy to squeeze it out into the palm of my hand. The smell of coconuts really intensifies with the heat of the hot water in the shower and once applied to wet hair, it just seems to lather up really quickly.
It's luxurious and rich in texture and consistency and the smell makes me think that I'm actually washing my hair in a much more expensive shampoo. Though it does create a lot of suds, these do rinse out well after I've finished washing my hair and the result is lovely squeaky-clean air, which still smells of coconuts.
Once my hair has been dried and styled, the difference I just amazing. It adds bounce and shine to my hair and really seems to help to add moisture to the dry ends. Though I do suffer from greasy roots, this shampoo doesn't seem to make the greasies any worse. My hair definitely looks healthier wherever I use this shampoo and I do use it a lot. It's a shampoo which is mild and gentle and I feel it's also suitable for everyday use.
It may be slightly expensive, but it's definitely worth it.
~*~ The Purchase ~*~
I'm always trying out new shampoo's & conditioners and I usually just buy whatever's on offer - I'm not fussy! Herbal essences is a brand that I'm familiar with but don't often buy because in my opinion it is quite overpriced, but I decided to but the 'hello hydration' shampoo from this range after seeing that it was on offer.
~*~ Price ~*~
A 400ml bottle of this shampoo retails at around £3.80, so it's not the cheapest shampoo around and I don't think that I would pay the full retail price when I have cheaper shampoo's which have pretty much exactly the same effect on my hair. I bought my bottle of it from Co-op and paid around £2.00 and it is also available from Boots and Superdrug.
~*~ Product Claims ~*~
The manufacturers claim that this shampoo will 'quench the thirst' of dry and damaged hair. They describe the 'shine and moisture' formula as being rich and replenishing and the shampoo contains coconut and orchid extracts.
~*~ Packaging ~*~
The bottle is the same unique shape as the rest of the Herbal Essences shampoo & conditioner bottles. It is a tall rectangular shape with a slight curve and it is made from sturdy plastic. The bottle a bright shade of aqua blue which has a pearly finish, which I really like and it is very eye catching.
The branding is good with the product and brand name written clearly on the front. Information such as directions for use, a brief product description and a lengthy list of ingredients can be found on the back. The bottle has a flip lid with a dispenser hole, which stops too much product coming out at once.
~*~ My Opinion ~*~
I bought this mainly because the whole of the Herbal Essences hair care range was on offer in my local Co-Op. At £2.00 this shampoo seemed like a bargain and having being impressed after reading the product description on the back I was quite excited to try it out. My long, thick hair is quite dry as I straighten it daily, and although I wouldn't describe it as damaged, the ends can start to look and feel dry and brittle from time to time.
The packaging is the first thing that I like about this shampoo - it's got a pearly finish which I think looks really nice and the bright colour makes it really eye catching. The sturdy plastic bottle and secure flip top lid means that I can take this to the gym with me to use after a swim as there is no worry that the bottle will come open in my gym bag. The bottle isn't easily squeezable so it does need holding upside down, but it is easy to grip even with wet hands because of the curved bottle design.
The bottle isn't too bulky despite containing a generous amount of product and I like that there's a dispenser hole as this prevents any waste. The shampoo itself is a lot thinner than I expected, but it's not so thin that it is ridiculously runny or anything. I like that rather than being the usual pearly white colour that a majority of shampoos are it is a very light shade of light blue, which makes a nice change and makes it that bit more unique. The shampoo has a really nice smell which although strong isn't overpowering.
The smell is a fresh floral and fruity kind of scent, which is quite feminine. Unlike some shampoos, the smell isn't at all artificial. The smell fills the bathroom once I've used some of this and it subtly lingers in my hair for a couple of days after using it, keeping it smelling fresh and clean. As this has a slightly runny consistency I do find that I need to use quite a bit with each use to get good coverage as I have such long hair. Around four large blobs is usually enough and the product spreads over my hair easily due to the lightweight, smooth texture.
The shampoo lathers very easily and after massaging a few large blobs of it through my hair, it feels almost instantly softer and silkier. I usually leave it on for a minute or so and then wash it out. This comes out of my hair really easily and I have never had any problems with it leaving any greasy or sticky residue. As soon as I have washed it out my hair feels clean, silky and more manageable. It is also easier to brush through once I've dried it and it doesn't take as long to straighten. I do use a good quality conditioner after using this though, so I doubt that the quality of my hair is down to purely using this.
~*~ Overall ~*~
A really nice smelling shampoo which has great effects on my hair, however I have had the same results from a cheaper shampoo (Vo5 gloss me daily if anyone is wondering). I will buy this again if I see it on offer, but at the full retail price of almost £4.00 I think that it is a little overpriced.
I have to say I am not particularly loyal to any specific brand when it comes to shampoo and when needs be I will try something if it's cheaper or on offer but as a general rule it's usually a brand I think is rather verified and well known. My usage of Clairol Herbal Essences Hello Hyrdation Moisture and Shine Shampoo was when I hugged my friend the other week and her hair smelt so lovely! She told me she washed it before she left and recommended me this shampoo so I thought I would give it a try.
The shampoo comes in a clear plastic bottle, and I bought the 400ml bottle in Boots for £3.79 which isn't the cheapest you can get, but to be honest this is about the average I'd pay for shampoo anyway so I think the price is reasonable. To extract the shampoo is easy, as it has flip top lid, which reveals a small hole which requires tipping the bottle upside down to squeeze the shampoo out. The bottle is quite nicely shaped, with a curve (which reminds me of wavy hair for some reason!) making it really easy to hold and grip when hands are wet.
The shampoo itself is quite thick, and so to do a good job at washing my hair I squeeze a blob about the size of a 50p coin into my hand and apply to my wet hair which creates a luxurious amount of lather and creates a lovely coconut scent explosion! It smells absolutely divine and I thoroughly enjoy rubbing this into my scalp to work it's magic, leaving my hair clean and smelling gorgeous. Washing it out is easy enough to do, and this shampoo does not leave my hair all knotty and tangled like some other shampoos I have used in the past.
This product is a moisture shine shampoo with Hawaiian coconut and orchid extracts for helping and repairing dry and damaged hair. In all honesty, my hair is not specifically damaged but it can be quite dry and I definitely find this shampoo helps my hair look a bit more glossy and adds some extra shine to my locks which can often look quite dull and lifeless. Granted, I use about a million more other hair products before I actually step out my house so this probably contributes about 10% to the end result, but every little helps really!
Overall I am really liking this shampoo and it has been working fantastically on my hair. Whilst I bought it mainly for the lovely coconut smell, it washes my hair excellently, doesn't tangle my hair and helps rejuvenate it a bit to leave it looking a lot livelier. I would definitely recommend this shampoo!
WHAT IS IT?
Shampoo from Herbal Essences.
WHAT WILL IT DO FOR MY HAIR?
Hello Hydration is developed for people with dry hair and it will moisturise your hair. There is a Hello Hydration conditioner and if you use both of them together they will make your hair soft and free of knots, but even if you just use the shampoo on it's own it will make your fair feel very moisturised more than any other shampoo available for the same price.
WHAT I THINK
This is very nice shampoo and the best of all of the Herbal Essences shampoos I think. It has got a creamy texture and smells lightly of coconut, this isn't a strong smell like the coconut shampoo you get in the hairdressers. It smells light and fresh and makes my hair smell very clean.
You don't get a lot of bubbles when you use this shampoo but it cleans my hair properly and makes it perfectly clean. Sometimes it is hard to rinse out and that is because I have got long hair so accidentally use too much sometimes, that's my own fault though because I know I should not use so much because it is a rich shampoo. If you don't get all of the bubbles out this Hello Hydration shampoo will make your hair look greasy and unwashed.
I like how soft and shiny my hair is after I've used this shampoo and how long the clean feeling lasts. I usually use the conditioner as well but even if I don't my hair still feels in good condition and is not all knotted up.
Hello Hydration is made by Clairol and costs about £2.75 a bottle. It lasts well because you only need to use a little amount to wash your hair so even though that's quite expensive it is still good value because I do not need to replace it very often. It is often on special promotional offer.
5 Dooyoo Stars.
I have fine hair which means it gets much more dryer from drying my hair, straightening and dying it. Therefore, I tend to purchase products that are hydrating for my hair to replenish the moisture. I have purchased several of the Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioners. But this is the range I tend to go for. The range is called ' Hello hydration' and you can purchase it in supermarkets and beauty stores like boots.
The shampoo is the same colour as the packaging. In this case it is blue and is a thick cream, something I do value in a shampoo. There is nothing worse in my eyes than a shampoo with a thin consistency. I like something creamy to massage in my hair. A small amount of the product goes along way, so a bottle usually lasts my partner and me several weeks, despite using it every day! The smell of the shampoo is natural and quite floral I don't like heavy smells in shampoo or skin care products so I really like the natural scent.
After shampooing my hair I tend to put the 'Hello hydration' conditioner on just the ends of my hair. I must admit I condition my hair a lot more than it is advised to but that is because like I said my hair is pretty dry. I usually condition my hair every other day because of this, although saying that my hair does feel less dry using the shampoo so I could really do it less than this.
A really annoying thing about my hair is it gets extremely knotty after it has been washed and because the shampoo is so hydrating it makes my hair less knotty when I come out of the shower, which is a godsend because it is honestly a nightmare normally. In fact I dread going to the hair dressers to have my hair coloured because when they wash it if it's a hair dresser who doesn't know my hair they have such trouble with it or make me feel more depressed about how knotty it is by mentioning it a zillion times.
My hair feels much smoother and silkier when using this product. I have used shampoo that has cost £20 a bottle and I can honestly say it is in no way less inferior.
I tend to buy the shampoo in ASDA because there is constantly offers on hair products and shower gels there, so I tend to just buy it there now than at Boots. The price £2.50 for a 400ml bottle, this is sometimes 2 for £4.00 on the conditioner and shampoo so if you need to buy both or buy two shampoos it saves you a pound.
I wont bore you too much with the packaging details but it basically comes in a blue bottle with a lid that if you push it the shampoo comes out. This is handy because if you are travelling with the shampoo it is usually quite safe and wont spill.
The other shampoos in the herbal essences shampoo range have different coloured bottles, which are usually quite relevant to the title.
Overall, this product is fantastic; the shampoo hydrates my moisture lacking hair just as well as any of the expensive shampoos I have tried out.
I will definitely carry on using this shampoo, as it is fantastic value for money.
I have been a fan of Clairol's Herbal Essences range for many years in fact I think I remember when they first came out! I have to say that I have always found them to be of good quality and when I feel like a change from my current Alberto Balsam favourite, it is Clairol Hello Hydration that I reach for.
Reading other reviews for this product I have found that it is versatile on different types of hair. Mine is short and very thick and very strong. No matter how it is cut it will go it's own way but it does the lack moisture and shine which is the speciality of this shampoo.
Containing extracts of coconut and orchid, (very tropical) it promises moisture and shine for dry/damaged hair. The more moisture the better for me! The bottle itself is very attractive being curvy shaped turquoise plastic bottle which mirrors the creamy blue colour of the shampoo, and you can see just how much is left in the bottle. The top is a bright green flip up affair which has never yet leaked on me even if turned upside down. The bottle not me!
To achieve "Drenched, quenched and revive that shine!" simple wet your hair and lather up a little of the shampoo. The scent if definitely coconut and reminds me of summer and suntan cream and warm long days, so breath it in as you work it through your hair. A good rinse next and repeat if you like Clairol recommend using their matching conditioner, which is a must for me and there is also the high gloss intensive mask in this range which I think I might try.
I leave my hair to dry naturally or else it frizzes all over the place and I find this shampoo helps to calm this effect and add shine to my tough hair, the coconut scent is not too strong and fades away gently over the next day.
Overall I find this to be an effective shampoo leaving my hair clean and soft particularly when used with the matching conditioner. it's not the cheapest at around 3.00pounds for a 400ml bottle so look out for special offers.
I am going to give it 4 stars as it is a little expensive compares to Alberto Balsam.
Readily available in supermarkets, made by Procter and Gamble and lasts 12months after opening.The bottle is recyclable.
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