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Goldwell Dual Senses Colour Extra Rich Conditioner

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Brand: Goldwell / Type: Conditioner / Hair type: coloured hair / What it does: Enriches, Protects, Nourishes

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      25.08.2012 20:08
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      A very average conditioner

      This conditioner was bought to complete the set; I already have the shampoo so I bought the conditioner to work with it. I always like to try and use the same brand of shampoo and conditioner because I am under the illusion that they will work the best together.

      ==Price and availability==

      You can buy the conditioner for around £6.00 for a 200ml bottle. It is available from online shops, department stores and larger chemist shops such as Boots.

      ==Description==

      The conditioner is rather thick which is good as it means you do not need too much to coat the hair. I like the scent of this product as it has a lovely floral fragrance that smells clean and fresh. It is a white, cream colour and feels really silky and buttery.

      ==Application==

      I apply the conditioner to the ends of my hair first, massaging it into my tips to help condition them as my hair is very susceptible to split ends. I do rub the rest of it over my hair but I do not like to put a lot on my roots as it can make my hair quite greasy. You really do not need much as it can lead to heavy greasy hair that is hard to style. A small amount is just enough and it leaves the hair soft and manageable. I leave the conditioner on for a few minutes and then I run a comb through it before washing it off. With a pea sized amount my hair ends up really soft and it has a healthy shine.

      The conditioner is designed for colour treated hair which is the main reason I bought it as I dye my hair dark. I often find that the colour fades as time goes on so if a conditioner promises to keep the colour lasting longer then it is a winner for me. To be honest I can't really say that my hair colour has lasted longer while using the conditioner but it does help keep my hair soft and conditioned. Dying my hair really makes it dry and prone to breaking so I need a good conditioner that will help my hair stay in good conditioner.

      My overall judgement of the conditioner is average. Yes my hair feels soft and it is easy to style but if you use too much you will end up with flat greasy hair!

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    • Product Details

      Care for coloured hair and protect it from colour fade with this Dualsenses Color Conditioner / It works to not only maintain your colour but to protect it too, whilst nourishing your hair so it's kept healthy and radiant with improved combability / Adds shine and vibrancy to your coloured hair / With the stress you put it through from colouring it; restoring, maintaining and protecting it will keep your colour staying brilliant for longer / This conditioner is specially developed with a Brilliance System containing anti-oxidative pomegranate extract and a protective UV-filter, so your hair colour will be visibly richer and radiant /