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I used to use the Henara shampoo and conditioners for blonde and red hair back when I was an experimental teenager and had different coloured hair every other week. So when I recently went from blonde to red, I decided to try the red Henara again. Anyone who isn't a natural redhead will know that vibrant red is really difficult to maintain (due to some scientific reason about the molecule size of red pigment) and I had noticed my colour fading after only a few washes.
So, I tracked down the Henara shampoo and conditioner, which wasn't so easy as it doesn't seem to be sold in Boots or any other shops any more - why is this?! I did an online search and found it at an online chemist for a very reasonable price (around £2.50 per bottle). The product seems to be the same as ever with a nice distinctive smell. But the best thing was, I could actually see a difference in the red tones of my hair after the first time I used it. It really does work, as opposed to other colour shampoo and conditoners I have tried for redheads which seem to do nothing. It leaves hair soft and shiny too, probably due to the natural henna extract. Using it repeatedly has helped maintain my colour so well I can go a bit longer between dyes and so not put my hair through so much stress!
For the price, I think it is well worth paying p&p at an online shop to get this product and I will continue to do so until it comes back to the high street!
This is so hard to find in the shops now. It used to be 99p a bottle in Savers chemists, but they don't stock it anymore, which is a shame because it is the PERFECT shampoo and conditioner.It smells gorgeous (better than Herbal Essences even!), makes hair shiny and soft, and the "golden" one I use makes my blonde hair just that colour!