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I was sorting in my bathroom when I found some odds and ends of shampoo. One of them was not a good find and went straight in the bin.
I bought Henara shampoo when I dyed my hair a dark brunette because the shampoo was labelled as perfect for brunettes. They say it's colour enhancing and it will deliver a lustrous shine. Sadly it scores a double big fat no on both those promises. At least I only paid a pound for it in Poundland.
Henara is not a brand I had ever heard of before but I have bought some real gems like that in the discounters. This one gets its name from the henna inside but there is a big long list of other ingredients so it isn't all natural.
This is not a nice looking shampoo. It is muddy brown and doesn't smell of much. I wouldn't care that it doesn't make my hair smell nice if it enhanced my colour but it doesn't make any difference that I can see at all. The bottle tells me to leave the shampoo on for a minute and use more frequently if I want richer tones. More frequently than what though? Maybe this is supposed to be used every day but I tried that and the result was still zilch. I am not going to use it more than that Henara. I also leftist on for more like 2-3 minutes and still nothing.
I didn't think my hair looked and felt very clean which is not nice. It did feel quite soft and was definitely a bit shinier for a while but I still thought this was a let down. You are told to be careful using this because it can stain clothes and fabrics. This didn't happen to me who couldn't get it to stain her hair, but it did make me nervous using this. It just feels a bit of a hassle.
I wouldn't recommend this to enhance hair colour as it didn't work for me and as a shampoo it is not great. I didn't expect miracles for a quid but I need clean hair.
Henara Shampoo For Brunettes enhances the colour of your hair while it cleanses but because it contains Copaiva it adds shine /