Herbal Essences Breakage Defender Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: Clairol hair care products
Description:Brand: Herbal Essences / Type: Hair Shampoo
Newest Review: ... I only get my hair cut maybe twice a year so I do often have breakages and split ends. I also thought the lovely bluey ... more
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Customer Herbal Essences Breakage Defender Shampoo Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/03/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
---Into--- I'm not brand loyal when it comes to shampoos and conditioners. I tend to get whatever's on special offer. However, Herbal Essences is one that I have come back to time and time again over the years - in fact I seem to recall a hairdresser recommending it to me after having my hair permed in my early 20s and I used it a lot back then. I used to really like the old packaging, and have to say I've used it less since they changed it quite a few years ago now! ---My Hair--- I put my hair through some abuse. I've been dying it for over half my life, and bleaching it for the past 2 to 3 years. Then of course there's drying it and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Although I often use quite expensive shampoo on my hair I had to try and cut back when I last did a big supermarket shop online and so when I saw herbal essences shampoo on offer for just a pound I decided to try one of those. The shampoo I chose was the breakage defender shampoo and this is my review of it. Herbal essences shampoo is made my Clairol and this is a brad which automatically makes me think of hair care and so it is a brand I am happy to trust really. The herbal essences breakage defender shampoo comes in a tinted blue plastic bottle through which you can see the shampoo which is something that I like because I can see at a glance how much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I'm a true believer that you don't have to spend a lot to get good quality. In terms of shampoo and conditioner I tend to go for Alberto Balsam products because they are cheap and the quality you get is good. As such when I go to the supermarket I tend to look around to see if there are any new deals. Recently I noticed that Herbal Essences were on offer at £1 per 200ml bottle which is a pretty good deal in terms of what else is available. This particular shampoo is designed for hair that is prone to breakages. I only get my hair cut maybe twice a year so I do often have breakages and split ends. I also thought the lovely bluey purpley colour would look nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Recently I have been trying to save money when it comes to buying shampoo, as a result I buy whatever is on offer in the supermarket at the time. Currently in Asda Herbal Essences is £1 a bottle for 200ml. I have tried a few Herbal Essences shampoo's and I like them mostly because of the smell. I decided this time to pick a shampoo that was suitable for my hair type which I would describe as dry and prone to breakage and split ends due to all the heat styling I put it through. This particular shampoo is for dry/damaged hair and is to protect against breakage. The shampoo contains royal jasmine and silky sea palm extracts. The shampoo looks a creamy blue colour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/13, updated on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
WHAT IS IT? Shampoo from Herbal Essences that says it will protect hair from breakage. Your hair can break with age or if you use chemicals like hair dye or do a lot of heat styling or drying your hair with a hair dryer. WHAT I THINK I like the smell of this shampoo very much because it has got a clean and fresh fragrance. It makes my hair smell clean all day long and I can still smell the fresh fragrance into the evening even though I wash my hair very early in the morning. I like the feeling when I wash my hair because the bubbles are so soft and beautiful, I think my hair starts to feel clean even when I am still ... Read the complete review
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