L'Oreal Elvive Nourish & Shimmer Highlights Shampoo Reviews
Description:Brand: L'Oreal / Type: Hair Shampoo / What it does: Nourishes
Newest Review: ... of the bottle the product does last a long way. I have also found you only need a bit of this (although I have short to mid ... more
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Customer L'Oreal Elvive Nourish & Shimmer Highlights Shampoo Reviews (13)
by - written on 15/10/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
==L'Oreal Nourish and Shimmer Highlights Shampoo== Being a naturally dim blonde (shade of hair not personality) I do find myself getting bleach highlights every so often so that I don't look as washed out as my natural self would have me. Luckily for me (or unluckily as the case may be) my mother is a hairdresser so I will often have a full head of highlights done for free! This is more often than not a great thing but recently I have wanted to be a bit blonder and asked her to do the highlights sooner than she would normally have done them and she refused! Of course I don't want to go and pay a hairdresser to do them so I resorted to the next best thing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10, updated on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I always feel that I should use a colour protecting shampoo, when I spend so much of my hard earned cash on my highlights. I am a brunette, but I recently had some lovely golden highlights put into my hair. I was delighted with the results (if not the cost!) and determined to try and keep my hair the same great colour. On my way home from the hairdresser I made a detour into Boots, where I picked up L'Oreal Elvive Nourish and Shimmer Highlights Shampoo. I bought a 250ml bottle for £2.55, but they also sell a 400ml bottle for £3.59. L'Oreal claim that this shampoo is specifically targeted to prevent highlighted hair from fading. It contains Royal Jelly to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Intro Me and my mum have been using this shampoo for a few days now. The reason for this is because we used to use John Freida for blonde hair but we got so frustrated because we could not get the shampoo out of the tube! We had to change, so this one caught our eye! Packaging This comes in a 250ml bottle. On the front there is an abstract design with bold writing which attracts attention, a diagram to show the contents of the bottle and the Loreal logo. On the back there is explanations of how the shampoo works, the results of the shampoo, the directions for use and other information. It comes in a yellow bottle which contrasts with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09, updated on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 163 readings)
At the beginning of the summer I decided to have some highlights put into my hair. I really loved the results and am pleased at how well the highlights have lasted! When I spotted Elvive nourish and shimmer highlights shampoo on offer in my local Tesco I decided to give it a try. The first thing I noticed, apart from the offer price, was the lovely yellow colour of the bottle. I am not usually impressed by packaging but this one caught my eye. I really love the yellow shade of the bottle with its sophisticated black rim around the lid. The flip top lid is easy to open and the shampoo pours out easily. The shampoo has a lovely thick consistency and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Most of the time I use Lush solid shampoo bars when caring for my hair as I like the lack of packaging, the transportability factor, and the excellent results many of them give. Occasionally however I will see an advert or notice a more conventional shampoo and will ring the changes. I don't think this is a bad idea actually as I find hair needs a change regularly, as it can get very dull if you only ever use one shampoo all the time. Recently I saw a television advert for a new shampoo by L'Oreal in their Elvive range which was specifically for highlighted hair called "Nourish And Shimmer", and as I have highlighted hair and have been delighted in ... Read the complete review
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