Product Type: Lush hair care products
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A lovely but expensive shampoo
Lush Blousey Shampoo
Member Name: brady58
Lush Blousey Shampoo
Advantages: Leaves hair super soft and cleans it without striping it
Disadvantages: It's far too expensive for me to buy often
Lush has to be my all-time favourite shop and I adore so many of their products. The Blousey shampoo is one of my favourite shampoos ever and it is absolutely wonderful when my hair is left feeling a little fragile and damaged from too much dying/styling with heat etc.
The shampoo comes in the black recyclable pots so you need to scoop up the shampoo instead of squeezing it out of a bottle. You really need to remember to put the lid back on straight away so that it doesn't get water in it and waste the shampoo.
The shampoo contains loads of lovely ingredients including fresh bananas, star anise, clove buds, pimiento berries, cocoa butter and cupuacu butter as well as essential oils such as juniper and rosemary. The ingredients are really high quality and this is evident when you use the shampoo in your hair.
The shampoo is quite thick but not too thick that it resembles a wax instead of a shampoo. The shampoo lathers up nicely and you don't need too much in your hair to get a nice lather going. When I use this I can immediately feel it getting to work at helping to heal my hair and even while lathering my hair I can start to feel it being less brittle and dry.
I was a little worried initially that this would be too rich for my hair and leave it feeling heavy and looking greasy but the opposite is true. It leaves my hair shiny and full of bounce. When my hair is dry and damaged after using this it is left much softer and looking like it has some vitality and life to it again. It is absolutely amazing that a shampoo can condition my hair so well but it really does and I usually feel that after using this that I don't even need a separate conditioner as this does such a good job of looking after my hair.
It really does feel luxurious to use and the results speak for themselves but this is also the problem that I have with the shampoo. Luxury comes at a price and this is extremely expensive for a shampoo. It costs £18 a pot which is the reason that I am not using this shampoo on my hair on a daily basis. I would love to use this more often but I just cannot justify spending that much money on a shampoo so I only buy this very rarely as a treat or else if my hair is in such a bad condition that I know this is the only thing that will fix it.
I really do love this shampoo but I think it is far too expensive. I know it has loads of really high quality ingredients in it but for me personally I just can't afford to spend that much money on a shampoo regularly which is unfortunate as I really would love to buy this more often.
Summary: A lovely but expensive shampoo