Product Type: Sunsilk hair care products
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Sunsilk Deeply Brunette Conditioner
Member Name: CheekyCharlie08
Sunsilk Deeply Brunette Conditioner
Advantages: Makes my hair lovely and soft; Gets rid of tangles
At the minute Morrisons are selling the tubes of Sunsilk shampoo and conditioner at 2 for £1.00, that's a mega bargain considering the usual price is about £1.70 EACH! I go from blonde to brunette and back to blonde quite often and last time I was dark I used John Frieda Brilliant Brunette, I loved it but after a period of being blonde I went back to buy John Frieda and inflation had hit it big time and it now cost more than I could afford being the kind of person who washes her hair every single day. I can honestly say that this LOADS cheaper Sunsilk Deeply Brunette Conditioner is just as good and the only difference to it is that the conditioner doesn't feel as creamy in your hand as the John Frieda one.
That doesn't matter though because it gets a gorgeous creamy texture as soon as you start rubbing it through your hair. It's got a lovely light and clean smell, like the matching shampoo it has got a faint plastic smell but that is very common with these products that come in such shiny rubbery tubes. The smell doesn't linger in your hair and that's a shame because it does make my hair smell mega clean and fresh.
The shampoo is supposed to help brunettes keep their colour looking good, I don't know about that because I always make sure my colour is good without stressing about the shampoo I use! It's just that it was a choice between this and the Sunsilk blonde version so I went with this! I haven't noticed my colour looking any different since I started using either the shampoo or conditioner but it's a gorgeous cheap conditioner anyway so I don't mind about that.
It feels lovely and soft as I massage it through my hair, like any conditioner I always keep it away from my roots because even though this one feels quite gentle I think it would make my hair look very heavy if I got it all the way to my scalp. I always let it sit in my hair for a few minutes before rinsing it out, you can rinse it straight away and it's still very moisturising but by leaving it in the conditioner turns into a kind of hair mask that gives your hair a deeper treatment than you think it's going to. It gets rid of tangles and makes my hair feel lovely and soft after I've brushed it.
The conditioner is very easy to rinse out and doesn't weigh my hair down or anything like that, there are no bad effects to it actually and it makes you wonder how John Frieda can justify charging nearly a fiver for their product?! I've been using Deeply Brunette for months now and have only used a couple of bottles of other brand shampoo and conditioner in that time, I can take or leave the matching shampoo to be honest but I've been mega loyal to the conditioner because I'm happy with how it works on my hair and MORE than happy with the price of it compared with other conditioners designed to work with brunette hair.
I've left it in overnight before and that gives a mega deep moisturiser, a bit too much because I couldn't style my hair properly the next day and it was even too fluffy to put into a ponytail! I think it would be good if you overdid the straighteners or had used a very drying hair product.... just make sure you haven't got to go anywhere special the next day!
Recommended..... wicked conditioner with a cheap price tag!!!
Summary: Brill Conditioner That Doesn't Cost A Fortune!