“ Brand: Superdrug / Type: Hair Shampoo / Subcategory: Enhancer „
I have been dying my hair a dark chocolate brown for a few years now and although i dye it regularly the colour does seem to fade really fast, which is why my hairdresser recommended using a brunnette shampoo. I have used several different kinds (most of them quite expensive). So when i saw this in superdrug for 69p i actually did a double take at how cheap it was and thought it was worth a try.
The shampoo looks exactly like the given picture, it comes in a dark brown large tube with a picture of a dark haired woman on the front. The packaging of the shampoo looks really good for such a cheap non branded shampoo in fact it reminds me of the toni and guy brunnette shampoo.
i'm not going to go into detail of how to use it as i'm sure you all know how to wash your hair LOL. The tube does claim to revitalise coloured hair using extracts of espresso, cashmere and cocoa. I dont know which if these ingredients it is but when i used this shampoo the smell wasn't exactly pleasant when i smelt it however when i was washing my hair the smell soon went. After washing my hair in this shampoo for a couple of days i did notice that my hair looked more silky and smooth. I wouldnt say that the colour looked anybetter but the quality of my hair after dying definitley did improve.
Overall, i would recomend this shampoo for brunnettes who are on a tight budget as you will struggle to find one cheaper!!! The shampoo does do what it claims and is a good shampoo however its not as good as other more premium brands and the smell is a little off putting. But all-in-all its a good shampoo but you do get what you pay for :)