Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Solutions Flat to Volume 2 in 1 Shampoo & Conditioner
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  • I change out my shampoos on a bi-monthly basis, if not on a weekly basis, because I believe it's good for your hair to switch things out and give your hair a breather from time to time
  • So, I bought the Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Solutions Flat to Volume 2 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner because all of my problems somehow managed to be addressed in the name, and because I was on the lookout for a new shampoo anyway, getting ready to switch my other shampoo out
  • All I know is that when I opened the lid, the shampoo smelled decent, though nothing to really write home about, and the artificial fragrance was noticeable, which I could've done without, and that when I poured a little into my hands, it lathered the way I expect a good shampoo to lather
  • When I dried off and towel-dried my hair, one thing I noticed was that I could actually run my fingers through my wet hair and not run into any tangles or knots, and that's almost unspeakable
  • I think it wold probably work a little better if there was no artificial fragrance (which can strip the hair of natural nutrients over time), and the scent itself was a little more pronounced and individualized


    • by Anasuya
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      The name of this product alone is what prompted me to buy it, because it seemed to be a perfect match for my problems. My hair is very thin and fine and lifeless and I couldn’t hold a curl in it with a can of hair spray or a wing and a prayer. I could curl my hair and spray it down and it would fall in a matter of twenty minutes or less, and forget it in this humid Michigan weather, during the summer months. My hair is very flat near the scalp right now, but very frizzy and damaged looking at the tips, and I am always on the lookout for a good shampoo that will treat both problems, so I can add it to my list of “buy” or “don’t buy”. I change out my shampoos on a bi-monthly basis, if not on a weekly basis, because I believe it’s good for your hair to switch things out and give your hair a breather from time to time. Just like any other part of your body, your hair can get used to the same product if you use it over and over again, and will eventually just stop reacting to it

      /> the way you’d intended. So, I bought the Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Solutions Flat to Volume 2 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner because all of my problems somehow managed to be addressed in the name, and because I was on the lookout for a new shampoo anyway, getting ready to switch my other shampoo out.

      The bottle goes on and on about some Pro-V innovation that uses micro boosters that cleanse and refine hair, adding a lightweight look and volume. I have no idea what “micro boosters” is supposed to mean. All I know is that when I opened the lid, the shampoo smelled decent, though nothing to really write home about, and the artificial fragrance was noticeable, which I could’ve done without, and that when I poured a little into my hands, it lathered the way I expect a good shampoo to lather. Sure, the scent may not have been anything special, but at least I felt that all that airy lather was seeping through my hair, getting each and every strand in its greedy little grasp. When I dried off and towel-dried my hair, one thing I noticed was that I could actually run my fingers through my wet hair and not ...


      • run into any tangles or knots, and that’s almost unspeakable! A light breeze could tangle my hair. Someone speaking in my general direction could even generate enough wind to tangle my fine hair! You may think I’m kidding, but I’m being dead-pan serious right now. The tangles are a constant battle for me, and I could tell even with my hair still wet that it was now a thing of the past. So I know that the conditioning elements really worked at the tips where I needed it most. The big telling point would be if the shampoo did what it needed to do at the roots to create lift and a volumizing look, while combating the oily residue at the roots.

        And I think it did a pretty thorough job of it, in all honesty. It’s not the best two in one conditioner and shampoo product that I’ve tried, but it definitely ranks up there in the “not bad at all” category. My hair still seemed to get a little greasy by the end of the day, but I could live with that, because for most of the day while I was at work (and I really ony care that I look good

        when I’m out and about for the day), it did indeed look like my hair had volume to it. I didn’t suddenly look like my hair was twenty times thicker or anything quite so dramatic, but it worked well enough that my hair had a bit of bounce, and wasn’t laying flat against my scalp making me look like I was a sweat-shop employee. It is a very lightweight shampoo that never feels heavy on my hair, even though it does have conditioning elements in it, and I usually avoid that. I felt that I could easily use this product every day for a couple weeks and it still wouldn’t ever weight my hair down and create problems for me. I really enjoyed the shampoo and will likely purchase it again. Getting on my “not bad at all” list isn’t always an easy task, and this shampoo proves what it takes to get there. Very nice. I think it wold probably work a little better if there was no artificial fragrance (which can strip the hair of natural nutrients over time), and the scent itself was a little more pronounced and individualized. Otherwise, it’s a good solid product that does a fine job of volumizing fine hair. 9




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