Fekkai Glossing Shampoo
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  • The Fekkai Glossing Shampoo cost about $20 which is admittedly a little expensive for a shampoo, but I really really needed help with the frizziness of my hair tips
  • I knew I couldn't go anywhere near my oily roots with this shampoo because it would just exasperate the problem even worse, but I knew I could wash my roots with a drying shampoo for oily hair and then work this Fekkai product into the tips
  • Personally, I prefer the smell of foods in my bath and body products, than the smell of flowers (which sends my sinuses on high alert and I usually end up coughing like crazy and my throat will close up), but this wasn't blatantly food-like
  • But, I kept rinsing and got it all out and noticed that it left a rather sticky thick film all over my bathtub


    • by Anasuya
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      I wasn’t sure if I really wanted to try this shampoo, because it’s designed to treat normal and dull hair. My hair is very oily, but only at the roots. That weighs it down throughout the day and makes it look limp and lifeless, so at least the “dull” part of the Fekkai Glossing Shampoo fit my hair. But, it was really the tips of my hair I wanted to pay special attention to. The tips are always very damaged looking, though my hair dresser swears up and down that I have very healthy hair. Still, I get split-ends very easily, and I wanted something to help bring a little shine back to that part of my hair and keep the frizzy look of the tips under some semblance of control.

      The Fekkai Glossing Shampoo cost about $20 which is admittedly a little expensive for a shampoo, but I really really needed help with the frizziness of my hair tips. I’d already tried the shampoos that are sold at the salon I go to, and those


      aren’t really cheap (though they are still only half the cost of this Fekkai shampoo), but those hardly touched the problem I was experiencing. The Fekkai Glossing Shampoo is supposed to add shine and vivid gloss to dull hair, thanks to the olive oil extract used in this product, which might explain the price tag. I knew I couldn’t go anywhere near my oily roots with this shampoo because it would just exasperate the problem even worse, but I knew I could wash my roots with a drying shampoo for oily hair and then work this Fekkai product into the tips. Since I wouldn’t be using it as an all-over shampoo, the 8 ounce bottle was sure to last longer than it normally would. Yeah, it’s only an 8 ounce bottle for that price, which makes it practically worth its weight in gold, but I was only going to work a little bit into my tips.

      I have to say that the scent was very inviting. I felt like I’d just stepped into an olive grove.


      • Personally, I prefer the smell of foods in my bath and body products, than the smell of flowers (which sends my sinuses on high alert and I usually end up coughing like crazy and my throat will close up), but this wasn’t blatantly food-like. There was still a nice fragrant undertone to help balance out the olive smell. It wasn’t a very strong smell and it didn’t last very long after my hair had dried, which was a shame, because I really liked it, but it worked well and created a nice balance with the shampoo that I was using at my roots which had a sunflower and ginger scent to it. Who would’ve thought those three smells would work so well together?

        And yes, this is a VERY heavy shampoo. You only need a little bit to go a very long way. I was a little shocked at how heavy it felt, and knew that I was right for not putting it on my roots. It lathers very thickly and worked into my tips easily,

        and when I rinsed my hair, it still felt like I had a load of shampoo in the tips because it was so heavy. But, I kept rinsing and got it all out and noticed that it left a rather sticky thick film all over my bathtub. I guess olive oil isn’t good for keeping your tub a slip-free environment, because I almost killed myself getting out!

        But, with all that said, I have to say that once my hair dried, the tips really did look like there was a lot of shine and health to them. The split ends seemed virtually unnoticeable, and I was thrilled with that kind of result. I’d love to be able to get those results with an all-over shampoo that wont be too heavy at my roots, and with a shampoo that lathers a little more lightly and doesn’t feel quite so heavy or leave a residue in my tub afterwards, but at least it did the job it was supposed to do and kept my tips looking glossy and healthy. 7




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