Clairol Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Shampoo for Color-Treated Hair Acai Berries & Satin  » Cosmetics  »
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  • I actually had a little environmental club that I'd formed at the time, and I thought how cool would it be to start using shampoos that incoporated natural products, with no animal testing
  • I was so excited in the grocery store a few months ago when I found the Clairol Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Shampoo for Color-Treated Hair with Acai Berries & Satin, and actually squealed in the middle of the aisle, because I'd been having such a hard time maintaining any semblence of control over my hair
  • The scent of this product was absolutely amazing too
  • I wish they didn't use artificial fragrance, because it's hard on your skin and hair, but I was still pretty confident, thanks to the inclusion of these natural ingredients, that it would still be a good experience
  • Still, I really do believe it was worth the money if for no other reason than the delicious scent that even my teenage sons enjoyed partaking in


    • by Anasuya
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      I remember, as a young girl, watching those fantastic Herbal Essences commercials and begging my mother to buy me this product. I actually had a little environmental club that I’d formed at the time, and I thought how cool would it be to start using shampoos that incoporated natural products, with no animal testing. I was eleven years old, and now I know better, but at the time I thought I was making all kinds of leaps and bounds for the environmental community! And, since then, I’ve used Herbal Essences shampoos quite a lot, mostly because I just love their smell, but also because my hair doesn’t take to many shampoos very nicely, and this product always seemed to work so well for me.

      I have very fine hair, and it gets stringy and tangled with a slight breeze, and I liked the fact that the other shampoos I’d tried in the Herbal Essences line really gave my hair some body and movement, and I felt so refined when using this shampoo as a young teen. As I got older and started


      experimenting with hair dyes (all the time), I really needed something that would help keep my hair in line because it was quickly becoming damaged from all the chemicals in the dyes. I was so excited in the grocery store a few months ago when I found the Clairol Herbal Essences Color Me Happy Shampoo for Color-Treated Hair with Acai Berries & Satin, and actually squealed in the middle of the aisle, because I’d been having such a hard time maintaining any semblence of control over my hair. The tips of my hair were very dry and split and frizzed, but the roots of my hair was always very oily and wet looking. I can hardly find a product that my hair responds to and even when I do, the response is short-lived and I have to switch that shampoo out for something new.

      I loved the idea behind this shampoo because Acai Berries are now the “in” thing as far as health of the body and skin is concerned. I figured if it’s good for the blood and body then it ...


      • must be good for the hair, right? And it actually contains hydrolized silk! I thought the “satin” was just a catchy phrase to describe how your hair will look when you use this product, but no… it actually means silk. That made it worth the $7 which is typically more than I’d spend for an Herbal Essences product. The scent of this product was absolutely amazing too! You could pop the lid right there in the store and know you’re going to end up with a great smelling product. I wish they didn’t use artificial fragrance, because it’s hard on your skin and hair, but I was still pretty confident, thanks to the inclusion of these natural ingredients, that it would still be a good experience.

        One thing I’ve always loved about Herbal Essences shampoo, and this one was no exception, was that it lathered so beautifully. I was thrilled by it, because I pretty much have a requirement that all my shampoos have a thick but light-feeling lather, and this one fell neatly into that category. And that wonderful berry smell

        was strong enough to last for a few hours but light enough that it was never over-powering or smelled like you had a potpourri satchet strapped to your head. The scent was natural and inviting and I have to say even a little invigorating.

        This shampoo could stand to have a few more conditioning ingredients in it, because I can’t use a straight conditioner or it will weight my hair down, but this wasn’t quite as conditioning as I had hoped it would be. Yes, it made my hair shine and it looked great, but by mid-day I was already starting to notice the oil at the roots and the frizz at the tips. So, although it hits that nice balance for a few hours, it’s not a long-lasting product… at least not as long as I’d hoped. Still, I really do believe it was worth the money if for no other reason than the delicious scent that even my teenage sons enjoyed partaking in! I’ll buy this product again and can’t wait to see what else they have in this line! 9




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