Sulfate Free Cleansing Shampoo?

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I have found the Holy Grail answer to amazing hair – it cleanses away all dirt and oil as well as plumping up the volume, leaving zero greasy residue and totally gentle and brilliant for coloured hair. Sounds too good to be true? Well it isn’t. Pureology Volume shampoo and conditioner have become my go-to for my every other day hair wash. I always do two shampoos – it’s something my mother taught me, even if you’ve washed your hair the day before two shampoos is better than one. You really get rid of the build up and your hair feels lighter for it.

I love the scent, the fact that it has zero stripping sulfates in (a nightmare for those like I who colour their locks) and leaves my hair 100% frizz free. Seriously, I could wash and go (if it wasn’t chilly October) and my hair would dry perfectly – no frizz anywhere in sight.

They have all sorts of different types depending on your hairs requirements, however I tried the hydrate range was incredibly unimpressed – my hair didn’t feel clean in the slightest. The volume range adds the oomph whilst actually cleansing – the dream combo!




  1. Gaya
    October 24, 2015 / 11:44 pm

    I only use sulfate and silicone-free shampoo because I have found that, on the long run, they’re the ones that keep your hair truly healthy. I use Natessance’s Ricin range (the shampoo and conditionner). The range is amazing and it smells really good and fresh. Caudalie’s shampoo is also a great one, the only problem being the packaging cause it’s hard to squeeze out the product when you come halfway of the tube. Thanks for the post Tijan! XX

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