Ingredients: Blueberry and ginseng extract

Product Description: Strengthens, replenishes lost moisture, adds shine and deeply conditions and revitalizes colored or damaged hair

My Experience: This bright, syrupy blue shampoo stood out like a beacon amongst the other shampoos at the grocery store. And as soon as I read that blueberry is one of the ingredients, I had to have it. And it’s a pretty decent shampoo too. It smells wonderful, like a fruity gush of juicy blueberries.  The smell doesn’t linger, though. It disappears as soon as the shampoo is lathered into hair, which is a bit disappointing. It froths up easily and hair feels clean without being stripped once rinsed. When my hair is dry, it has a bit of bounce and shine, but it doesn’t feel deeply nourished or conditioned. Is this the best shampoo I’ve ever used? No, but it’s pretty good and it’s cheap as chips. There are a ton of other fruity scents in this range, too, all lollipop colored and luscious smelling.

The Skinny: A decent shampoo that’s super cheap, smells yummy and leaves hair clean but not stripped.

Cost:

UK: £1 from Tesco

USA: $3.06 from BritishSupermarketWorldwide

Rating: 3/5

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