You might have seen my latest post featuring the Colour Cow one minute transformation cream here, and today I give you their Colour Wow Security shampoo and conditioner.
The first thing I noticed is the shampoo and conditioner are sulfate-free, I henna my hair every 6-7 weeks and always use colour protect products on my hair, especially sulphate free ones, as this stops damage and stripping colour and natural oils from the hair. The conditioner contains sealicon colour shield complex, which helps protect the hair and make it more smooth and glossy. I noticed a huge difference in my hairs colour and texture after using this duo from the first application! It left my hair very shiny, smooth and soft.
I also noticed a difference in my hair colour and how it enhanced the colour to highlight different shades and tones of red in my hair, it also improved the volume and my hair looked genuinely healthy compared to using my regular shampoo, which I have now finished and won’t be buying again. This duo is very hydrating and gentle, it’s perfect for normal to thick colour treated hair and lathers great, considering it’s SLS free. The Colour Security Shampoo comes with LCD Technology giving a new depth to dull coloured hair, it really brightens and releases new life into coloured hair by producing rich glossy tones and intense colour.
It also prevents colour fading with the added LCD Technology to lock colour in by keeping the cuticle tight throughout cleansing, where most shampoos, even sulfate-free formulas open the cuticle, stripping colour and moisture, which is news to me! I had no idea sulfate-free shampoos could technically strip the hair. After shampooing you will then use the Colour Security Conditioner to seal the cuticle and provide multi-level protection for colour treated hair. With Aquamino Emulsion Technology to super-condition and infuse hair with superior hydration. The sealicon complex flattens and seals the cuticle for more manageable hair, and a smooth ultra-reflective finish.
What’s your favourite Shampoo/Conditioner?