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. 
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Colour Wow: Shampoo and Conditioner c/o
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? 
xo, Jenny


  1. Jenny
    3rd December 2014 / 12:50 PM

    Red hair is always hair to take care of, especially when it comes to keeping the colour in as Red dye is the first to fade quick compared to other hair dye shades on the market! Definitely invest in a good colour shampoo/conditioner or even better try Red Hair shampoos/conditioners that keep the colour in by using a red tint in the product! I just bought the Aveda Madder Root duo for Red Hair and cant wait to see the results x

  2. 2nd December 2014 / 7:36 PM

    I need to give this a try asap! I only use sulfate free but my normal shampoo is IMPOSSIBLE to get in the Seattle area since I moved back!

    xx Cara

    • Jenny
      7th December 2014 / 11:18 PM

      Aww that’s not good! Maybe you could try get it online? Sulfate free is definitely the way to go if you want to keep your colour x

    • Jenny
      7th December 2014 / 11:18 PM

      Ohh wow! this is the first time I have met someone who also uses henna! <3 I could definitely recommend this duo its fab x

  3. Shereeeen ♥
    2nd December 2014 / 1:40 PM

    They both sound like great products, especially as they’re hydrating as I have curly hair which is prone to dryness 🙁 X


    • Jenny
      7th December 2014 / 11:17 PM

      Thanks lovely and I understand what you mean! xx

  4. Sabrina Chakici
    2nd December 2014 / 1:34 PM

    Thanks for sharing! I love the TIGI products for damaged hair xX

    • Jenny
      7th December 2014 / 11:17 PM

      I love TIGI too and normally use this but want to change and try different brands x

  5. 2nd December 2014 / 12:50 PM

    These products sound fantastic! Great that they’re sulfate-free 🙂

    • Jenny
      7th December 2014 / 11:16 PM

      Thanks lovely and I know right! I need to keep an eye on brands now especially the ingredients x

    • Jenny
      3rd December 2014 / 1:14 PM

      Thanks lovely, and I definitely recommend these! They work xx

    2nd December 2014 / 8:07 AM

    This sounds like a really fantastic shampoo!
    Melanie @

    • Jenny
      3rd December 2014 / 12:48 PM

      Thanks x

  7. 2nd December 2014 / 2:51 AM

    do you know what is the difference between colouring your hair with usual dye (like loreal, etc) and henna ?
    is colouring with henna won’t damaged your hair as if colouring with usual hair dye Jenny ?


    • Jenny
      3rd December 2014 / 12:48 PM

      Henna is a natural dye process that increases volume, growth and shine! Its more gentle on the hair and promotes positive outcomes compared to chemical dyes that can ruin the hair and dry it out! Henna is around the same price as chemical dyes but good for your hair! 🙂 The colour is also more natural and changes depending on natural light to bring out different shades and tones xx

    • Jenny
      3rd December 2014 / 12:46 PM

      Thanks Becky! I always find good shampoos and conditioners but normally stick to what I know but this has made me realise I should try different things sometimes as they can work just as good! x

  8. 2nd December 2014 / 1:07 AM

    these sound amazing! definitely need to try 🙂

    Rachel // Style Soup

    • Jenny
      3rd December 2014 / 12:45 PM

      Thanks Rachel and I highly recommend you do! They do come up pricey but you definitely noticed results xx