This shampoo smells amazing. It says it is icy pineapple and cotton leaf, and it does not smell like pineapple, it smells really good. I wish Clairol had an herbal essence shampoo that smelled just like this so I could use it everyday. This shampoo is a clarifier meaning it gets rid of product buildup like hairgel in your hair. It got rid of my buildup but left my hair really dry and strawlike. So, then I conditioned my hair with Herbal Essences Hello Hydration conditioner to restore some of the moisture. My hair is shiny, yes still a bit frizzy, but it is clean. I did not feel it tingle my hair, but when I was rinsing I actually saw some of the buildup particles gross!!! My hairdresser noticed my hair gunk and said it was caused by product buildup like hairspray and hairgel. I always put alot of product on my hair since it is frizzy. Well, I was at the store and was looking for a clarifying shampoo. I love the way the Herbal Essences line smells, and remembered there is a degunk shampoo so I decided to try it, and only at a price of $2.97.
My girlfriend has mixed hair types. After she shampoo and conditions her hair and after it air dries, her hair becomes temporarily frizzy and dry at the ends. However, after 1-2 days of washing her hair, her scalp and hair becomes oily/greasy. Would it be wise for her to use the Drama clean/degunkify shampoo and use the Hello Hydration conditoner?
Hair sprays, color treatments, and frizz-control products can leave anyone's locks in need of a vacation. Refresh your hair and scalp with a deep-cleaning clarifying shampoo.
"Use a clarifying shampoo once a month instead of your regular wash to get rid of the buildup that accumulates and to restore shine," says Louise O'Connor, a salon owner in New York City.
Fekkai Apple Cider Clarifying Shampoo, $23;
Herbal Essences Drama Clean Degunkify Tingling Shampoo, $3;
Aubrey Organics Green Tea Clarifying Shampoo, $10;
Emmett Cooper Haircare Clarify Wash, $20;