Wednesday 17 February 2016

Speed Review: Klorane Camomile Shampoo for Blonde Highlights

I was recently sent Klorane Camomile Shampoo for Blonde Highlights but being brunette, I passed it on to my blonde friend Ellie to try.

Klorane Camomile Shampoo review

Klorane Camomile Shampoo for Blonde Highlights is designed to enhance & reveal golden highlights, leaving blonde hair radiant, soft, shiny & easy to style. So, did Ellie feel that it delivered on the claims? Over to her...

I was familiar with the Klorane brand but I had never used any of their products. I wasn't very impressed with the packaging. I found the bottle quite bland and it wouldn't have caught my eye on the shop shelf. The floral design gives the impression that it's quite a natural product. Overall, I didn't feel that the packaging reflected the price point.

The ingredients and directions for use are only on the outer box and I was surprised not to see them also printed on the bottle. I found this a little frustrating as I sometimes like to check back & see if a product contains a particular ingredient, without having to keep the outer packaging. Nevertheless, this alone wouldn't put me off purchasing the shampoo.

The slimline bottle fitted neatly on my shower shelf & I liked that I was easily able to see how much of the product is remaining. I found the cap a little difficult to open.

Klorane Camomile Shampoo for Blonde Highlights has a creamy consistency & lathers really well. I felt that I didn't need to use as much product as I usually do with other shampoos owing to the generous lather it produces. It left my hair feeling smooth, even when wet & rinsed out easily. It didn't leave any residue and I also felt that it had a detangling effect.

The shampoo does smell strongly of camomile. It's a fresh scent but I found it a little clinical. That said, I wasn't able to notice the scent once I had dried & styled my hair.

Following use, my hair truly felt healthier. It felt clean and silky after every use. I didn't feel that it particularly "enhanced" my highlights but it didn't strip or dull the colour either.

At £7 for 200ml, I feel that Klorane Camomile Shampoo for Blonde Highlights is a little overpriced. I would be prepared to pay around £5 for it. Having said that, I'd recommend the shampoo to other blondes & would repurchase because my hair did feel great after using.


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