Monday, March 9, 2009

Review: Sally's Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner

Thank you all so so so much for wishing me well, I totally think it helped me get better faster! Gosh I swear you ladies are THEE best!! I really really appreciate it! =)

Also before you read this review I just wanted to say that I'm pretty much all better now just been trying to catch up on sleep since I didn't get the best while I was sick. I had planned on doing my entries for some contests as my first post back but I decided it would be better if I waited until tomorrow since I still need a few items to complete the looks. Ok on to the review...

What it Claims:

-Shea butter softens and moisturizes
-Smooths hair and battles frizz
-Provides shine
-Leaves hair manageable

Infused with Shea butter, Sally Hydrating Shampoo restores a healthy, shiny glow. Manage frizz and leave hair healthy looking while adding moisture to overworked, thirsty hair.

Regenerate dull, overworked locks with Sally Hydrating Conditioner for a glowing, healthy look. Specially formulated with Shea butter to combat dry hair.

Sizes available: 12oz. for both

Other products in this line include: Gel and Glosser

Where you can buy it: Only at Sally's Beauty Supply and

Price: $4.99 each or $4.49 each with Sally's Card

My Rating: 4 peace signs

The Good: If your hair is affected by the weather like mine then you know during the winter months and coming into spring that your hair takes a beating. This shampoo really saved my hair from being dry, dull and on really bad days brittle (only the ends though). The formula is really moisturizing, isn't heavy at all and has a nice smell.

The Bad: For my hair type (oily scalp, dry ends) I couldn't use these on a daily basis because it would over-hydrate my hair and cause my scalp to become overly oily so I had to switch it to either every other day or every few days to balance out my hair. I think that if you don't have the oily problem like I do this shampoo and conditioner can be an everyday usage for you.

Overall: I really do like this shampoo and conditioner, I have seen a difference in my hair nothing huge but I can see that my hair is in better shape from using these than before. So if this shampoo and conditioner sound like something you've been looking for then definitely check these out!

If you have any questions about these that I might have left out just let me know!!

*Just MY opinion/experience with this product*


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the review! Believe it it or not, 1 of my fav shampoo is Head & Shoulders. lol. I use 3 diff shampoos and thats got to be the best scalp cleansing one for me since I too have oily hair! =)))

Anonymous said...

LOL. U like those freaky flys huh! =))))

I use the Smooth & Silk line of H&S. (The pink label)

They also have the a few other lines that are really nice. If you like minty scalp, try the Refresh one.It's an alternative to that expensive Paul mitchell Tea Tree shampoo!! =))

Hope that helps!

xoannie said...

Lately, I've been using the Vitamin Water Shampoo and Conditioner. They're rather expensive but the scents drew me in! They smell sooooo goood.

Makeup Mama said...

Thanks for the review! I've had the oily roots/dry ends thing lately too, which is weird for me. I've never really had oily hair, but I've been using Aussie's cleanse & mend and also Neutrogena's clarifying shampoo once a week and it seems to be working. If it doesn't pan out, I'll have to try this!