The purpose of this collection, which isn’t new by the way, is to volumize as well as being gentle on both hair and colour. The shampoo is gentle enough to use daily, and is slightly different to regular shampoo in formulation. It’s something like a gel-milk – thinner than you expect and you need to leave it on for a minute or two before rinsing off. The conditioner is very rich – you really need only a very small amount – and I found it highly nourishing. The theory of the formula is that the acidic pH tightens the hair cuticle and limits the escape of any dyes or colourants you might have on. I don’t think I’ve used it long enough to put that particular claim to the test, but I can hardly bring myself to use anything else at the moment because I love it so much. In terms of volume – yes, there definitely is some .. I’d say post blow-dry, my hair looks like it has more body without looking over the top big.
Christophe Robin Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner with Rose Extracts is best for those with fine hair that needs a little bit of oomph, but to be quite honest, I don’t think this is going cause trouble for more or less any hair type. I genuinely loved the fact that the following day I was still getting little wafts of the scent. It’s a luxury range, priced accordingly, but for a spring time treat that’s just an absolute joy, I would highly recommend. If you take only one, I’d take the conditioner – this is definitely my favourite Christophe range yet. Shampoo is £29 and Conditioner is £33 HERE non aff HERE. You get a free Volumizing Paste with either.
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