Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Lush Daddy-O Shampoo Review

Lush Daddy-O Shampoo

Unless I attend the gym I do not wash my hair every day and in case you haven't noticed a gym bunny I am not! I have long, thick hair which means washing it is a chore so any shampoo that will not only brighten my blonde, soften my hair and pro-long freshness gets my vote. Ladies and gentlemen here is why you need Lush Daddy-O shampoo in your shower A.S.A.P...

First of all and most importantly do not be put off by the fact this shampoo has been created for blonde hair as it will not damage other shades (if you have dyed pastel hair that is not lilac or blue perhaps skip). Rather it will brighten and add a little shine to all hair colours. Basically Lush Daddy-O shampoo is what us blondes call a purple or silver shampoo - a bright violet tinted product that helps to tone and neutralise brassy yellow tones within all shades of blonde. I have tried several toning shampoo's from just about every brand going and can honestly say that Lush Daddy-O is just as good as many an expensive brand. It gently brightens my hair and stops the lengths from looking/yellow and orange (I'm long due a visit to the hairdresser...whoops).

Sure I like the brightening aspect but the real selling point of this shampoo is the cleansing power - it gently but deeply cleanses the hair and scalp without stripping the hair. It removes all product build up as well as general dirt and grime with ease all the while being some what conditioning as it contains extra virgin coconut oil (you will still need to use a stand alone conditioner in my opinion). Typically I wash my hair every second day but since switching to Lush Daddy-O a little over two weeks ago I can now go three days without washing my hair (I do still shower in-case there was any doubt ha!) and it is still oil free and fresh - it smells like Parma Violets (a little like Marc Jacobs Daisy EDT).

If you are looking to keep your hair fresher for longer all the while brightening and being kind to both the environment and your tresses a bottle of Lush Daddy-O should take pride of place in your bathroom!

Lush Daddy-O Shampoo £5.40-£17.50 via Lush - link.

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1 comment:

  1. I haven't tried any Lush shampoos, it just seems weird to put these kind of products on my hair? Does that sound weird xD

    xx Anine


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