I was just sent this shampoo/conditioner/hair texturizer in the mail and I’ve given myself ample time to test out the products.
Shampoos and conditioners, many of them are the same. These products stray a little from the norm, however.
Shampoo is a great residue buildup removing shampoo that doesn’t remove all of the moisture of your hair at the same time. It’s a shampoo, removes the appearance of grease, and doesn’t require me to use too much product.
Conditioner is clear. It is a clear conditioner. I am used to heavy, creamy, thick hair masks. Clear conditioner?! Would I need to follow it up with a mask or something? Actually, nope. In summer heat, this was all my locks needed. Regular conditioner would weigh my hair down. This doesn’t. Score.
Aaand I’m still scared of the texturizer and haven’t used it. I don’t want to dry out my hair. I’ve already admitted I’m afraid of hairspray.
Oh, and Sebastian isn’t a cruelty free brand. So you know you won’t see me recommending it. But we as consumers hold the right to stick to our morals, these are just mine.