I have only very recently discovered how incredible the lush hair care range is. Since I have started using their products on my hair, I have noticed such a difference in how is looks and feels. I have also noticed that my hair now grows an awful lot quicker than when I was using general drugstore hair care brands.
Lush have such a wide variety on hair care product, that no matter what type of hair you have, there will defiantly be a product for you. I have taken it upon myself this year to try as many of there wonderful hair care products in the hope that I am going to find my ultimate hair product that suits my hair the best.
These last few months I have been trying the curly wurly coconut shampoo. Lush do a range of liquid shampoo and also a range of solid shampoos. The curly wurly shampoo is somewhere in between the middle of these two types of shampoo. It is a thick consistency and comes in one of lush’s famous black pots. When you want to use some of this shampoo all you have to do is scoop the desired amount out of the pot.
This shampoo is designed for curly hair, I most defiantly don’t have curly hair and I still found that this product worked wonders on my hair.
Containing a very impressive list of natural ingredients including stimulating and brightening fresh papaya, strengthening and conditioning fresh free range eggs and a very large helping of desiccated coconut this shampoo has an abostly devine scent and due to its very ample helping of coconut this is the ingredient which stands out the most in its scent.
The fantastic list of ingredients that are contained in this shampoo help to create a shampoo with some incredible effects. This shampoo helps to remove dryness and tame frizz as well ass adding shine, softness and moisture to the hair.
I found this little pot of shampoo lasted me almost 3 months which made it great value for money. I have quite long hair and found I only needed a small out. Once water is added to this product it creates a very thick lather which easily spreads throughout the hair.
I personally found the little bits of coconut very hard to wash out of my hair and would find little bits falling out my hair when brushing it, so make sure when using this product you give you hair an extra good rinse. it might also be better suited to people with slightly shorter hair. I also found my hair to be quite tangled after this shampoo. But these two little down points are totally out weighted by all of the incredible good points of this product.
Overall I was exstremly impressed with this product and I very nearly ended up buying another pot of this shampoo rather than trying out a new one. If your looking for a new shampoo I would defiantly recommend giving this one a go.
Rating – 5/5
Top Tip – make sure you rinse you hair well after using.
Price – £5.75- 100g, £10.75 -220g, £18.25 -440g
Ingredients – Ammonium Laureth Sulphate, Desiccated Coconut, Cetearyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Water, Fresh Organic Lemon Juice, Glyceryl Stearate and PEG-100 Stearate, Perfume, Linseed Infusion, Fresh Papaya, Lauryl Betaine,Fresh Organic Free Range Eggs, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Organic Jojoba Oil, Avocado Butter, Fair Trade Vanilla Absolute, Vetivert Oil, Benzoin Resinoid, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Alkanet Extract, Lanolin, Cetrimonium Bromide, Counarin