L’Oreal ‘No-Sulphates’ Shampoo and Conditioner Review
A few months ago my natural brown locks were no where to be seen. I was in fact a blonde and had been blonde for the previous 5 years of my life. As much as I loved it, the upkeep was costly and the years of bleach were beginning to take their toll on my fine hair. With much courage, I eventually booked an appointment at the hairdressers to be transformed into a brunette. However, everytime I would wash my hair, the rich brown colour would fade, eventually leaving me with a reddy gingery tone to my hair – not the prettiest I can tell you! I needed a shampoo that would stop the colour fading so quick and repair some of the damage done from years of bleaching.
L’Oreal Paris Hair Expertise EverPure Colour Care & Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner
Whilst scouring the hair aisle in Boots, I came across a range from L’Oreal I’d never seen before – the L’Oreal Expertise EverPure range. I loved the metallic finish to the packaging and the squeezy tube design, making it easy to squeeze out just as much product as necessary. The difference between these and the other shampoos and conditioners on the shelves was the ‘NO SULPHATES’ message printed on the front. I’d never tried any shampoo without sulphates before, but after reading that they can supposedly damage colour-treated hair and make it fade faster, I was all for trying non-sulphate products.
|L’Oreal Paris Hair Expertise EverPure Colour Care & Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner|
Now for the colour part. Compared to sulphate shampoos I do think this seems to make my colour last longer. There is definitely less colour residue coming out after I wash it and it’s a nice feeling knowing your not damaging your colour whilst using these.
Non-sulphate shampoos seem to be becoming a lot more popular in the hair care world. As sulphates make your hair lather well, I wasn’t sure what to expect when first using these. However, if I hadn’t known these were sulphate-free I would have had no idea this was any different to any other shampoo and conditioner out there. They lather and clean my hair just as thoroughly and I will definitely be repurchasing.
Although I chose the moisture set which you can buy here, there are quite a few different versions available, such as volumising and smoothing. If you’re coloured hair is fading too quick and feeling a bit damaged, try this range out and let me know what you think. They are also currently on 2 for £9 in Boots – what a bargain!
Are there any other shampoos and conditioners you’d recommend for colour-treated hair?