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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Fly like a bird.

I've been wanting to review this product for a while, but I wanted to give it a few more goes before I raved about it. I was given a sample of Dove's Express Treatment Conditioner, I think from the Clothes Show last year. Anyway, I gave it a whirl, but to be honest I wasn't wowed at first. The sample size wasn't massive so I only got one try of it, as I like to cake on the conditioner, I also didn't read the instructions and just lobbed it on and washed it straight off.




I saw it advertised on the TV last week, and didn't realise it was the same stuff. I swear I am an advertiser's dream, I'm a sucker for a new product. So I popped into Boots, of course, and saw the Dove hair care range was on save a 1/3, bonus! I picked up the full size bottle for £2.24 for 180ml. It comes out like a swirl of orangey/yellow and white, and smells like sweets! It has a yummy mango smell, I think anyway. This time I did read the instructions, it is to be used like a hair mask but you only need to leave it on for a minute, which is fab when you're in a rush, like I always am. I've got to say I'm pretty impressed second time around. It leave your hair super soft and really manageable. Considering I used bleach to re-ombre the ends of my hair last week, it's in pretty good condition, compared to how it has been. I will defiantly be picking this up again, I think it does just as good a job as some of the more premium brands I've tried and for more than half the price.

I've just ran out of my Lee Stafford shampoo, so I'm on a mission for new shampoo today, any recommendations?!

Katie xx

4 comments:

  1. how great is this shampoo! it makes my hair so much softer, and almost makes my split ends disappear!
    cool review! :) x

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  2. Hey! Ive awarded you with the Sunshine Award :D

    Check it out; http://describingbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/sunshine-award.html

    xxx

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    Lovely Greetings from Vienna ♡

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  4. chose the body shop ones or Dr Organic ones..doesnt have sulphates or silicones(or parabens).dove are mostly petrochemicals :( xx

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