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Klorane Pomegranate Colour Enhancing Shampoo 200ml is rated out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lizmdel from Fabulous This is a really great shampoo - as well as maintaining my colour for longer, my hair is less greasy and has more body and combined with Klorane's dry shampoo I can go an extra day between washes. Lovely fragrance too. All in all a class product and I'm on my third bottle in a row and can't see myself changing any time soon.
Date published: 2015-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by amelia from I chose the wrong shampoo The shampoo left my hair a bit greasy, so I think I chose the wrong shampoo. It is very difficult to recommend shampoos as it depends what kind of hair one has. I do not think I will buy it again. My husband is using it quite happily.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by Greasil from Almost 5 stars... Decided to try it based on other reviews. I have fine hair (but a lot of it!), naturally wavy, normally medium blonde (coloured red/strawberry blonde every 6 weeks or so). Used it 2x now - both times it has significantly reduced the frizz I normally have from blow drying & looks much shinier. That gets an A* for sure! But, I've noticed when I go to brush out my hair during the day, it's full of static (a small price to pay for no frizz!). I think the fragrance is more grapefruit than pomegranate - but still pleasant. What I deducted one star for - for being a colour-safe shampoo, it has sodium laureleth sulfate :( boo. That, or sodium laurel sulfate, normally strips the red out faster than anything, so not too keen on that, but we shall see in a few weeks! So far, so good otherwise. For 200ml at £7 it's a smidge pricey - most shampoos are 250ml at a minimum. I guess I could justify the price for an extra 50ml! (I just wish it was sulfate free...)
Date published: 2015-04-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by skincare101 from Good, but not enough This shampoo is good, and I would recommend to a friend, but it's just not quite good enough. I tried Klorane as a last ditch attempt to find a product for my hair. I have a lot of very fine but quite course hair, which is regularly professionally coloured and extremely prone to frizz. I have resisted spending money on professional haircare because the costs are so high, and as I love french pharmacy products I thought I would give this a go. It really just didn't do anything exceptional. My hair was softened a bit but the extreme frizz was not tamed. This is a good product, better than most at the cheaper end of the scale perhaps, but it didn't do anything for my own hair in a meaningful way.
Date published: 2014-06-25