Sunday shampoo samples | Elemis, Aveda & Pureology | Lee Stafford

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Sunday shampoo samples – Elemis, Pureology & Aveda

by on April 22, 2012 · 6 comments

As you all must know by now I’m trying to whittle down my ridiculous stash of goodies which is going better this month than last. I’m also trying to use all those bazillion sachets and little bottles of goo that I have tucked away in a clear box that stares at me every morning in the bathroom. Does anyone ever use their samples or do you hide them away in a magic box for a rainy day? One of my favourite Australian beauty bloggers Tine from Beautyholics Anonymous has an impressive epic stash of samples that she has organised into little bags that you have to see!

So from left to right:

Elemis Aromazing Shampoo – This is the best one of the lot and made my hair look full and bouncy. My hair has a natural wave and this really brought it out without making me look frizztastic. Fee from Makeup Savvy sent me this last year and I only just got around to trying it so thanks Fee!

Pureology Antifade Shampoo – I did a sort of review of this in my December empties post. I really liked this at first but when I bought the full size products I wasn’t so impressed. I must have had loads of these sachets lying around but I think I’ve finished them now.

Aveda Rosemary Mint Shampoo – This is an Aveda classic for chicks like me who have the greasiest hair ever! Some of the Marriott hotels in the US carry Aveda so my dad always gets extras from the cleaning staff to give to me when he and my mom go away for the weekend.

Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment – Now this isn’t a sample but I thought as I was already talking about hair stuffs I’d throw this one in. Even though this is a treatment I’ve been using this as a conditioner because I ran out last week and haven’t bothered to get any more. At first I thought this had a weird smell like vinegar, but now I’ve decided it smells like a mens hair product. Anyway aside from funky smell this has done something really nice to my hair. I don’t know what it is but it just looks better. My hair is already long so I’m not trying to grow it but I will be buying this again when I run out.

Thanks for reading and have a lovely Sunday peeps!

Tagged as: Aveda, Elemis, Lee Stafford, Pureology

 

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  • { 6 comments… read them below or add one }

    Jan April 22, 2012 at 7:54 pm

    I love Aveda, I sort of forget about because it has been around for a bit but really it is such a great range – very enlivening in the morning! Thanks for this review.

    ReplyApril 26, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Your welcome and glad to have you back – AGAIN

    ReplyVictoria April 24, 2012 at 10:50 pm

    I love the sound of the Elemis shampoo. I really like Elemis products in general and have a soft spot for the lime and ginger scrub!
    x

    ReplyApril 26, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Would you be shocked if I told you that I’ve never used the that Elemis scrub? Don’t fall over it’s true! xoxo

    ReplyRia April 26, 2012 at 8:10 pm

    The Elemis shampoo sounds interesting. I have wavy hair, and whenever I use a shampoo to bring the wave out of them, they become afro! I shall give it a go soon!
    x

    ReplyApril 26, 2012 at 9:41 pm

    Well at least an afro is a style, my hair just becomes scarecrow! Thanks for you comment hun! x

    Reply