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Biotique Bio Henna Leaf Shampoo Review

Biotique is a pro nature brand encompassing ranges of beauty potions from skincare to make-up. The entry into make-up cosmetics domain is quite recent though. Bioqtiue, has had a sweet sour relationship with me, as in, some products just conjured up magic for me, while some let me down miserably.

I am reviewing the Henna Leaf Shampoo from biotique, the only shampoo from this brand which works magic on my tresses. To mention, I have tried their walnut bark and neem shampoo and they did not live up to my expectations.

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The Look : A light reddish brown gel like appearance, with a runny consistency .

The Smell: Very much herbal or ayurvedic sort of 🙂

My Take: The shampoo lathers luxuriantly, and yet maintains moisture balance on my normal hair. It cleans exuberantly and leaves a lingering herbal smell.  Also, it highlights the hair with a burgundy tinge and even covers grey hair with a reddish hennalike hue. I  love this shampoo for this very fact, as it painlessly imparts a henna tinge to my hair, without the hardwork. Also, it reduces product build up, cleans the hair of dirt and grime, to some extent works on dandruff too. It did not cause any adverse reactions on my hair.

But, I have a warning as it might dehydrate dry hair and it is better that people with dry hair stay away from it.

Summary : A great shampoo for normal to oily hair 🙂 that colors, cleans and conditions in one go. Not recommended for dry hair.

Product Score: 4/5

Price: 180 for 200 ml, also available online.

 

 

 

 

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Say YES to Hair Colour with L’OrĂ©al Paris Casting Creme Gloss

I am blessed with good hair, no matter whatever I do with it, it remains the same. At times, I am really careless about it. When the L’OrĂ©al Paris team approached me with this really innovative “Casting Creme Gloss”, I decided to give myself a makeover with colour this Durga puja, which is our prime festival.

I was really impressed by the “No-Ammonia” hair colour that can be done at home, which is time saving.  Also that is smells good  and leaves the hair shiny and glossy:) has left me saying  ” I am going to try this. Yes I am !! ”

This is what L’Oréal Paris has to say :

Casting Crème Gloss is the perfect hair colour for women who prize quality and care over everything else. It is a no ammonia hair colourant that gives your hair rich, visible tones and a stunning glossy shine. Enriched with Royal Jelly, a naturally occurring substance known for its rare nutritive and rejuvenating quality, Casting Crème Gloss ensures that post colouring hair is left revitalized with a glossy shine. Its crème formula contains a special patented conditioning complex that helps protect the hair fibre inside and out for exceptionally soft voluptuous hair.It is easy to apply, takes just 20 minutes and comes in a do-it-yourself kit which saves unnecessary trips to the parlour. The delicate fragrance makes coloring a luxurious treat! It delivers on every aspect, quite like the modern Indian woman

Our campaign aims to educate women about the benefits of colouring their hair. We would like to also get them to Say Yes To Colour! Since, most women are apprehensive about colouring their hair; we want to introduce women to the safe No Ammonia Casting Crème Gloss. We want women to rediscover themselves and try different shades from our range!

For more information on this revolutionary hair colour you can visit: http://goo.gl/tQBqY

Since most of the Indian women are apprehensive about colouring their hair, L’Oréal Paris has come up with some myth busters related to hair colour. Do have a look at them below.

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To pick a shade that suits you the best, take the ‘My Hair My Colour’ quiz here: http://bit.ly/MyHairMyColour.

Even I have taken it and three shades were recommended to me. I am going to try one of the suggested shades. Do take the hair colour quiz and try a shade, have a makeover at home :).

L’OrĂ©al Paris also has a pledge named ‘Say Yes to Colour’ pledge on Facebook. This is the link: http://awe.sm/m5mSM. Do take the pledge and revolutionize the woman in you to accept hair colour.

L’Oréal Paris also answers the hair colouring related queries here: http://www.lorealparis.co.in/_en/_in/about/faq.aspx#tab:FAQ_Haircolor

PS: Information sent by company PR on myths related to hair colour. The Images belong to  L’Oréal Paris.

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How To Select The Right Color For Your Hair

Hair coloring is a rage nowadays, with many of us choosing to color our hair in a variety of shades, be it subtle highlights or complete hair color. It does change one looks from the usual monotonous self and refurbishes our whole persona. Though it make us look and feel gorgeous, we have to keep certain points in mind before selecting the hair color. The perfect color selection is the secret behind gorgeous celebrity hair colors :).

Some points which I would mention here are :

  1.  It is not advised to opt for a shade which is way to different from ones own natural hair color. The difference between the natural hair color and the selected one should be subtle and not drastic. The change needs to be gradual, may be one tone light or dark from one own natural hair color.
  2. The skin tone is the most important deciding factor while choosing the shade,  it needs to be kept in mind always . Indians are mostly warm complexioned, colors such as browns, auburn browns, deep caramel etc flatter our skin tones.
  3. Never use Henna on colored hair, Henna lends its own color to the hair and makes it look garish. Also one need to grow out the whole hair strands before  recoloring, as the new color would not manifest properly.
  4. when choosing colors to highlight our hair, its always better to choose a color which is four shades lighter than the rest of the hair color.

Hope you find these helpful :), also drop in your additions to this article 🙂

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