There are great shampoos around and I have been having soul-searching for a good one; I have finally finished the Redken Color Extend Shampoo and I am looking for new alternatives that can protect my colored hair and add some vibrant shine without weighing it down as I have thin hair. Today, I am reviewing the Sebastian Light Shampoo that comes in a huge bottle. I really hate shampoo shopping every month and when something good suits my hair, I find it difficult to change. I have heard about this salon brand from quite a few friends and how it has transformed their hair. I had seen good results from this brand during my last salon hair cut, where the stylist used this shampoo and conditioner. I was very impressed with the results, so got them all 🙂
Light Shampoo glides through hair, leaving hair infused with nourishing conditioners while building body movement and lift. Promotes ease of blow-dry and healthy radiant shine. Recommended for fine chemically-treated hair. Color safe. L.A. stylist duo entered the 70s determined to push things further and take a generation from flower power to fearless hair fashion. Sebastian was founded on this principle of fearlessness. A thirst for innovation and changing the game has been our raison d’être from the word go. Today is no different.
How To Use:
Massage into wet hair to activate the rich lather, rinse thoroughly. Repeat if necessary. Follow with Light Conditioner.
Price and Quantity:
$38 for 33.8 oz
Packaging: The shampoo is the largest one available, but there are smaller ones too. This bottle is made of durable plastic with a press open cap. It’s a bulky bottle and not apt for travel, but it can be poured into smaller travel-sized bottles.
My Experience with Sebastian Light Weightless Shine Shampoo:
I have been using the shampoo for a few weeks now and this has made my hair bouncier and this shampoo has added shine to my hair also. Since it is color safe, I don’t have to worry about it washing off my hair color. The fragrance is very refreshing and makes shower time more relaxing.
This shampoo is clear and is of semi-viscous liquid consistency, it glides on wet hair and lathers really well. It doesn’t dry out my hair, but I use Sebastian Drench Conditioner after rinsing my hair.
The shampoo is gentle enough to be used every day. I am glad this shampoo cleans my hair really well without making it dry and my hair smells good too.
I do use hair styling products sometimes and when there is a buildup, this shampoo cleans away all the residue. The conditioner from the same range works well too. I use this shampoo after oiling my hair, and even then, it does a super job in washing off all oil. I couldn’t have asked anything more from a shampoo, I am very happy with this one 🙂
Pros of Sebastian Light Weightless Shine Shampoo:
- Cleans hair well.
- Protects color.
- Reduces frizz.
- Smells very nice.
- A little goes a long way.
- Adds shine to the hair.
Cons of Sebastian Light Weightless Shine Shampoo:
- Bulky bottle.
Would I Recommend Sebastian Light Weightless Shine Shampoo?
If you are looking for a regular use shampoo that can help you achieve manageable and healthy hair, and protect your hair color as well, then this is a must-have shampoo.
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