Haircare, oh haircare.Yes haircare has been featured a lot lately on this blog, but only because it can more often than not be the bane of my life and I love trying out new haircare products and this latest trio have become such a staple in my hair routine that they’re even going to be travelling across the pond with me on my 5 week American adventure.
Pureology are a vegan colour care brand, and the latest Fullfyl range is a brand new, sulfate free hair care system for fine, colour treated hair, in need of density and texture. Now my hair is not currently colour treated, so I can’t comment on the colour properties, however when I spoke to the PR for this she said it would still be a nice haircare system for me due to my fine hair, and she was right. The new range creates full-bodied, lived-in texture that actually looks and feels like more hair, with Intra-Cylane for a densifying effect and Phyto-Blend for optimal thicker hair. The Shampoo costs £16, the Conditioner £20 and the star product, the Densifying Spray, is £23. I really enjoyed trying these products out and in particular the spray. Now when I saw it was a spray I envisaged a fine mist spray, but this type of spray shot out of the bottle in quite a thick stream – so be warned when you first use it. However once I had got to grips with the spray, I really enjoyed incorporating it into my routine and enjoyed the thickening effect that it gave. To use, simply apply to damp hair, section by section, beginning at the scalp area. Then massage into the roots and work through the ends, styling as usual.
The shampoo and conditioner are lovely. They smell amazing, with a high-performing fragrance that opens with notes of nectarine, pineapple, apple, melon and mango followed by soft jasmine and tropical gardenia, and rounded out by creamy vanilla, amber and soft woods. Whilst the fragrance description sounds fairly complex, in short it smells very fresh and salon-like and is not too over-powering. I also found with the shampoo and conditioner that you certainly did not need to use much product at all, and for a sulfate free formula, was suprised at how super foamy and lather-y the shampoo was, which was a nice surprise.
What do you think, have you tried anything from Pureology before?