Saturday 30 June 2012

Aussie Aussome Volume Ltd. Edition collection

Aussie aussome volume ltd edition shampoo and conditioner
It seems as though I am forever searching for the perfect shampoo. Constantly chopping and changing you will find an array of shampoos and conditioners in my bathroom. One brand that I seem to always return to when my hair needs a good pick me up is Aussie. This was my brand of choice throughout my teenage years which was some years ago. I would class this as mid of the range price wise. Its approximately £5.99 each but I took advantage of the 3 for 2 in boots so it worked out rather well.

I am a sucker for a shampoo with a strong aroma. The fruity tropical scent of this instantly draws me in and I love the fact that not only does this smell ridiculously incredible in the shower but the scent actually lingers afterwards allowing me to catch a whiff of it throughout the day. This lathers up pretty darn well meaning that I only need a 50 pence sized dollop for my long hair and it does the job. Being the volume edition to their collection this does a great job of removing all traces of dirt and grease meaning my hair feels weighless afterwards which is perfect for fine haired ladies like myself that may have lots of hair but lack in the volume stakes. When I wash my hair it can become quite knotty which means the main thing I look for in a conditioner is one that removes all tangles and gives me that smooth glossy feeling when I rinse. This does just that, it allows me to get a wide tooth comb through in the shower with ease and as it rinses it instantly feels smoother. With some volumising shampoos I can find that they can be slightly drying but surprisingly I did not find that was an issue with these and whilst it lifted my roots it actually gave the ends of my hair which can be a tad damaged a good burst of moisture. Even my best mate commented on how glossy my hair was looking. This was definitely a winner in my opinion and now I don't know why I ever strayed from this brand in the first place...

What are your thoughts on the Aussie range? Nay or yay?