L’OREAL EVERCURL SULFATE-FREE HYDRACHARGE SHAMPOO AND LEAVE-IN CREAM PRODUCT REVIEW
As most of you know, I have been on the hunt for a new shampoo and leave-in conditioner for quite some time. I wanted a shampoo that I could be satisfied with– something that cleaned my hair well (especially from built up eco styler gel), didn’t dry my hair out or create knots, and smelled great. As for a leave-in conditioner, I want something that would replace my bevy of leave-ins so that I’d have one go-to leave-in conditioner. After all, combining does get tiring..
I just recently tested out the L’Oreal EverCurl Sulfate-Free Hydracharge Shampoo and Leave-In Cream, and I will provide my review of these two products. First, I’ll get into the shampoo.
The L’Oreal EverCurl Sulfate-Free Hydracharge Shampoo is
Contains No Harsh Salts, No Parabens
The EverCurl Hydracharge Shampoo supposedly “quenches and softens, protecting each curl’s shape. Infuses hydrating nourishment without weigh-down. Curls are softer, more manageable, without frizz. Its rich lather and natural aromatic properties help invigorate the senses”. With that said, this shampoo has made its way to my heart! I can honestly say that I love it. My hair felt clean– I didn’t see or feel any leftover eco styler– my hair didn’t feel dry, and the smell is great! At $6.99, I will definitely be purchasing this shampoo again. One key thing I noticed was that I didn’t have any knots, which was one of my biggest concerns. I also noticed that my hair was still soft and my curls were very much defined. I will say that I was impressed, big time!
As for the EverCurl Hydracharge Leave-In Cream, it says it “provides intense hydrating nourishment with no weigh down. This ultra-rich formula feeds curls with moisture, helps block frizz and nurtures each curl’s elasticity and shape”. Unfortunately, the leave-in cream did not do it for me :(. My hair felt a little dry, and although I had some curl definition, my hair was frizzy! Aside from the amazing scent, IMO, there is not much to rave about with the leave-in conditioner. At this point, I’ll stick to my leave-in combinations. I will be returning this product.
I hope this information helps you, but do not let my opinion and assessment of these products deter you from trying them. I had a better experience with the shampoo than the leave-in, but you might have a great experience with both products. If you have tried either of these products, or if you will in the future, let me know! I would love to hear your thoughts about them.
Until next time, Ashley, xo.
Have you tried the L’Oreal EverCurl Sulfate-Free Curl Care System? What are your thoughts on the products?