L’oreal Hair Expertise Review

After nearly a month of trialing the L’oreal Hair Expertise EverPure range, we’re sold on the L’oreal Hair Expertise range.

The L’Oreal Paris Hair Expertise range is a brilliant idea in that its a range of shampoo, conditioners and treatments that allow you to tailor a solution for your hair. My biggest hair dramas are having super super super fine hair (hate it) and maintaining my colour since finding the time to get a colour done can sometimes be a drama with a tiny child. The L’oreal Hair Expertise EverPure (Volume) was therefore right up my alley.

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The first thing that noticed when opening the bottles was the fragrance of Rosemary & Mint. I don’t mind this because it’s quite a “clean” smell, but if you don’t like strongly scented shampoo and conditioners, this might not be for you.

I was quite interested to see how the product lathered, since it’s sulphate free (the chemicals that produce lather and foam in most shampoo and conditioners) but happy to say that I still got a good lather and my hair felt clean and light after using. It is a little on the runny side, so don’t get over-enthusiastic when squeezing the bottle.

Speaking of the bottle, that was my one dislike. The shape of the both the shampoo and conditioner bottles is exactly the same (the lids are different colours), and as a sleep deprived new mother, I need a different shape so that I don’t accidentally use the shampoo (or conditioner) twice. Seems silly, but there have been times in the last few months where I have been so tired I have actually forgotten to rinse out my shampoo, or thought I’d washed my hair but I actually hadn’t. So for me, different shaped bottles are important!

Although I don’t suddenly have blow-out volume hair, I do feel it has a bit more bounce and more importantly, it feels light without being frizzy, which is a huge bonus for me. Colorwise, my hair had been freshly coloured just before I began using the the EverPure range, and my colour is holding up well, but to be fair, not hugely different to normal. So for me, the benefit of maintaining my colour AND getting the extra volume and lack of frizziness, makes L’Oreal Hair Expertise a winner.

And speaking of winners….how would you like to win a $50 priceline voucher? The lovely people at L’Oreal have offered us one $50 voucher to give away.

For your chance to win, just leave a comment below telling us which L’Oreal Hair Expertise Combo you think would work best for you (hint: you can see the full range here). One comment will be selected at random.

The boring bit: Competition is only open to Australian Residents. Please leave a valid email address you check regularly as this is how we will contact you to tell if you win! Competition closes on Sunday, 6th October 2013 at 6.30pm. 

Competition is now closed and our winner is Angela! Please check your email so we can get you your prize!

 

 

4 comments on L’oreal Hair Expertise Review

  1. Justine
    October 2, 2013 at 8:57 PM (11 months ago)

    The Ever Pure moisturizing variant would definitely work best for me. I dye my hair so frequently, it tends to get really dry.

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  2. claire
    October 4, 2013 at 3:47 PM (11 months ago)

    Ever creme

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  3. Angela
    October 4, 2013 at 3:49 PM (11 months ago)

    I want to hire the Ever Sleek team to gently smooth my untamed hair!

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  4. mel
    October 4, 2013 at 3:51 PM (11 months ago)

    everstrong smoothing for frizzy hair

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