Saturday, September 13, 2008

Review- Samy Fat Hair 0 Calories Thickening Shampoo

Samy's exclusive FH4 Thickening Complex, a blend of natural extracts and proteins, penetrates each hair strand, increasing the strand's diameter and expanding the air from the inside out. The result, thicker, fuller, stronger, healthier looking hair.

My hair is fairly fine and very straight, though there's a lot of it, and combined with my naturally oily scalp, I tend to end up with limp, languid-looking hair by the end of the day. I'm always looking for ways to plump it up and make it bouncier. I bought two products from this line - the shampoo and the thickening creme - and have been experimenting with them to see what works. I find that they're best when used together, although using them separately can work all right as well. The main thing to note about the shampoo is that it contains no sodium lauryl sulfate, which is good because that's not good for your hair, but it does mean that the lather on this shampoo is significantly less than what you might find with other shampoos. However, it does get your hair clean, smells great, and does what it says: thickens your hair and leaves it soft.

The thickening creme works well too; use it on damp hair for the best results. It smells almost peachy, which is nice. Just be careful not to use too much, especially in the front of your hair, because it can get a little stiff if you overdo it.

Overall, the products are good for a drugstore brand, but might not do it for you if you've got very, very fine hair.

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