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Tints Of Nature Shampoo Review

I thought I had plenty of hair products in my cupboard, but it is looking a wee bit empty, and as the golden rule is not to use the same shampoo and conditioner all the time, I was intrigued when a review opportunity arrived in my inbox.

Tints Of Nature produce both hair dyes, and a range of aftercare products such as shampoo and conditioners, all quite simply claiming to be healthier for your hair. Normally I buy products that give me shine and are aimed at dry/damaged and colour treated hair, so was interested to read these products would tick the boxes, with an added healthy bonus.



The Tints Of Nature products have natural and organic certified plant and fruit extracts at their core, with some containing natural alternatives to sodium chloride and sulphates which can suck moisture from the hair.

I was sent their Hydrate Shampoo - £6.99 for 250ml and a 200ml Hydrate Conditioner which also retails for £6.99. Aloe Vera, Jojoba, Black Oats Extract, and Sunflower Seed Extract are just some of the natural ingredients they've added to protect your hair.

I was a bit sceptical before using, as finding the right products can be a bit hit and miss, and I wasn't sure if Tints Of Nature would provide anything that different, but having used the product a few times now that has been banished.

Both products smell nice, a bit like sweets, but not over powering and went on well through my hair. the acid test always comes for me when I've dried it. I feel for softness, look for shine, and check out how my hair looks overall before straightening.

This time I was pleased with the results as my hair felt quite soft after drying, and was tamer than I expected as well - normally more frizz after drying, especially the ends - so less straightening needed. I've used it a few times since that first wash and been happy each time.

I'm just not sure that I would be able to buy the product that often. I appreciate the quality, but at £6.99 each, it's more than I'd normally pay for one bottle of product. I might put it on my birthday list or treat myself occasionally though.

I think Tints Of Nature have lived up to their Ethos so far, but don't just take my word for it, find out more about their products, and all the natural goodness that goes into them at http://www.tintsofnature.com

* These products were sent free of charge for review, but all opinions are my own.

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