Blousey Shampoo ($25.95/8.4 oz) is a gentle cleanser - perfect for the winter months when you don't want to strip hair or treat it with harsh detergents.
Claim: gentle, non-stripping shampoo for damaged, over-processed, colored, bleached and fragile hair. It cleanses hair in the gentlest way, while locking in moisture.
Claim: Use it when your hair is feeling absolutely wrecked. This rich conditioner makes your hair look better, but more importantly, it moisturizes and feeds your hair the nutrients it needs.
Claim: If your hair is a little fluffy, frizzy, dry, or out-of-control, Jasmine and Henna Fluff Eaze is made for you.It works brilliantly on curly hair as well, as all of the oils help define the curls and add loads of shine.
Cons: I luckily live in an area that has a Lush brick and mortar shop. If you don't, shipping charges vary from $6-10 depending on the weight of items ordered. Come on, Lush. Get with the program. Most e-tailers offer free shipping for purchases over a certain dollar amount; they certainly don't penalize you with greater shipping fees for buying more. Grrrr. The other glaring con, of course, is that Lush products don't come cheap.
Bottom line: if you feel like making a pretty steep investment in hair care, and your locks are in need of some big guns to help get you through the winter, by all means, stock up on a little Lush!