L'Oreal EverPure Moisture VoxBox - REVIEW #FreeYourHair

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

DISCLOSURE: I received free samples from Influenster to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.

I color my hair pretty regularly. I go to the salon about every 6 weeks to get my roots colored, since the greys have been becoming more numerously lately. This past summer, I was coloring my hair a little more often. I experimented with purple, blue and even green streaks.

But, those colors fade so quickly. I was at the salon almost every 2-3 weeks getting touch ups. I was going through different brands of color-safe shampoos to see if I could find one that would help protect the color, while also making my hair feel less dry and damaged.  After getting tired of going to the salon so often, I ended up using a boxed color to dye it all brown.

Recently, I had the chance to try L'Oreal EverPure Moisture Color Care System. I was a little apprehensive to try it, since I've been mainly using salon brands. But, since none of those were that great, I thought it didn't hurt to try it. Plus, it was free, thanks to Influenster!

L'Oreal EverPure Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner gently cleanse and replenishes dry hair, adding moisture, softness and shine. They are 100% sulfate-free, contain no harsh salts or surfactants and are paraben-free. The EverPure 10-in-1 Elixir restores hair vitality in one week and delivers 10 benefits:
  1. Nourish
  2. Hydrate
  3. Soothe
  4. Repair
  5. Density
  6. Smooth
  7. Texture
  8. Strength
  9. Softness
  10. Shine
Overall, I liked the L'Oreal Everpure Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner. They had a nice scent. It wasn't too strong and had a kind of herbal smell. The shampoo was rich and lathered well. It cleansed my hair without making it feel dry. The conditioner was creamy and softened my hair. I didn't notice any issues with my color fading and my hair did feel softer and smoother.

I didn't really care for the 10-in-1 Elixir, though. It was thinner in consistency than what I was expecting. I wasn't really sure how much to use, either. The directions say to apply it in sections to your hair and scalp. I have thick hair. Like super thick hair. When I used enough to cover all my hair, once I dried and styled my hair, it felt kind of oily and flat, but also dry at the same time. When I only used a few spritzes of the elixir, my hair would just feel dry and frizzy.  I ended up not using it, and instead used my It's A 10 Miracle Styling Serum.

I was expecting this to be a lot thicker.
I plan on continuing to use the EverPure Moisture Shampoo and Conditioner. I like how much softer my hair feels and they're both much less expensive than the salon brands I've been using!

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