Who is it for? Head and Shoulders Silky Black Anti-Dandruff Shampoo is expertly formulated to give you shiny black hair. This shampoo is for all those suffering from dandruff and wants to get rid of it without making the hair rough or frizzy.
Rs. 145 for 180 ml
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My Experience with Head and Shoulders Silky Black Anti-Dandruff Shampoo
The shampoo comes in the usual head and shoulders packaging, i.e., the plastic white bottle with a flip open cap (in this case, black). It is absolutely spill- proof and travel-friendly.
Colour and Texture:
The color of the product is greyish. The shampoo’s consistency is thick and is slightly runny.
The fragrance of the shampoo is very sweet and mild. It is similar to the head and shoulders smooth and silky variant.
How to use it:
Shake before use. Apply on to wet hair, lather and rinse thoroughly. Repeat if desired.
I have been a huge fan of head and shoulders and have tried a lot of them. According to me, this shampoo is quite similar to the smooth and silky variant in terms of fragrance, texture, after effect, etc. This shampoo does leave the hair feeling smooth and frizz free. It imparts a very refreshing feeling and after one wash itself, you will see how well it cleans your scalp. However, if I were to compare it with the smooth and silky one, once again, smooth and silky has not failed to capture my heart. This shampoo is very nice but it does not condition the hair like the smooth and silky one. I could not notice any shine. It made my hair silky though.
What I like about it:
- Cleanses the hair well
- Makes hair smooth
- Easily available
- Reduces frizziness
- Good amount of lather
- Eliminates dandruff
- Amazing fragrance
What I don't like:
- Does not make the hair shine as mentioned in the claims
- Is not extremely conditioning
Would I recommend?
Yes, this shampoo is for all you guys who want to get rid of dandruff. It does a pretty good job in that area. It does not make your hair frizzy, but it won’t make it super smooth either.
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