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Excellent

Cheap, smells wonderful

Henna is for brunettes only!

PRODUCT: The product I am reviewing is: Asda, Enhancing Henna & Plum Shampoo, for Dark & Coloured hair. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: I'm trying to save money nowadays as I am progressing into the world of responsibility - will be getting my own place soon and will be solely responsible for all the...

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Excellent

“Sniff my hair.”

published 10/10/2005

Cheap. Glossy well behaved hair.

So popular it can be tricky to get hold of!

I'm really not sure that I should tell you about this product because I know that if I DO tell and you all go clamouring down there to buy yourself a bottle, Asda'll put the price up. I'll only tell you if you promise not to all rush down there at once - promise? - oh ok then. I have hair that...

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Super

The smell and the price

A tad too much detergent

With this terrible socio-economic climate we must all ask ourselves 'How do I save a buck and stick it to the man at the very same time?' Easy. Use this Asda shampoo and smoke (they hate that). Even before this recession I had to scrimp but now even more so. My own economic crisis is depriving me...

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“Sorry I'm washing my hair.”

published 10/01/2003

Inexpensive not tested on Animals

none.

When I was younger the standard excuse if you didn't want to go out on a date-or go out with a mate,etc. was:"sorry,I'm washing my hair." These days with shampoo products becomming more and more sophisticated it is nice to pick up Asda's range of Shampoo,which is as simple,inexpensive,and as un...

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“ASDA APPLE SHAMPOO”

published 06/06/2009

SMELLS NICE

ITS VERY RUNNY

Introduction I buy relatively expensive shampoo for myself well usually due to the fact that I have very thick hair and I hold the belief however misguided it may be that they tend to do a better job on my hair leaving it shinier and more manageable. I tend to buy stores own branded shampoos for...

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Super

Frequent use, not tested on animals

none

Cleans the silver and the gold. Every day is a work day, either at the office or at home in the garden. In the office my hair gets full of the smells emitted from the thirty odd people who breathe and sweat there, in the garden, the dust, midges and other small debris take up residence in my...

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Excellent

“Natural Highlights”

published 16/05/2004

leaves hair soft

smell

Being on a tight budget, I discovered this product becuase of its low price. For the prupose of this review, I will be looking at the henna shampoo. =What Smells Does It Come In?= I use the henna one which is for natural or coloured brunettes. There's also a tea tree, citrus, one for blondes and...

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Super

gorgeous smell that leaves your hair soft

More expensive than other Asda shampoos

I think I'm addicted to Ciao. I was having a relaxing bath earlier and I usually nick my daughter's 'L'oreal kids' shampoo to wash my hair with because it makes my hair smell like a bowl of exotic fruit. Instead, my honest to god thought was 'I won't use that one, they haven't got a category for...

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Excellent

Soft, silky, manageable hair - one of the best!

None!

I've never used one particular brand of shampoo. I'm actually one of those tight-wads who generally buys whatever is on offer at the time. My hair doesn't appreciate being messed about like that, and tends to respond by going all sulky (sulky hair, by the way, is a nightmare.) But for the past...

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“Apple juice for hair!”

published 20/06/2011

Cheap and oh so very cheerful

None at all

When it comes to shampoo I am pretty fussy really. I like to buy top brands even if they are on offer or in a pound shop and the likes. However the other night I was late night shopping in Asda when I spotted this shampoo on offer at 49p instead of 99p a bottle and knowing I was running out of...

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Excellent

Leaves hair soft and shiny. And the lush smell!

None It's SUPER!!

My Brother is letting me write another review so this is djej's sister again. As others might know I had a hair colour disaster just before I went on holiday in Majorca. I wanted to be a Bleach Blonde Babe but my wavy hair turned out a bit more like a lions mane instead. I was in Asda with my mum...

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Excellent

great value for money and smells good

none

As i dye my hair i am always looking for a shampoo that will help my hair look shiny and keep the colour for longer. I have tried the john frieda shampoo for brunette hair but was strapped for cash so decided to go for a cheaper version so after a long debate i chose asda henna and plum shampoo...

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Excellent

Cheap, leaves hair glossy, pleasant scent

Only for those blessed with brown hair

Being a student & a mum I'm always having to keep an eye out for good quality shop brand products and this (along with the matching conditioner) must be my favourite. I must point out, though it is obvious, this product is for brunettes only (well, blokes with brown hair can use it too, but why...

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Excellent

The price! Only 83p! The fragrance, and the way it...

Doesn't come in big enough bottles! Need to use qu...

I have always bought expensive hair products, spending about £5 just on a bottle of shampoo, but since I first tried Asda's coconut shampoo and conditioner, I've been hooked! The Product: I always use both the Asda coconut shampoo and conditioner. They smell of lovely coconut (which I suppose you...

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“Cheap can be good!”

published 09/10/2003

silky, rinses out well, smells fairly good, not te...

the conditioner of the same brand smells a bit..st...

I tried the Jojoba version of shampoo and conditioner as I became disillusioned with all the other shampoos being ridiculously expensive and my family being hairdressers knowing that expensive hair products are the same if not worse than supermarket brands. Infact despite a certain magazine's...

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