First thing’s first → I have PINK hair—fuchsia, actually, and shampoos that strip color are the devil. 3:) I need color-safe shampoo that’s gentle, effective, and suuuuuuper hydrating, because I’m constantly bleaching my fried, crusty-ass hair. I’ve been a longtime Arbonne fan, and their new Pure Vibrance hair care line with Exclusive ColorLast Technology is so amazing that I wanna make out with it!! It specifically designed for peeps with chemically and color-treated hair, and it hella works fo’ REALZ!
The four rockstars in this line include:
- Pure Vibrance Lustre Fortifying Shampoo, $36 – This part sold me: “Clinically shown to retain 93% of hair color after 20 washes in both single and double process.” It’s a creamy, rich, pretty-smelling formula, and a little goes a long way. My scalp and hairsies feel fresh and clean after washing, and my color stays put which is muy importante!
- Pure Vibrance Fortifying Crème Conditioner, $36 – This conditioner is thick and moisture-rich (just how mama likes). It leaves my hair silky-soft and smooth, which says a lot considering all the ish I put it through (bleaching, blow drying, straight ironing, curling, etc.).
- Pure Vibrance Hair Revitalizing Masque, $52 – This deep conditioning masque is mega thick and does a killer job at quenching my thirsty follicles. It leaves my hair completely tangle-free and manageable—seriously, my brush just glides through my hair without any effort!
- Pure Vibrance Texturizing Mousse, $28 – I’m not much of a mousse gal (unless it’s of the chocolate variety), but this stuff is pretty awesome at taming my frizzies and keeping everything in place. I use the teensiest amount when going au naturel (i.e. sans the styling tools), and it seems to do the trick.
All four products feature these key ingredients: Rice Extract, Artichoke Leaf Extract, Hawaiian White Ginger Root Extract, Vicia Faba Seed Extract, Hydrolyzed Linseed Extract, Horsetail Leaf Extract, Sage Leaf Extract, and White Tea Leaf Extract.
Overall, I’m pretty stoked on this line. My only gripe would be the price. These products cost a pretty penny, but if you’re already an Arbonne fans, this isn’t a shocker.
Have you tried this line? What do you think of it?
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