Editor's Rating & Review
Packed with silicone and natural oils like jojoba, olive and sweet almond, this pricey shampoo delivers the goods -- softening, glossing, shining -- for treatment-weary hair. It also can bring dull hair back to life. The one caveat? Results are largely unnoticeable unless you follow the shampoo with the matching glossing conditioner. And the consistency is a gelatinous, which makes it difficult to get out of the container and rinse from hair.
Frederic Fekkai Glossing Shampoo Reviews
Review subjectI was NOT that impressed with this shampoo. — 1 year, 10 months agoMissPurple | 591 reviews
Gives Great Shine But Weighs Down CurlsI got this shampoo and the conditioner as a BzzAgent to try. I was excited at first as my curly hair tends to be dull and also to frizz. I loved the smell immediately and was impressed with my hair after the first use. However, with repeated use, it began to weigh my hair down and to pull out my curl. My hair is more fine in texture, although I have a lot of it, so it may not do this to those with coarser textured curly hair. It does really make your hair shiney though. I save this now for when I blow my hair out straight. I can only give it 6 stars for the fact that it does weight down my hair and also for the price...which is pretty steep even compared to the salon brand I was using. — 1 year, 6 months agojenn8779 | 132 reviews
very impressedI was a bit skeptical when I was washing my hair with this because it made my hair feel really hard and tangled, but after using the corresponding conditioner, I was in love. You really have to used them all as a set because it seems to work best that way. My hair is clean, smells great, and is super soft and has been in the same condition for the past 3 days. Its airy and free flowing which is amazing to me because I hate for my hair to feel heavy. — 1 year, 10 months agomsbrown822 | 200 reviews
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