Today, I feel ready to review the HairBurst shampoo & conditioner which I picked up a month ago at Holland & Barrett… Look, I’m not even going to apologise for my blog posts being specific to Holland & Barrett, Lush or healthy eating/drinking of late… Legit, I don’t care. I write for me, and no one else. That’s how I’ve always done it, and that’s how it’ll always be. Organic products are the way forward, and that’s how I do it.

I have used this shampoo & conditioner a couple of times, alongside my red hair enhancing one (which I’ve yet to review), I honestly cannot think of anything negative to mention apart from the price and the size.

I picked up the bundle for £24.99, which is pretty extortionate for such a small amount… Luckily, it was in the penny sale so I picked up another for 1p. BARGAIN… that I didn’t have to go hunting for!

Now for the positives… It’s natural and pareben-free. I noticed that my hair was softer and easier to manage after one wash. If you’ve followed my blog, you’d know that I have potentially the worst and hardest to maintain hair, ever. I cannot brush it because it’s very painful! But, NEWSFLASH: I have been able to since using these.

In just two washes, my hair has also been left feeling more nourished, shinier, healthier and stronger too. In terms of length, I’ve only used it twice so I’ve hardly become the modern day Rapunzel,..

All in all, it’s a good buy, especially in the penny sale. It’s worth getting two for £25.00 because you’re getting two shampoos and two conditioners… #WINNING

Disclaimer: I hope you like avocado, because it is very potent and the shampoo/conditioner almost feels like I’m smothering my hair in guacamole, which isn’t bad if you’re into that sort of thing… It’s also got Coconut oil in it, so… You’ve got to be nuts about the coco as well.