Thursday, 29 March 2012

Review: DGJ Organics King of Colour Glossy Blondes

Before I went over the to ombre side, I was using this organic shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for blondes.
The DGJ (Daniel Galvin Junior) Organics King of Colour Glossy Blondes range contains certified organic ingredients and no Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulphates or parabens. With organic lemon peel and chamomile to give you UV-B protection, along with glossy, healthy-looking hair it's a natural product to help give your blonde the best boost possible.

Does it do what it promises?
"Coloured hair is very popular in today's world. However the sun, pollution, diet and lifestyle make it hard to maintain colour. Our King of Colour Glossy Blondes range with Lemon Peel and Chamomile organically enhances the glistening and reflective properties of blonde, colour treated, highlighted or natural hair. Glossy Blondes Shampoo instantly enhances your hair maintaining natural long lasting colour THE ORGANIC WAY"
I must admit, I found it really did give my hair great shine, and I had more than a few compliments asking if I'd coloured my hair and commenting on how shiny it looked. The shampoo reminded me of lemon sauce (looks wise!) and smelt really fresh. The conditioner had a great consistency and I left it on for the recommended 10 minutes to really benefit my hair. I found my hair easy to comb through after washing and it felt soft and in good condition after drying.
I love the idea that it uses organic ingredients and contains no harsh chemicals, something which more and more companies are looking into. As consumers we are becoming more conscious of what we eat, use and buy so it's great to get a professional haircare brand taking this on board.

Would I get it again?
 At £5.99 for the shampoo, and £5.99 for the conditioner, I would buy the brunette range to see if it had the same effect on my hair. I was happy with the shine, and the product lasted around a month and a half (washing 3/4 week) The packaging wasn't anything eye-catching, but I did like how the bottles are yellow for blonde, and brown for brunette making it easy for the shopper to recognise which they'd need (big fan of colour coding bottles and packaging to hair colour)

Anything else?
It's not just blondes who can benefit from DGJ Organics King of Colour range, brunettes can pick up Glossy Brunette Shampoo and Conditioner which has the same ethos as the Glossy Blondes but contains Cocoa Bean and Walnut Extracts.
Have you tried DGJ Organics ranges? Do you look for organic and natural products?

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