I am pretty low maintenance - wash & go type of gal. However, the weather here in Southern California has been a bit wonky and has been causing my hair to have tons of static. My hair is long and a bit thin so imagine bits of hair flying around my head - not a pretty sight. After getting married I now use whatever Hubs' preference purchased in bulk size ahem Pantene All-in-One. My mother has always spends so much time on her hair and values good hair products so I was excited to tell her I was trying the Enjoy Hydrating Shampoo and Hydrating Conditioner.
There is a light scent that is so good that I had Hubs smell the goodness hehe. The lather is thick and after rinsing you can feel a coating on your hair. It's not greasy nor does it leave your hair limp. Quite the opposite in that after my hair dries (naturally), it feels very moisturized without static. I love this set of Enjoy Shampoo and Conditioner! My hair feels a bit thicker and looks shinier!
I also received the Enjoy Thermal Spray which would be great if I used a hairdryer or curling tool - my next goal in haircare :)
All of these Enjoy haircare products are sulfate-free (it means no irritation!) and pH balanced (color retention for those who dye their hair - no more for me after having babe but perfect for my mama who colors often!).
In addition to shampoos and conditions for every hair need, Enjoy also offers styling aids, finishing tools, smoothing treatment, hair color products, a full line of skincare and shears! Enjoy is really a full service brand including salons, training centers and even publishes a digital magazine. There is also a neat feature on the website - the Virtual Salon 360 - to help find you the best products.
You can find a salon carrying Enjoy Products HERE.
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