Lush Brazilliant Shampoo Bar Review

The Lush Brazilliant Shampoo Bar tames my wild hair and leaves it shiny.

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What’s to love?

I have crazy, wild thick hair. I make Hermione Granger’s hair look tame so I need to be careful which shampoo I choose otherwise I’ll end up looking like I stuck my finger in an electrical outlet. Not only is my hair thick it also gets frizzy so humidity is my worst hair enemy.

Luckily I found Brazilliant which is about the orangiest (not sure if that’s a word) shampoos I have ever used but my gosh it works. Brazilliant is pure orange in color and smell and it creates huge lather that rinses totally clean.

After using Brazilliant my hair is noticeably shinier and tamer. I use Brazilliant about 4 days a week and mix it up with other Lush Shampoo Bars for variety.

Brazilliant also has andiroba oil which is supposed to strengthen hair which I think is true because my hair condition has improved so much since using Brazilliant.

Also check out my Lush Brazilliant review and demo on YouTube!

 

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14 thoughts on “Lush Brazilliant Shampoo Bar Review

  1. WonderfulWolf says:

    I used to use lush shampoo bars yeeeaaars ago when they were still quite ‘new’ and the ones I used didn’t really lather. I know lather isn’t good for the environment, but we’re almost conditioned (pardon the pun) to think lather=clean. So I stopped using them because it was a serious psychological thing of thinking my hair was just as greasy as before I cleaned it. SO! I am glad to hear this one lathers, and even better, than it smells like oranges! (Citrus addict right here) I may have to visit lush to pick up this one, and also the ‘Montalbano’ that you reviewed too!

    • Queen of the Girl Geeks says:

      I am really in love with these bars. My hair was so messed up after I had pneumonia last Winter and I feel like these saved my hair. I love the lather too! I know people say it’s bad but I love it : ) Thanks for stopping by too.

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