With my creative juices flowing, I scratched my head up until now to think of a new way to review my huge box of goodies from Superdrug.
After a considerable amount of time spent staring at the products, it came to me!
Ever wanted to compare several shampoos but never really known how? Well, now you can with the Haircare Top Trumps!
If you’re unlucky enough not to be in the know with Top Trumps, it’s a basic card game (spawning thousands of themes, superheroes, animals, cars, even mullets) where you compare statistics of various objects and trade with your friends, i’m hoping you’re all familar.
Prepare for the newest Top Trumps theme, Haircare. I think it’s far more useful than comparing super powers…
So – I broke it down into some of the more important categories;
Price, basing this on whether I think the price is worth it.
Scent, how I rated the smell.
Texture of hair, whether it left it manageable, soft or just plain wrong!
Amount needed, how much I had to use to achieve a good result.
Total, the overall mark, taking into account the above points.
For £1.99 you really can’t go wrong with the Timotei Fresh & Strong shampoo and conditioner. This left me with an absolutely brilliant hair day, it slicked down all my fly aways and left it really soft, I wasn’t too keen on the herb like scent, but it didn’t linger too long on the hair so it didn’t dent my experience.
I could already smell the product before even opening the parcel, whether that was due to it leaking everywhere or just the potent scent I’m not sure! This was another scent I wasn’t a fan of, it was along the same route of herbs but it left my hair feeling enviably soft.
If you read my personal blog, you’ll know that I’m always on the lookout for anything to give me some oomph to my locks, the Scandalous range didn’t disappoint, just a quick blow dry away from really light feeling hair and you only need a tiny amount of conditioner.
This was the first product I reached for, to treat my colour treated tresses, this scent was a little better than the Smooth version, but still not something I’d chose, I didn’t think it lived up to the £4.99 price tag.
I love the packaging of the Scandalous range, but just don’t think the usual £5.50 price tag is justifiable. The scent is amazing though, verging on ginger, which I hate the taste of, but love it in my hair!
So there we have it, personally I can’t wait for Superdrug to bring out Top Trumps, wouldn’t it make deciding which product to go with so much easier?