Wella Shampoo is an enriching shampoo that works as a great moisturiser for dry and damaged hair. The shampoo is prepared using an exclusive formulation that makes your hair manageable. It is a perfect pick for smoothing away tangles and has smoother, softer, shinier hair to flaunt wherever you go.
Take a little quantity of the Wella Shampoo; apply it to damp hair and massage gently to form proper lather. Let the shampoo clean your hair and then rinse thoroughly with clear water. Follow up with a conditioner that suits your hair. Just see the magic of great soft feeling hair.
But if you have very dry or extensively damaged hair, it may not give you the results you’re expecting. Wella shampoo is a good buy for the ones with less dry and less damaged hair only.
Would LunchTableReviews team recommend a buy?
It is an average shampoo offering tangle-free, manageable hair with a soft touch. But the softness if not that great or long lasting that you would want to spend this much money on it. It is not a good value for money and looks overpriced. However, if you have less dry and less damaged hair, it may work for you. So, check for yourself.
- Avocado oil, zein and cashmere extract to leave your hair silky and soft with an intense shine.
- Silk extracts that leave your hair feeling irresistibly smooth and soft to touch.
- Sodium lauryl sulphate and Sodium laureth sulphate.
We have here classified Wella Shampoo Review into the following parameters:
The Wella shampoo has a little runny consistency that allows it to spread easily on damp hair. The white coloured shampoo looks milky and spreads well lathering well to clean your hair. You may need only a little amount of shampoo for a single wash.
Ingredients like avocado oil, zein and cashmere extracts work on smoothing every cuticle of hair, leaving your hair soft and silky and with an intense shine that is often irresistible to not flaunt.
The Wella Professionals Enrich moisturising shampoo leaves your dry, damaged hair with a soft touch post wash because of its silk extracts. But the smoothness and softness is not that much that you spend this much of money on it. More reasonably priced shampoos can give you similar amount of softness that Wella shampoo gives. The softness this shampoo offers is not as great as they claim it to be.
The white coloured Wella shampoo smells nice. Its mild pleasant fragrance will be there in your hair for a few hours post shampooing your hair with the Wella product. However, it does not last long so you might have to miss that fragrance till the time you shampoo your hair again.
It may look good to the ones who want to pamper their good hair a little more. But consumers with extensively damaged hair feel disappointed as Wella Shampoo fails to bring a magical transformation in their hair. It is a good product to manage less dry hair as its silk extracts give your hair a bit of moisturising effect and leaves you with smoother, softer hair.
Value for Money
Wella Shampoo comes in a reddish brown (orange shaded) colour bottle with a cap that closes on rotating, Rs.475 for 250 ml. This one is a bit overpriced shampoo when we compare its efficiency and the price range.
Pros of Wella Shampoo
- Nice packaging
- Mild fragrance that seems pleasant to most people
- The consistency of the shampoo is good. It spreads easily over damp hair.
Cons of Wella Shampoo
- No miraculous effect when it comes to checking the softness of hair
- It’s overpriced when you compare its offerings.
- It doesn’t live up to the claims made by Wella.