Earlier this yr, Pantene made waves with the launch of its Gold Sequence, a hair-care line geared toward of us with kinky, curly, super-textured hair. And whereas folks have been loving it (particularly the promoting, which featured a various vary of black ladies with all totally different sorts of hair textures), there’s all the time a method to make an excellent factor even higher. And now, the model is doing simply that with the discharge of its new Gold Sequence Sulfate-Free Shampoo.
The shampoo is because of hit cabinets in January — so you’ll be able to preserve that New 12 months’s decision to keep away from sulfates and never have to change out your favourite ‘poo. The product can be freed from parabens and silicones, so it is a triple whammy in the event you’re the kind of one that prefers to keep away from such elements. The remainder of Pantene’s Gold Sequence line is sulfate-free, it is simply that now the shampoo is becoming a member of in on the enjoyable.
On the hair, you continue to get that tremendous cleansed-but-not-stripped feeling. I used the shampoo as a part of my common hair-care routine and spoiler: I nonetheless have it in my bathe. Currently, I have been shampooing earlier than deep conditioning, after which utilizing a daily conditioner after washing out my DC. As I have been attempting out this method, I discover that another shampoos I’ve used have left my hair a tangled mess, and I’ve to do some critical detangling as I apply my deep conditioner. Not with this one. As I smoothed my DC in my hair and finger detangled, I used to be happy to seek out that eliminating any remaining snags was a breeze. Oh, and my hair felt actually, actually tender, too.
The Gold Sequence Sulfate-Free Shampoo incorporates argan oil, which is thought for its conditioning properties. My hair loves argan oil, so you already know it was consuming that stuff proper up. The ‘poo can be superb to make use of with the model’s already sulfate-free Repairing Masks, which I used simply this weekend. It was simply the factor so as to add an additional enhance of moisture to my hair, which was as dry as an overcooked rooster breast.
Actually, once I give it some thought, it ought to come as little shock that this shampoo would work fantastically on my 4a/4b texture, as your entire line was created in collaboration with black scientists, dermatologists, and hairstylists — principally, individuals who actually know their stuff in relation to extremely textured hair.
Pantene’s new Gold Sequence Sulfate-Free Shampoo is dropping in January 2018, so get able to make it a everlasting addition to your hair-care stash.
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