I couldn't resist trying out the new L'Oréal Elvive Fibrology Range! I wasn't blessed with thick full hair. Mine is limp, fine and lacking any bounce whatsoever. So I have for years gone through so many products that claim to give me thicker hair, bouncy hair, full hair but none have worked until now.
|L'Oréal Elvive Fibrology Range|
I've finally had a "Because I'm Worth It" moment.
|L'Oréal Elvive Fibrology Shampoo & Conditioner|
To be honest the first time I used this I noticed no difference in my hair, it felt awful. It was full of knots and felt harsh. Fast forward to the next day and the only shampoo and conditioner in the shower was this, so I gave it another go, and I am so glad I did. My hair looked amazing, so full and it bounced! Seriously, it bounced! For those who might be new to my blog you may not know that I lost some hair last year around my hairline and my hair thinned out even more that it was constantly tied up. Now my hair has been let loose and bouncing it's way around my face (with no complaints from me). I am still totally in shock at how well these products work for me.
|L'Oréal Elvive Fibrology Thickness Booster|
I finally got the thickness booster (it seemed to sell out very fast) to add to the conditioner and it also made a difference. The only thing about the packaging of this is that it is so awkward in the shower trying to add the booster to your conditioner and then mixing it, I would definitely prefer a pump on the booster.
I absolutely love the Fibrology range it has been my hero product so far this year, leaving me happy with my hair. I used this for 8 weeks but found that I had to move to another shampoo as my hair was starting to feel dry. Even though I have stopped using it about 3 weeks ago my hair hasn't gone back to the old way yet, so this obviously is not a one trick pony. I have thicker, fuller hair with volume and bounce (who knew I would ever have hair like that). The packaging needs another look over, the thickness booster is awkward to use especially when in the shower, and the conditioner bottle seems to hold water in the cap so when you open it again you get yucky cold water going down your arm. One other thing that you should be aware of is that you have to use the same amount of thickness booster in with your conditioner, yet you have a 400ml bottle of conditioner and a 30ml tube of thickness booster, so not sure yet how that is going to work out for me. Overall this has made an obvious difference to my hair and I love it.
Shampoo 400ml: €5.09
Conditioner 400ml: €5.09
Thickness Booster 30ml: €7.69
(Lost out on .5 due to packaging issues)