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Mini Sulfate-Free Volumizing Shampoo


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Cleanse, moisturize and add weightless volume. This shampoo’s unique blend of proteins and moisturizing ingredients gives you shiny, soft, and manageable hair while providing thicker looking locks. May be used daily on normal to dry and/or combination hair types.
Ounces: 1.7 oz
Ingredients: Pro-Vitamin B5 Moisturizes hair, gives shine and body, acts as a detangler Sage Extract Conditions and softens hair Nettle Extract Softens hair Rosemary Extract Rejuvenates hair Cucumber Extract Cleanses hair Yarrow Extract Conditions hair

How To Use

Cleanse hair with Big Sexy Hair Big Volume Shampoo, rinse and follow with Big Volume Conditioner. Comb and massage throughout hair. Rinse, towel dry and style. Follow with Big Sexy Hair Color Safe Volumizing Conditioner.
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REally added fullness to my
REally added fullness to my fine hair.
Cheryl | 11.17.2014

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Q: What is Sodium Laureth Sulfate?
A: Sodium Laureth Sulfate is a cleansing ingredient that is known for its foaming and emulsifying properties.

Q: Why did we removing Sodium Laureth Sulfate from our formulas?
A: We removed sulfates to offer customers better color retention. Sodium Laureth Sulfate is widely used in hair care formulations but is considered a leading cause of quicker color wash, and can “strip” hair if used at high level. In order to protect hair color, we have created formulas that are gentler, milder and maintains hair color for a longer period of time.

Q: What is the importance of our formulas being salt free?
A: To protect hair that has been chemically straightened so that it won’t revert back or strip the treatment from the hair or weaken extension bonds. Salt breaks down the adhesive in extension bonds and causes them to loosen and matify.