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cerseisgoldencunt asked: Hi I work at Lush and the only SLS free shampoo is Blousey. But the others don't really strip a whole lot.


Answer:

Actually was at lush today and was told the same thing :3 she recommended blousey specifically when my fair trade honey runs out.

kittycaesar asked: Hi! I actually have cherry red hair and use Lush shampoos and conditioners, and they really don't strip my color at all! I use Trichomania mixed with water and some of my hair dye to turn it into a liquid shampoo, and The Jungle conditioner!


Answer:

kittycaesar:

sugarsugar-dina:

Awesome! I’ve been wanting to try the Jungle conditioner; it smells so good 8D Maybe lush is just magical with their hair products? 

I’m convinced that Lush is magic. My husband and I use their shampoos, conditioners, body soaps, and (me only) face scrubs and cleansers. Everything is super hydrating and top notch. So yeah, you should totally try the Jungle! BIG is a nice conditioner too, but I used to use it when I had blonde hair, so I don’t know how it’ll affect un-natural colors.

I got a sample of BIG and liked it but didn’t have enough to see how it effected my colors long term. I think I’ll get a full size next time :3

kittycaesar asked: Hi! I actually have cherry red hair and use Lush shampoos and conditioners, and they really don't strip my color at all! I use Trichomania mixed with water and some of my hair dye to turn it into a liquid shampoo, and The Jungle conditioner!


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Awesome! I’ve been wanting to try the Jungle conditioner; it smells so good 8D Maybe lush is just magical with their hair products? 

sailorgyaru asked: I looked up Fair Trade Honey and it turns out it contains SLS, and a significant amount of it too D: despite that, you haven't experienced issues with hair dye fading? I've always used generic drugstore shampoos because I never knew about the sulfate thing until your video (I had purple hair that only lasted a week) so the next time I dye my hair, I really want to maintain it well.


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Hmm I specifically asked the Lush employee to show me non-sulfate/non-stripping shampoos, but I guess she wasn’t properly informed! The employee had bright hair also and used this shampoo so I took her word for it. That’s what I get for not doing my own research :P But it hasn’t faded my hair at all compared to other shampoos I’ve used so maybe there are other factors at play?