Sukin - Yes please!!!

So by trade you may know that I first started out as a hairdresser. When I say I have tried nearly every product under the sun I am not kidding. One of my jobs perks is getting discounted salon products that many would never be able to indulge in. I feel bad trying to flog them off at the RRP to the mere mortal. Most of the products do not offer what I want from them but I have to admit they are a damn sight better than what you can get in the supermarket.
Don't even get me started on Panteen. We hairdressers hate that crap. It layers your hair with a silicon that makes your hair feel good but does actually nothing good for your hair. It also inhibits our colour and perming solutions, so stop blaming us for your bad results ok??
Sorry...enough ranting (maybe).....recently I picked up two large bottles of this organic shampoo and conditioner wanting to give something more natural a go. Sukin's one litre size also meant that it was a lot under the normal salon price for the same size.
I have naturally wavy hair that is very thick and prone to fluff especially after the first two days of washing. Four days in and it looks fab, seven days in and it needs washing again. It is also slightly (note to reader :very) chemically damaged with colour.  Colour on long locks is not a great combo. The first time I used this product and after shower care with Moroccan oil it did not even fuzz a bit...omg.

I use it all the time now, I can even wash it when I want without planning which days will be my fuzz days. Hoorah!!! The one down side is that my colour seems to be fading awful quick. At this stage I don't mind as I'm in between colours and not sure really what I want my colour to be right now . To get a bit of the dark out is a bonus if I want to change it next round in the chair. If you are starting out with this product directly after your colour I think you could see your money washing down the drain. Salon products do have this edge over this and other products.
I also found out there is no fear about finding a supply of Sukin as most health food shops stock it...there are also many many other products to try...can't wait. 
PS. They also smell delicious

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.