WITH so many hair care products on the market, it’s hard to decide which ones to buy.
But you don’t have to splurge on high-end products to get the job done, as this woman found out.
Aldi buyer Shauuna ONeeill took to Facebook to rave about supermarkets Lacura Hair Refine Shampoo and Conditioner, which she attributes to the complete transformation of her “frizzy and curly” hair.
The “oil complex” formula promises “brilliant shine and smoothness” and it seems to do just that.
Thrilled with the results after using the bargain purchase, she posted in the Aldi UK buyers Facebook group to show off their new improved “soft and shiny” locks.
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And the best part? It’ll only cost you 85p per pop – now it’s something worth raving about.
Along with a snapshot of her craving strands, Shauuna wrote, âUsually don’t take the time to recommend products etc but wow this shampoo and conditioner is absolutely amazing !!!
âMy hair is in really bad shape, but since I started using it it has become so soft, shiny and manageable.
“I have naturally frizzy and curly hair and you can kind of see in the photo that it makes it feel and look very healthy.”
The post racked up hundreds of likes and comments with others shocked at the cheap find.
“I have been using it for a year. I love it. My [hair’s] naturally curly with mostly frizz! And that made it a lot more manageable. I still have to use my trusty ghds but so much faster because they are in better condition, âone said.
Another raved, “I would also recommend the best shampoo and conditioner I’ve used in ages.”
Even a hairstylist stepped in and said, “I use it and love it too and have been a hairstylist for 35 years.”
Meanwhile, Primark fans are going wild for a Â£ 3 concealer that’s the ‘best’ they’ve ever used and leaves skin glowing.
Plus, beauty fans rave about Primark’s Â£ 10 curling wand which curls “much better” than the Â£ 100 Beauty Works version.
And “I am a hairdresser and people ALWAYS wash their hair badly – and there is one area they still miss”