There’s nothing quite like the feeling of finding the one—a shampoo that smells so great, you just can’t help but throw it into your shopping basket and hop into the shower as soon as you get home. While we won’t be roaming the drugstore aisles in person for a while, there’s no reason to give up this simple pleasure. Seriously, we’ll take all the joy we can get right now, no matter how small.
We put the newest lusciously scented shampoos and conditioners the test to see what’s worth picking up on your next grocery run or delivery. Here, Chatelaine staffers share their latest haircare obsessions.
Pantene Pro-V Miracle Moisture Boost Sulfate Free Shampoo and Condition with Rose Water
“Rose has been experiencing a renaissance of sorts in the fragrance world for at least the past decade, and it’s now trickled down to haircare. This new-ish Pantene pair has a very subtle rose scent that smells both bright and natural (as opposed to powdery and cloying). The shampoo gives surprisingly good suds—not always the case with sulfate-free products—although thick and curly types like me might need even more of a moisture-boosting conditioner.”
—Maureen Halushak, editor-in-chief
Shampoo and conditioner, $10 each, londondrugs.com.
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