Your hair is your crowning glory, so you should make it a point to keep it healthy and shiny, and using Clairol’s Hair Food Shampoo is a step towards that. This hair care line is specifically made for Target’s stores has been receiving tons of pretty good feedback from satisfied users for a good reason: it keeps your hair in tip-top shape for a very affordable price. Plus, it is free from harmful chemicals such as parabens, mineral oil, and silicone.
Hair Food has three categories that caters major hair needs: moisturizing, volumizing, and a stand-alone clarifying product.
Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner
The Hair Food Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner comes in a fruity honey apricot fragrance that is sweet, but not too overwhelming. In fact, it is probably one of the best smelling fruit-scented shampoo and conditioner in the market. It comes in a pump packaging, which is very hygienic and convenient, since you do not have to dip your fingers in a jar like most hair care packaging.
Using the shampoo effectively cleans your hair and scalp without stripping it dry, and the conditioner’s consistency is thick and creamy so it definitely moisturizes your hair. It also removes tangles while adding softness and shine.
Volume Shampoo and Conditioner
The volumizing shampoo and conditioner comes in a kiwi scented variant, which does not smell as great as the moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, but it does not smell bad either. The hair thickening treatment leaves your hair soft and bouncy after just a few weeks of continued use.
Root Cleansing Shampoo and Moisture Hair Mask
The Hair Food Root Cleansing Shampoo has a strawberry ginger fragrance that is great for deep cleansing once a week. It definitely cleans your hair down to your scalp and gets rid of the gunk that builds up there due to pollution and humidity.
The Moisture Hair Mask also comes in a fruity honey apricot fragrance that has just the right consistency: not too thick and not too watery either. It leaves your hair smooth and silky in just a few weeks of once-a-week usage.