Wish I Was In Hot Water

loreal+everpure+moisture+shampoo Wish I Was In Hot WaterHappy Sunday, everyone. I hope that you all are enjoying your weekend and finding some time to relax and spoil yourselves pretty.

I’m sitting on the sofa with shampoo in my hair and a shower cap on top to prevent drippage – because Mr. Spoiled Pretty used up all of the hot water. Halfway through my shower routine, the water turned ice-cold…so I’m waiting for our inept hot water heater to get it’s head in the game.

Luckily, I picked a gentle shampoo to test today. Everpure Moisture Shampoo is a new vegan, sulfate-free formula from L’Oreal…so I’m pretty sure that my hair won’t be worse for wear after waiting 30 minutes for some agua caliente.

Okay…gonna go rinse now. Click here to check out the entire L’Oreal EverPure line of products.



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Posted on by daneen in Shampoo, Spoiled Pretty family

4 Responses to Wish I Was In Hot Water

  1. mayaari

    that shampoo looks interesting – the same thing happens to my shower as well, if the shower runs for more than 15 minutes it starts to turn cold =T

  2. Tori C. (The Sweet Jelly Bean)

    Let us know how it works – I’ve been wanting to try out this line!

  3. Pau F

    yes please! do let us know what you think of the everpure line, i’m also wanting to try it.

  4. Sarah

    I’ve been using it for a few weeks now (I have majorly abused hair! Allover highlights, daily heat styling, etc) and I definitely love the deep conditioner. I am a Pureology loyalist, and think their line is amazing, but it is sooo expensive! I got excited when I saw this line as l’oreal now owns pureology, and I figured this was their cheapie version. The shampoo is decent, the regular conditioner is so-so, but the deep conditioner is great and i use it almost daily. Leaves your hair super soft and shiny, even if it is dry and damaged. It works best if you towel dry lightly before applying and leaving it in for 5 -10 mins! So not pureology, but decent for a drugstore shampoo/conditioner.

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