Native Fresh Mistletoe Shampoo And Conditioner Review

Hello, my loves!Welcome to the holiday season. I absolutely love covering every inch of my house with fairy lights and balsam candles.. This is the time of year when brands really go all out with their limited edition products. This year I picked up the Native Mistletoe Shampoo and Conditioner. I’ll be doing a quick review for you all!

Okay, so the place I bought this was Target and it retails for 8.99 USD a bottle. It is a huge bottle, size 16.5 fl oz. Native is known for having clean products. It says on the bottle there are actually only 10 ingredients in the shampoo and conditioner. Each product by native is silicone free, sulfate free, and paraben free! I absolutely love this.

So, does it work? Absolutely! The shampoo- it is a creamy formula with a huge lather which is rare on vegan shampoos in my opinion. It does claim to be a volumizing shampoo which is awesome. After use, it definitely seems to live up to the claims. My hair is super shiny and my curls are bountiful. You definitely feel like you have clean hair after use.

The conditioner works great and you can easily brush out your hair after using it. It is not too thick to make your hair oily but thick enough to detangle.

The real winner is the fragrance though! It smells like Christmas. It’s sort of piney but it also smells like fresh citrus. It’s a beautiful scent. It also lasts during the day.

I’m in love with this combination.

I absolutely do recommend picking this up at the stores before it sells out or before the holidays are over. I feel like I’ll be stocking up for sure!

I hope you enjoyed this review and I will get connected to you again soon! If you’ve tried this product or you have any insight, leave a comment! I’d love to hear from you.




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