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GVP Conditioning Shampoo: Compare to Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Conditioning Shampoo

By Generic Value Products

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Size: 16 oz.
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GVP Conditioning Shampoo brightens dull or faded hair color. Compare to Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Conditioning Shampoo and save!

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GVP Conditioning Shampoo: Compare to Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Conditioning Shampoo
GVP Conditioning Shampoo: Compare to Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Conditioning Shampoo
 

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  • Maintains and refreshes hair
  • Brightens white and gray hair
  • Refreshes faded highlights
  • Tones down brassiness
  • Removes yellow tones

GVP Conditioning Shampoo is a protein-enriched conditioning formula that tones down the brassiness on blonde and gray hair while refreshing faded highlights and adding vibrancy to dulling hair. Hair is left vibrant and shiny without the heavy residue or oily feel. Compare to Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Conditioning Shampoo and save!

 

The GVP Story: Generic Value Products brand was formed because a group of experienced beauty professionals knew they could produce at "Popular Prices" a product as good as the higher priced, quality name brands.
Apply to wet hair, lather and rinse. Repeat as needed.
For additional brightening and color, leave on for three to five minutes before rinsing.
Water (Aqua), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Cocoamidopropyl Betaine, Glycol Distearate, Fragrance (Parfum), Disodium Phosphate, Glycol Stearate, Ricinoleamidopropyl Ethyldimonium Ethosulfate, Stearic Acid, Aminomethyl Propanol, Cocamide MEA, Linoleamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride Phosphate, Glycerin, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Propylene Glycol, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Citric Acid, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, Violet External 2, Violet 2
GVP Conditioning Shampoo 4.4 5 39 40
Shines white I bleached my black hair and was surprised by the lack of dryness when I was done. Once I started using purple shampoo (I started with Clairol), I immediately discovered what was meant by "straw-like" bleached hair--it instantly felt super dry. However, this shampoo really does take away brassiness and makes the drab monotone result of bleaching a pleasant, almost metallic shine. The darker, pale gold ends where I didn't bleach as well turned a better ash blonde after using it. The pale lemon-peel yellow parts have gone silver after a few washes and the sheen when fluorescent lights shine on them is almost chalk white. It feels more like covering brassiness with blue than removing the brassiness. So it does what it's meant to do (and does so more dramatically than the Clairol brand), but is just as drying as the Shimmering Lights and smells slightly wonkier. September 28, 2014
Awesome. I've been using this product for about two years now and have had such a good experience that EVERY time I see that someone has bleached their hair, I recommend this to get the yellow out! It makes your hair so shiny and gives it a beautiful pearlescent looking color when used correctly! March 19, 2014
I've used both this product and the Shimmer Lights shampoo. Both work well to remove brassiness from light hair (remember, if you wash more often, it'll look whiter!), and both leave the hair rather dry. I found this product to be more drying than the original. The smell is also slightly different in this product than the original, as well - I don't find it very pleasant, but it's not offensive and doesn't stick around once I condition. At 2/3 the price of the original, I will probably continue using this shampoo rather than Clairol. September 14, 2013
Gave me blue hair My hair is blond with a lot of gray. We have well water with a high iron content, and it stains my hair a brassy yellow. My hair always looks like I have a bad dye job growing out. This product was recommended to tone down the yellow between clarifying treatments. I was really disappointed with the results. It did nothing to the brassy yellow color. I used it exactly as the label instructed--even bought a timer to be sure I didn't leave it on too long--and it turned the gray part of my hair (new growth that wasn't stained yellow) blue. To be clear, I mean a light blue tint, not Smurf blue. I tried rinsing it out immediately, hoping if I didn't leave it on as the label recommended it wouldn't turn my hair blue. No luck--it still turned the new growth blue. When I went into the store to exchange my unopened bottle (I bought 2) for another type of shampoo, I was told this is a common complaint and to try mixing a small amount with a different type of shampoo. That's what I'm doing to use up the rest of the bottle I opened, but I won't be buying this again. I had high hopes for this shampoo--I've used another brand in the past with good results. But if you have pale colored hair, don't buy this unless you're fond of blue hair! June 18, 2013
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I can't find any info online about Generic Value Products and there isn't anything on the bottle about it, but I was just wondering:
Has this shampoo or any of their other items been tested on animals? Do they test any of their finished products or individual ingredients on animals? Thanks!
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