The “Vitamino Color ” by L’Oréal comes in a sturdy light pink bottle with a flip-open cap. The bottle has black and pink inscriptions on it. Read More
The “Vitamino Color ” by L’Oréal comes in a sturdy light pink bottle with a flip-open cap. The bottle has black and pink inscriptions on it.
This shampoo is designed for color-treated hair.
The “Vitamino Color Shampoo” was tested on dyed and oily hair.
The “Vitamino Color Shampoo” has a creamy texture.
The shampoo has a mild smell.
When testing the “Vitamino Color Shampoo” we noticed that it lathers up nicely. Not much product is needed to thoroughly clean the hair, so the bottle lasts a while. The shampoo’s effects were noticeable immediately after the first couple of uses.
The hair appeared richer in color and shinier than usual. In fact, the “Vitamino Color” nourished the hair in a way that made it feel silky and velvety. It also allowed the hair color to last longer than usual and to keep its liveliness.
Another effect of the shampoo was that it controlled the oil levels in the hair and made it less greasy. The “Vitamino Color shampoo” kept the hair clean for days at a time without drying the hair. Indeed, this is due to the UV protection that the shampoo provides which guards the hair from the effects of the sun and the heat effects of styling.
The “Vitamino Color Shampoo” by L’Oréal retails at an average price of $20.3/300 mL which is a median price compared to other products with similar effects such as Klorane’s “Anti-Fade Shampoo with Pomegranate” that sells at $13/200 mL and Redken’s “Color Extend”which retails at an average price of $16/300 mL.