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Percy & Reed

Really Rather Radiant Colour & Shine Shampoo 250ml

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    Percy & Reed Really Rather Radiant Colour & Shine Shampoo gives your hair more depth and gloss than an A lister on Oscar night. The gel formulation cleans and conditions whilst sealing the cuticle to lock-in colour and shine. It leaves no residue or build-up to weigh down hair or dull its vibrancy, gently smoothing the cuticles of the hair shaft to highlight natural and coloured tones, boosting hair’s vitality. Formulated for colour-treated or virgin hair, maintaining colour, increasing its shine and intensity, and moisturising, softening and nourishing. Perfect for colour-treated or chemically-treated hair, or for untreated hair that is dull or mature.


    • Intense rehydrators replenish vital moisture and prevent frizz or flyaways.
    • Raspberry oil helps hair shimmer and shine, while pro vitamin B5 adds strength.

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    • Apply shampoo to wet hair, massaging well with your fingers to work into a rich lather.
    • Rinse and repeat. We recommend you shampoo twice - the first wash will clean the hair of any build-up and impurities. The second starts to deposit the active ingredients in the shampoo.
    • Rinse well.

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