Hi Guys! Today I’m going to share my experience with the Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo. Yes, you guessed it right! This is from the latest launch of the L’Oreal Dreamlengths hair care range. There’s no denying that L’Oreal makes some of the best hair care products in the pocket-friendly range.
I often apply hair oil and L’Oreal shampoos have always helped me get rid of the sticky residue from the hair oil. L’Oreal’s 6 Oil Nourish range is my all-time favorite. I also love their Total Repair 5 range. This newly launched Dreamlengths range promises a regenerating effect on the hair.
My polluted and brittle hair seriously craves an extra dose of nutrients, so I quickly added the Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo to my shopping cart. I’ve been using it for a few months now. The bottle you see in the pictures will be ready soon. Let’s see if the Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo could please me or not.
Via Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo
The Loreal Paris Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo restructures the hair length and helps seal split ends so that you have the hair length of your dreams. Enriched with a cocktail of vegetable keratin and castor oil to repair damaged hair and save your last 3cm.
1. For longer & stronger hair
2. No need for haircuts
3. Helps seal split ends
Packaging: This shampoo comes in a bright orange plastic bottle. This tall and slim bottle looks and feels exactly the same as any other hair wash bottle from L’Oreal’s drugstore. The only difference is in the color scheme. The bottle is robust and the click cap closes tightly.
The bottle or cap does not break easily, preventing product from spilling. I bought the medium size; it’s a bit bigger for my travel toiletries. However, a smaller version of it is also available. L’Oreal always mentions all informative details on the back of the pack.
If you’re looking for the full list of ingredients, just look under the barcode marking on the back. Overall, it’s good packaging and I give L’Oreal a high five for such an uncomplicated shampoo bottle!
Color & Consistency: The Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo looks translucent white. It has a pearlescent sheen that comes from microfine glitter-like particles found in the hair wash.
I don’t see any point why renowned brands like L’Oreal, Tresemme or Dabur Vatika like to mix glitter in shampoos. After all, shimmer has nothing to do with cleaning your hair or scalp!
In terms of consistency, the shampoo is neither too thick nor too runny. The texture is medium. If you want to dilute the shampoo with a little water before applying it, you can do so without any problems. This shampoo doesn’t take much water to wash out of your hair. I don’t like the annoying feeling of slimy residue from washing my hair.
Fortunately, this one doesn’t do that. This is a creamy shampoo; not as creamy as Dove shampoos, but you can still feel the creaminess when you apply it. This is aimed at dry and damaged hair ends. So people with greasy hair won’t love it very much.
Scent: This restoring shampoo from L’Oreal has a vanilla mixed with a floral scent. The scent is partly similar to the almond shampoo from Sunsilk and the now discontinued almond milk shampoo from Garnier.
I’m not a vanilla person, my senses like citrus or floral scents in my hair wash. If you love vanilla biscuit fragrances, you will love this very much.
Quantity & Price: Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo will cost you Rs.149 for 192.5ml when you buy it from MRP. However, you can get your hands on this at a lower price too. From time to time, L’Oreal offers 10-20% discount offers on this. In terms of price, it is comparable to the other shampoos from L’Oreal and several other drugstore shampoos such as Sunsilk, Tresemme etc.
My general thoughts
Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo caught my attention because of its claims. This hair wash promises a mild cleansing for long hair. I am trying to grow my hair. I cut my hair 1-2 times a year to maintain length.
The ends of the hair are exposed to daily soiling, pillow rubbing and harsh hair cleaners. These days the ends of my hair are super dry and damaged. I was looking for a milder hair cleanser than I found this one.
While it’s a paraben-free product, the presence of sulfates and silicones is a matter of caution. I hope L’Oreal has safe wording for us.
Let’s talk about the performance of Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo. It cleans the scalp and hair pretty well. Since it is a silicone-based product, the formula smooths the hair to some degree.
If you have oily hair, you may not need a separate grooming product afterwards. Unfortunately, my hair is always thirsty for moisture, so I have to resort to conditioner afterwards. This shampoo isn’t harsh. If you start to wash your hair daily, you will get the super dry straw-like hair in no time.
I made this mistake once and my hair suffered a lot. This hair cleaner removes hair oil residue, but you need more product to remove the excess oil. The formula reminds me of the 6 Oil Nourish Shampoo from L’Oreal. I find Loreal Dreamlengths Restoring Shampoo to be a basic nourishing hair wash. Long hair or short hair, the performance is the same.
Rating: 3.5 / 5