You may be aware I like haircare products. I actually recently filmed a video showing how I look after, wash and dry my hair, so that might be useful if you’re at all interested. However, I do love to try new hair products now and again, just in case I am missing out on something amazing. This is how I came to trying out the Label.M thickening range. So I took to the shower with anticipation and this is what I found:
The shampoo and conditioner have a very male scent, the sort of woody, lumberjack scent you would expect from the majority of bearded heavily tattooed males these days. I happen to adore that sort of smell and washing in male scented products, so straight away I really liked these. The shampoo was quite impressive, in that it lathered amazingly and really seemed to clean the hair well. Some shampoos just dont feel like you have washed your hair thoroughly, but with these the amount of lathering made me feel otherwise. The conditioner was again actually really good. I added it to the bottom 2/3’s of my hair and mostly through the ends and it did make the hair feel smooth and silky. Not to the extent as my favourite Paul Mitchell Super Strong, but enough to make you feel like your hair is conditioned. After drying off the excess water, I then added a pump of the thickening cream quickly near to the roots and through the lengths to give it some body. I do this every time I wash my hair and would never miss the step to add some creams or texturing creams to my hair before drying. This was just as great as I had expected though and made the hair feel smooth, soft, thick and voluminous.
So overall, marks out of ten for the whole range? Probably around an 8. I have since used this and again the smell is gorgeous, my hair seems to love using it and it keeps it really clean and lovely for a few days. If you’re someone who doesn’t mind spending a little extra on shampoos for a really great product, then this could be something you give a whirl. Admittedly, it hasn’t overtaken Paul Mitchell as my favourite hair products, yet I don’t think anything ever will. A very close second, perhaps.