LUSH Big Hair Shampoo


I used to be a BIG LUSH fan when I was at college (who else remembers the face scrub ‘angels of bare skin’, or something like that.) As I got older, I sort of unintentionally stopped buying from LUSH, no reason at all.

I have recently been re-acquainted with LUSH thanks to the emotional brilliance make up range, which I HIGHLY recommend, read my review here.

While I was browsing, my sister asked the delightful sales assistant if she could recommend a shampoo for ‘big hair.

“Ta da….” said the sales girl and placed a pot of BIG sea salt shampoo in our hands.

I must say, I didn’t know what to expect from a shampoo actually made from real sea salt. However, the fact I have made the effort to write about this product means I love it.

The consistency feels like an exfoliator, I scooped a dollop into my hands and applied it into wet hair,  I wasn’t expecting it to lather up, but it did and I thoroughly enjoyed washing my hair with this shampoo. My hair and scalp felt so clean and smelt so good.

So now for the big question, does it work?


I have naturally big hair but this shampoo gives me SMOOTH big hair and my hair stays bigger for longer, rather than only staying big when it’s freshly washed.

I bought this a few months ago and I have used it around 8 times so I have properly tested it out, you can use it regularly, but I like to use my Bumble and bumble shampoo and conditioner as my regular hair cleansing products.

You can buy the LUSH BIG hair sea salt shampoo here.

Thanks for reading.

F A R R A H  T E L L S . . .


One thought on “LUSH Big Hair Shampoo

  1. I also fell out of love with Lush one day, unexpectedly. I think it’s because their prices became a little too high end and the products last no time at all. And they always make a mess, which is annoying when you are old enough to have to clean up after yourself.

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