Bain de Terre: Blood Orange & Passion Fruit S/C Review

Bain de Terre: Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Shampoo and Conditioner Review + Giveaway

When I was 18 years I began dying my hair to shades of red. The shades ranged from strawberry blond to deep dark red. My favorite shad was an in-between of the lightest and darkest – it was a nice middle ground. As I got older another color began making an appearance, and it was not one I was necessarily choosing – gray! I have begun coloring my hair, to cover this streak of gray I seem to have now.

I have reverted back to those easy days of reds, and in the sun my hair now has a nice red tone. While I enjoy dying my hair, I try to minimize it whenever possible, looking for other alternatives that will freshen my color. When I saw a color enhancing line and colors of hair care from Bain de Terre I was immediately interested in seeing if this would enhance the color.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Zotos International. This post may have affiliate links, but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

Bain de Terre sent me the Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Shampoo and Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Conditioner set for review.

The main goal of the color enhancing shampoo and conditioners are to enhance and seal the red tones on red hair, as well as light brown and blonde hair. Since Blood Orange and Passion Fruit are the main ingredients, the consumer benefits from the passion fruit extracts and essential oils that are rich in vitamins. On the conditioning side, the vitamins are still present, while strengthening, conditioning and enhancing the shine in hair.

The shampoo lather’s well while releasing a fresh and fruity scent, and when rinsed, rinses easily without any residue. The conditioner is also easy to use, and a little goes a long way. The conditioner smells identical to the shampoo and also releases a fruit pleasant scent that washes away quickly and easily.

if there is one recommendation, I would say that take care when you apply the shampoo because it is a red color, and unless you rinse your hand right away, it will discolor your hand slightly. This did rinse off easily when I ran it under water, and there was no other discoloration on me or my shower. Other than that, this is a wonderful hair care duo, and it added the perfect red enhancement to your hair.

Go get some Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Shampoo and Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Conditioner for you hair!

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GIVEAWAY: Zotos International/Bain de Terre is offering a Bain de Terre Blood Orange & Passion Fruit hair care set to you – my readers! (1) winner will receive one each of the following: (1) 10.1oz Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Shampoo and (1) 10.1oz Blood Orange & Passion Fruit Color Enhancing Conditioner. This is a $34.00 value!! Open to residents in the US only. I will be randomly choosing 1 person on February 22nd (2/22/2017) to receive this red fruit combo! To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Zotos International/Bain de Terre! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner and GOOD LUCK!!

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59 thoughts on “Bain de Terre: Blood Orange & Passion Fruit S/C Review

  1. June S.

    My biggest hair problem right now is all the static frizz going on because it’s so cold outside and the air is so dry.

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  2. Debbie F

    My biggest hair problem is frizz. It’s really humid here so no matter how sleek my hair is before I leave the house, as soon as I leave the air conditioning it’s *poof* frizzhead. 🙂

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  3. Arielle

    I have extremely curly hair and sometimes it’s a challenge just to get all the knots out!

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  4. Trinity Rosario

    I have LONG hair and I find my hair EVERYWHERE! I’m sick and tired of it but don’t want to have to cut my hair short!

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  5. Heidi Whitman

    My hair is straight and thick so it gets tangled a lot. I know moisturizing helps, but in the winter I find that isn’t always enough due to the air being so dry.

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  6. Cindy Peterson

    Pretending I don’t have any grey hair is my biggest challenge. And I don’t, at least for a bit after I color my hair.

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  7. Laurie Nykaza

    My hair can look drab from coloring it and can get frizzy to when i blow dry it.

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  8. Jeanne Coulombe

    My biggest hair problem is my hair is so fried from medication it looks like I burnt it with bleach or something and there is nothing I can do I have tried everything under the sun. It;s just gotta run its course dam medication.

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  9. Dana MATTHEWS

    I have long, thick, coarse hair. My biggest problem is that my hair is so dry and frizzy.

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  10. Leah Shumack

    That it gets dry and frizzy…especially this time of year! Plus I have found some grey…shhhhh don’t tell anyone!

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