Wednesday, 29 July 2015


As much as I love using western hair care products I also love using more Asian oriented hair care products as well. One these brands that I really like is Sunsilk. They have a variety of shampoo & conditioners for different hair types and needs. When I went to Sri Lanka in April I saw a new range from this brand and thought I needed to give it ago. I bought their Perfect Straight Shampoo & Conditioner and used it on my holiday and really like it that I bought a few extra back home with me. It wasn't very expensive and I think they both cost me roughly around US$10 if I am not mistaken. You can buy Sunsilk from any major super market in Sri Lanka so it is widely available.



The packaging is pretty nice actually and it comes in quite sleek looking tubes. They are not very big and since I hate taking travel sized products with me these are the ideal size for me. The shampoo & conditioner are both white in colour except that the shampoo is a bit less thicker in texture. 

Ever since I coloured my hair, it has got a bit rough at the ends and quite dry. It gets quite knotty and tangled up and is more on the wavy side when my hair is completely dry. My hair is actually straight and as a kid I had dead straight locks that will not falter for anything but with age and since of late that is not the case. I like having straight hair, its easy to manage and maintain. I don't like using a lot of products on my hair because my hair quite brittle so the less I use the better. Usually I would need to either blow dry my hair straight or use hair straightener. Ever since I started using this shampoo and conditioner it has been easier to have straight hair and here is why.

This Sunsilk shampoo and conditioner range have a breakthrough technology that actively controls and holds your hair while it is drying. This technology penetrates through to the hair fibers and reduces frizz and straightens your hair keeping them aligned while its drying so you end up with straight hair. In Sri Lanka it can be quite humid so even my hair that normally isn't that very frizzy gets frizzy and I end up with little hair sticking up like antennas. All you need is a coin size amount of shampoo as it really does lather up and gets quite bubbly. The conditioner is nice and think and I use a nice chunk for the bottom half of my hair. I use a bit extra because my ends are bit more drier so my hair stylist recommended I use a bit extra. When I was on holiday and started using this with the first wash itself I noticed a difference. My hair was firstly much soft and smoother, as there was not a lot of knots and tangles, the hair seemed lighter and bouncier once it was completely dry. The most amazing this is that it was much straighter than before. I just needed to brush my hair though and I has straight hair. I didn't need to blow dry or straighten. However when ever I did blow dry or straighten my hair, it was even more straight, as in I had dead straight hair like when I was a kid.

The humidity didn't really get it all frizzy and wavy which is a good thing. I also had straight hair without needing to blow dry it or straighten it unless I really needed it. This was amazing and my whole holiday I had good hair. I was so happy that I bought a few back home and use it with the utmost care. I also noticed that my hair was getting less oilier at the roots when I use this combination on my hair, this is just perfect during summer.

Have you heard of Sunsilk? Have you ever tried hair care products from Asia? Let me know what you think in the comment box below.




  1. I have use this combo of shampoo and condtioner. Well! no doubt, it kept my hairs some what straight and frizz free for some time. However I experienced hair fall with it..
    ❁ ❊ Kanwalikram's B ❊ ❁

    1. Oh dear, I haven't experienced that at the moment.


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