I just have to recommend a shampoo – the Lush Big Shampoo. I rarely write about beauty products, I just don’t think I know enough about these things to write a lot about them, but this one just need to be mentioned. My hair is pretty thin and fine, so whenever I am in Japan, it turns completely flat, frizzy at the ends and oily at the top, and I have been trying to fix it for ages. I went and bought this shampoo (even though it was kind of pricey… ) – and it really did make the hair BIG! I was really surprised, because I rarely find products to actually live up to their descriptions and expectations. The consistency of the shampoo is really weird, with lots of big salt grains, and your hair ends up smelling like a mojito, but it did make the hair fluffy and removed the excess oil from the hair.

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  1. Nero says:

    Well i work for LUSH so i really should not talk about this brand but i love it! And the products really work!
    Lush sells online too, you can order your BIG anywhere you are =)

    • Sushi Bird says:

      I think it is perfectly fine to say when a product is good, no matter if you work for them or not. I really liked this shampoo, usually nothing makes a difference on my hair.

  2. Caroll says:

    I was reading your blog when i saw this post, and i WANT this shampoo 🙂 Thank for this advice, you should make more beauty post !

    • Sushi Bird says:

      I really fell in love with it. It does dry out your hair a lot, though, so if your hair is already dry, I am sure there are other shampoos which would be better. (& HELLO! How nice to hear from you again, I hope you and your family is doing wonderful!)

  3. Caroll says:

    I’m searching for a shampoo to dry my hair so i guess it will be perfect. Everything is allright for me, still in Paris with husband and daughter. You are still very talented, i hope one day i will go in Japan, maybe i will see you 🙂 have a nice day !

    • Sushi Bird says:

      I am happy to hear everything is going good with you! I love your daughters name, btw, I smiled the first time I read it. Is it a common name? I had never really heard it before, I thought it was creative.

  4. Caroll says:

    Thank you so much 🙂 Actually Faustine is not very commun here. It’s an old name, comes from the latin Fausta that means “happy”. Faustina was the wife of the emperor Marc-Aurèle. And of course, Faust, Goethe 😉

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