Shampyou: Customized Hair Care

Let's face it, there are so many different hair types that finding a product that takes care of your specific hair type may be harder than it should be. There should be a product that you can customize to your specific hair need, right? Well there is! 

Shampyou is a new line of hair care products that you can mix and match the way you want them and make your own personal hair care concoction.

You start off by choosing the shampoo of your choice:
Mimosa + Jasmine 
Juniper + Mint
Lemon + Verbena 
Ylang Ylang + Bergamot
Each shampoo packed with vitamins and essential oils to clean, nourish, ad protect your hair. 

After you choose your shampoo scent, you can customize your shampoo with any combination of 2  of the Shampyou Super Serums:

Gimme More Moisture
Turn Up The Volume
Hi Definition Blonde
Ravishing Red
Curl Me Up
Thermo Straight
Beautiful Brunette 
Back To Your Roots

Once you choose your combination of serums based on your hair type and needs, you mix the serum(s) into the shampoo.

Finish off your special hair concoction with the Shampyou conditioner made for all hair types. 

The shampoos and conditioner all smell amazing and the serums don't seem to have a scent, so the serums will not change the scent of your shampoo once combined. I love the control you have over these products. For example, if you have color treated, dry hair, you can combine the serum for your hair color as well as the Gimme More Moisture. The Curl Me Up serum is great if you have naturally curly hair as it keeps the frizz away and gives you more defined curls. 

All of the products really do target specific hair concerns and I absolutely love them!

All of these amazing products are available at Ulta and on

*Disclosure: This product was received as a sample in exchange for an honest, unbiased, review. The reviews and or opinions on this blog are 100% my own. No monitory compensation was received and I was not required to write a positive review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising.  


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