Shopper raves about 'amazing' Aldi shampoo claiming it tamed her 'frizzy, curly hair' – and it's only 85p

WITH so many hair care products on the market, it's hard to choose which ones to buy.

But you don't have to splurge on high-end products to do the job, as this woman has discovered.

Aldi shopper Shauuna ONeeill took to Facebook to rave about the supermarket's Lacura Hair Refine Shampoo and Conditioner, which she credits for completely transforming her "frizzy, curly" hair.

The "oil complex" formula promises a "lustrous shine and softness" and it seems to do exactly that.

Thrilled with the results after using the bargain buy, she posted in the Aldi UK Shoppers Facebook group to show off her new and improved "soft and shiny" locks.


And the best part? It'll only set you back 85p a pop – now that's something worth raving about.

Alongside a snap of her envy-inducing locks, Shauuna wrote: "Don’t usually take time to recommend products etc but wow this shampoo and conditioner is absolutely amazing!!!

"My hair is in terrible condition but since I started using these it has gone so soft, shiny and manageable.

"I have naturally frizzy, curly hair and you can sort of see in the pic it makes it feel and look very healthy."

The post racked up hundreds of likes and comments with others chuffed by the cheap find.

"I've used it for the past year. I love it. My [hair's] naturally curly with mainly frizz! Ans it's made it a lot more manageable. Still have to use my trusty ghds but so much quicker as it's in better condition," one said.

Another raved: "I’d recommend too best shampoo and conditioner I’ve used in ages."

Even a hairdresser chimed in to say: "I use it and love it too and I’m a hairdresser of 35 years."

Meanwhile, Primark fans go wild for £3 concealer that is the ‘best’ they’ve ever used and leaves skin glowing.

Also, beauty fans are raving about Primark’s £10 curling wand that curls ‘way better’ than £100 Beauty Works version.

And 'I’m a hairdresser and people ALWAYS wash their hair wrong – and there’s one area they always miss'

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