Chroma Studio is a salon in West Hollywood, California and they’ve launched their very own line of hair products which they sent me to review.
Company Description- ‘Formulated in a salon by a stylist for upkeep of a salon quality look at home, The Chroma Studio Product Line is designed to meet the needs of individuals who are concerned about the maintenance of healthy, shiny, hair’.
Chroma Hair Products Reviews
The Chroma Aqua Shampoo smells amazing. It has a very light floral scent ( almost like a honeysuckle but not as sweet) which doesn’t take over the shower. The shampoo builds into a nice lather that rinses out easily without leaving behind any residue.
For best results they recommend following up the shampoo with the Chroma Aqua conditioner which also has a light floral fragrance. It has a thick texture which is easy to spread throughout the hair. The first time that I used it my hair was left in tangles because I didn’t use enough. After that I learned that I have to use a lot more than my usual amount to take out the knots. As far as frizz goes, it did cut down the poof by about 76% which is pretty good.
When used together the shampoo and conditioner left my hair feeling weightless and manageable. Styling was easy and I had to use less oil to fight the frizz. My only issue is that I had to use so much conditioner to get the tangles out. So the question is, do I buy two bottles of conditioner to get beautiful, weightless hair or move on to something else? I like the results but for the price I would probably skip this conditioner but continue with the shampoo.
I also got to try the Chroma Sculpt which is a styling cream that is supposed to provide definition and control. I have to admit that I was seriously surprised at how gooey Sculpt feels. When I first squeezed some of it onto the palms of my hands I noticed that it had a creamy texture and was expecting it to feel like a cream. It wasn’t until I tried to rub my hands together when it got all gooey and messy. If I wasn’t standing over a bathroom vanity it would have gotten all over the place so a word of warning is to be sure to apply it in the bath. Some of you are saying “Duh” but some of you understand what it’s like running after a kid while getting ready in the morning so you have a better understanding of where I’, coming from. Anyway, I like soft waves in my hair so I scrunched my hair just a bit with my fingers and found that it styled nicely while keeping that amazing weightless feeling in tact. Even with the goo I love the results that I got from the Chroma Sculpt.
Here’s what my hair looks like after I used the shampoo, conditioner and Sculpt:
Last but not lease is the Chroma Shine Spray which is meant to be used when you want to blow out wet hair and get a smooth, glossy finish. I’ve used the Shine Spray only once so far and find that it does work beautifully t make my hair shinier and softer. The only reason that I haven’t used it again is that I’ve been in the mood to leave my hair in waves lately.
A few more things that I want to point out to you about Chroma hair products:
- The Croma Aqua Shampoo is parable free
- The shampoo contains UV protection
- ‘The Chroma Aqua Conditioner is sulfate and paraben free
- They do use some natural products to make their products and that’s a huge bonus in my book
Now let’s discuss pricing:
- Shampoo sells for $25
- Conditioner retails for $26
- Sculpt costs $24
- Shine Spray is $24
I’m on the fence abut Chroma hair products. While they’re good, I’ve used better and don’t want to spend this kind of money on products that give me results that I’m not in love with. You can learn more about Chroma Hair Products on https://chroma-style.com/
Disclosure: I got these product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.