Having quite fine hair that I use a fair amount of products on means that when I discovered the existence of clarifying shampoos, I decided having one in my routine was essential. I looked at more expensive brands like Bumble and Bumble or Phyto originally, however having not used this type of product before and not wanting to spend loads, I was pleased to spy this on the shelves. It was even on offer so I only paid around £2 for it. What I wanted this product to do was thoroughly cleanse my hair of all the products I use and stop my hair getting as greasy as quickly as it does so I could leave longer between washes.

Luckily, it lived up to these expectations. While it's not a miracle worker, clean my hair it certainly does and it feels so healthy and clean after I've used this shampoo. It doesn't entirely stop my hair from getting oily, but since I started using this product, I've noticed a definite improvement on this front and I don't feel so awful if I leave my hair down on non-wash days whereas as previously, I would scrape all my hair back, fringe included, on days where I hadn't washed it.

Having never used something like Bumble and Bumble Sunday Shampoo, I'm not sure how this compares. However, the Pantene Clarifying Shampoo is significantly cheaper than its alternatives so I imagine if you're after a clarifying shampoo but don't want to spend a fortune, this will do the trick nicely for you.