Friday, 30 May 2014

The Dry Shampoo That Promises 7 Things!

In my mind, the modern day gal - a busy bee who is often found juggling work, a social life and various other things - is always in need of a quick fix. Dry shampoo, for me anyway, is definitely one of those quick fixes.

In general, I feel quite fortunate with my hair type. It is soft, smooth and shiny. However, one major downside of my hair is that after 24 hours you can almost guarantee that it will need a wash or a generous helping of dry shampoo. Now we all know the drill when it comes to dry shampoo. Spray from a distance, spend several minutes rubbing it in and be left with less greasy but quite grey-looking hair. I've do have a couple dry shampoo favourites (special nod to the Boots Dry Shampoo and Charles Worthington Dry Shampoo), but this by far the most unique. 7 whole 'actions' from one dry shampoo?! So are there really 7 'actions'?

For me, the Garnier Ultimate Blends Dry Shampoo ticks 5 of the 7 of the boxes. It could do more on the 'making hair feel less greasy' front. It does There is just one that I am not 100% sold on and that is the detangling part. My hair is certainly not difficult to brush through after using the help, but not as much as other dry shampoos that do leave residue. So there's a choice to be made when I choose which one to use! The other thing is that I can't say that I rely on it to detangle my hair.

The major win for this product is the fact that there is literally no residue. You can spray it close to the roots and for a long time but nope, this bad boy is virtually undetectable! I also have to say that I love the vanilla scent - you know me and vanilla! I know it's not a scent that for everyone, but it's a big thumbs up for me.

This is definitely a product worth trying out. Especially if your a dark haired girl like me and you need the most undetectable of dry shampoos!


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  2. Definitley trying this! I use Bastiste and it leaves so much residue and makes my hair so difficult to manage!


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