Hey guys! I know we all like a bit of dry shampoo… for any fellow chronically ill people, it’s an absolute essential, as sometimes standing in the shower to wash our hair just isn’t possible. I know I used to use it sometimes before getting ill too – it’s nice to give your hair a quick refresh, or get an extra day out of a hair wash when you’re busy.
I’ve tried loads of dry shampoos – the most well-known brand Batiste, to Superdrug own brand and Ruth Crilly’s newish range of dry shampoos, CO-Lab. Without a doubt, this is the best brand of dry shampoo I’ve tried so far.
TREsemme dry shampoo claims to ‘refresh and revive hair without water’. You can buy several versions of this product – from basic, to smoothing, renewing and colour care, but I am reviewing the volumising version.
With a lovely fresh salon smell, this dry shampoo is used like any other. Give it a good shake, lift sections of dry hair and spray into the roots. Massage in so that it is fully absorbed and then brush through your hair.
I’ve tried many dry shampoos, and often find that they fall short of their claims to make your hair look freshly washed. If my hair is already greasy, they often make it feel better but it still doesn’t look great. I find that this TREsemme one does actually make my hair look much cleaner and fresher. It also feels much better (it is infused with mineral clay and citrus) and smells gorgeous!
I have black hair and used to buy the brunette Batiste, as normal dry shampoo can make me look like I’ve turned grey! Although this TREsemme Instant Refresh is white, it doesn’t leave a grey residue on the hair and is invisible once it’s been rubbed in.
If I’m having a bad week and struggling to get out of bed, this dry shampoo definitely gives me another couple of days until I have to wash my hair. I also love how fresh it smells! Although it’s a little more expensive, I can’t see me using any other dry shampoo in the future, unless something totally new comes out.
You can pick it up in Boots, Superdrug and supermarkets, or buy it online here.
Do you use dry shampoo? Which is your favourite? Let me know!
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