I loved it from the very first second, even though now looking back it was one of the worst I ever used. It left a gray residue on my hair that was hard to get out and it didn`t keep my hair fresh for too long. After that I dried several different, the ones I loved the most were Batiste and Lee Stafford, both for brown hair. This summer I bought the ”No Drought” Dry Shampoo from Lush, because I wanted something practical for traveling and living in Kenya.
It comes in a typical Lush bottle and against all the other ones I used it is a loose powder that you can gently sprinkle on your hair.
This is what Lush says:
Our dry shampoo absorbs excess oils and volumizes locks, making the hair look and smell fresh without having to wash. When you don't have time or want to give you hair a break from too much washing, massage a little into your scalp and through your hair, then shake or brush out. It blends in completely, even on dark hair, to give texture and a soft, matte finish. Lemon, grapefruit and lime oils will give your hair a fruity fragrance, so you'll smell fresh too!
I love this dry shampoo because
- it is the first one that leaves my hair fresh for more than just one day
- Even though it has a whitish powder, it doesn’t leave a grayish residue in my hair
- It smells very fresh, but not all artificial (lemon and grapefruit, hmmm)
- It comes without preservative
- It is vegan and 100% natural (Ingreditiens: Corn Oil (Zea mays) , Magnesium Carbonate , Talc , Perfume , Grapefruit Oil (Citrus paradisi) , Lime Oil (Citrus aurantifolia) , *Citral , *Geraniol , *Limonene , *Linalool)
- It lasts forever
- You have to be careful while using, it can easily fall way too much out of the bottle opening.
- Because it`s powder it`s not so handy in use, it can spil on your clothes when you`re not careful
What dry shampoo do you use and what it your favorite? Have you ever tried “No drought”