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The Dry Shampoo Report

January 24, 2011

Ojon, Rene Furterer , Pssst! the list goes on and on. When it comes to Dry Shampoo this is a necessity to my daily beauty regime. I was born with Naturally straight weightless hair. Nothing stays and nothing ever holds. However, as a brunette, powdered shampoo isn’t quite as low-maintenance as you may assume. As much of a perfectionist that I am, sometimes I’m in a hurry and miss some powder flecks that i did not comb in thoroughly, leaving really unsightly powder residue.

So, what is dry shampoo exactly?

Let me clarify, dry shampoo is a powder that absorbs oil in your hair leaving it fresh and clean in between shampoos. Not only does it gets rid of the grease, it adds volume and makes your hair clean and fresh without the use of water.

Why should I use it?

Well there are several reasons to use it. My hair is so fine that after i wash my hair i apply dry shampoo and style my hair normally.It helps keep my hair from absorbing anything that will make it greasy. Dry Shampoo is a must-have product when traveling and a fine solution for “greasy” second day hair. It’s the best quick fix that can still make your hair look great and smell heavenly.

Check out my recommendations! It should work for any hair type. male or female!

Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser- $24, Beauty.com

A smells really good, gives great volume.

Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder. ( comes indifferent shades) $ 38.00 Amazon.com

C aerosol clogs easily, messy and weighs down hair.

Rene Furterer Naturia dry shampoo $24.00 Sephora.com

A+ Smells great , easily combs through.


TRESemme Fresh start Dry Shampoo $4.49  Walgreens.com

C dosn’t really do much. weighs down hair.

Batiste Dry Shampoo $7.99 Ulta.com

B Very white resadue , holds well , smells amazing.

Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo- $11, Sephora.com

D Hard to apply , incredibly messy.

Klorane gentle dry shampoo with oat extract $ 18.00 Sephora.com

B very gentle, works well over all.

I love dry shamp.

<3 N

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