I feel like dry shampoo is quite a contentious beauty product, people either swear by it or are confused by it. I sit in the middle. It took me a long time to personally jump aboard the dry shampoo train, but it's all down to finding the right one for your needs and your hair type.
My scalp isn't oily in the least and I don't need volume in my already thicker than thick long hair. In saying that, I love dry shampoo to refresh my hair the day after a workout, to help lighten any dark regrowth in between salon visits or to add some texture when my styling is falling a little flat. Because I have such thick hair I look for lightweight brushable dry shampoo formulas and I'm lucky enough to have found my perfect dry shampoo match.
I've been raving about the COLAB Dry Shampoo for almost a year now, I've worked through countless bottles and whenever I find myself near a stockist I can't help but purchase more. This dry shampoo is a dream come true for those like me who hate the feeling of traditional dry shampoos in their hair that simply leave my hair feeling dirty or looking matted. Instead this formula is ultra lightweight, doesn't leave my scalp looking or feeling powdery, leaves behind no sticky residue, doesn't add loads of undesired volume, can be brushed through, easily rinses in the shower and leaves behind no strong white pigment.
While I'm not a fan of fragrance in my skincare I love some added fragrance in hair products and I appreciate the wide variety of scents available in the COLAB Dry Shampoo Range. My two personal favourites are Rio a beachy tropical scent and London a deep musky scent, but I am yet to find a fragrance in the range that I dislike. If most dry shampoos are simply too full on and powdery for your liking, or if you have mounds of long thick hair like I do, I thoroughly recommend picking up a bottle of COLAB Dry Shampoo for yourself, I never want to be without it again!
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