Let’s be honest here, when it comes to dry shampoo I don’t really use it often! I wash my hair twice a week but try and avoid using dry shampoos, unless I really need to. I have always been committed to the ‘LUSH No Drought‘ dry shampoo and this gives the results I want without the white residue.
Dry Shampoo: Herbal Essences
Long ago I used to use the ‘Batiste dry shampoo‘ and loved how much volume is produced from a single spritz but there was always something that really let me down about this product, and that was the fact it left my roots with a white residue, almost like the effects you would get from applying baby powder to your roots back in the day before dry shampoo was even available. I noticed these new Herbal Essences dry shampoo on offer in Superdrug, and I have always loved Herbal Essences as a drugstore brand for its uplifting scents and effectiveness, as its cheaper compared to more expensive hair care brands and does the job.
I was left slightly unimpressed with this product usage wise and found it very similar to the Batiste dry shampoo! It left my hair feeling very limp, weighed down and matte in texture. It never felt nice on my hair and just never done the job! I’ve always stuck to the LUSH dry shampoo as this works for my hair type, and the fact it contains natural ingredients, it just leaves my hair weightless and volumised, which I’d expect from these sort of products, but they just don’t seem to agree with my hair. There was one thing I loved about this dry shampoo and that was the uplifting citrus fragrance. I think this is worth a try as it’s not too expensive, but I will definitely be sticking to my LUSH dry shampoo for the time being.
What’re your thoughts on this? Have you tried the new Herbal Essences dry shampoos?