Showing posts with label Dry Shampoo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dry Shampoo. Show all posts

Monday, March 25, 2013

Suave Dry Shampoo

Dry Shampoos

I know that Dry Shampoos have been around for a long time time now. But I just wanted to express my love for my favorite, Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo. It works so well! It works just as good as the high end brands and it is so inexpensive. I got on this topic, because I picked up a tiny dry shampoo the other day to keep in my hand bag or my car, for days when I am out and about and what to refresh my hair. I literally spent more on this tiny bottle than I did on my Full Size Suave bottle and got about roughly a third of the product and it was not any better. What drew me to do it was that it smelt like Cherries. Now I will say it has a nice smell of cherries, not overbearing, but really it wore away quite fast. Now I am not going to put them on blast, cause that's not me. And it did work fine. Its just that when I find something that works like the Suave Dry Shampoo, I like to let people know about it. It actually works better than some high-end versions that some I have tried.

Smells So Good! Like Fresh Hair!

Now here is the Skinny of the Suave Dry Shampoo, Just in Case You are New to Dry Shampoos:

Shake Well Before and During Application. Hold 8-10 inches from hair. Spray Directly on oily roots.  Use heat from the palm of your hands to rub in excess powder. For oil prone hair, apply on first day hair is washed to give extra volume and texture as well as to absorb oil throughout the day.

I do not have oily hair, I have normal to dry hair. I mainly use dry shampoos because my hair will get somewhat oily because I only wash my hair every 2-3 days. I do this to save energy, preserve my color and to minimize exposure to heat styling tools. So hopefully, my hair stays in decent condition. I also use dry shampoo throughout my hair to give it a boost of volume.

Final Thoughts:

Dry Shampoos are just one of those wondrous beauty products that you think to yourself, what did something so simple take so long to come to the market. I mean I am literally looking at the ingredients on the back of my Suave and on the back of another bottle of a high end brand (sold only at Department Stores and Salons) and the MAIN ingredients are almost EXACTLY the same. I mean come on! If you are going to charge a premium, than do something like make the bottle so beautiful that I want to display in on my vanity. That's all I ask......