When the airs humid and the sun’s beating down, it’s important to keep your hair looking fresh between washes. Dry Shampoo can be like a miracle in a bottle and every woman should have one in her beauty bag.
We’ve picked out a cheaper one, and one of the more expensive best-sellers, to trial and give and honest verdict about which will get you the best value for money.
Save: Lee Stafford Original Dry Shampoo
This product worked really well for me. Give it a good shake before you start and spray away! It was really easy to apply and it suitable for all over use. The best part about this was that it really did last all day, I didn’t have to top it up once and my hair looked just as fresh as it did when applied it in the morning. It does go a little white when you first apply it, but give it a good shake and ruffle and it settles into the hair. It gave added volume which is great for those with thinner hair, and the smell was yummy. It doesn’t have a horrible texture and sets nicely in the hair. You absolutely should give this a try, and for £5.49 you can’t refuse!
Splurge: Percy & Reed No-fuss Fabulousness Dry Shampoo
Firstly, I loved the bottle design of this product, but unfortunately I wasn’t so excited by the product itself. For the price, I was really expecting miracles but this product isn’t great for people constantly on the go. When initially applying, it seemed to be working well but you have to shake it before every spray, otherwise you get a head full of white powder! It doesn’t last all day either; you’ll need to keep topping it up throughout the day. It’s great for those with blonde hair, who aren’t constantly running around, but if you’re a super busy brunette, this won’t be a winner for you. However, Percy & Reed do a dry conditioner which I absolutely love, love, love!
Cara Mason @FemaleFirst_UK