A Natural Way To Keep Your Hair Fresh

Now I’m sure the majority of my readers have used dry shampoo before. I have nothing revolutionary to tell you, that stuff is a god send. I use various brands of dry shampoo 2-3 days a week in between washes (I normally wash my hair twice a week).

Recently I picked up the Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo and actually I’ve been really surprised with the results.

IMG_5659 Unlike some of the more popular brands like Batiste, it is in powder form rather than aerosol. This means you puff it into your hair rather than spray. I wasn’t expecting to like it as much as I do. I thought it looked a bit scary and white in that bottle, and especially with dark brown hair, I thought it could all go disastrously wrong. But it’s actually much easier to use than I was expecting.

It’s very light, not heavy powder, and it’s been easy to control the amount that comes out. It smells fresh and clean and does a really good job of refreshening up hair on those in between days. It also doesn’t make your hair ENORMOUS like other brands I’ve used. It’s simply a dry shampoo.

I’m really really enjoying using it. Plus I love that it’s all natural. I’m doing any damage to my hair or putting nasty chemicals in it all day.

IMG_5660The only down side I can come up with is that it needs rubbing in to prevent that tell tale dusty look. But I do have very dark hair, and that isn’t an issue exclusively with this Dry Shampoo, I’ve found it with most brands I’ve tried.

If you’re in the market for a new dry shampoo, I’d pop into Lush. You might be pleasantly surprised with the outcome!

IMG_5662What’s your favourite dry shampoo brand?

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  1. 21st April 2016 / 6:47 pm

    Lovely article. I don’t particularly like putting powder products in my hair but I’m always interested to hear about Lush products 🙂

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