I’m No Quitter
It took me quite some time to muster up the courage to sample any dry shampoo after I first found out about it. I just didn’t get it. Shampoo that is dry? My brain just couldn’t process it. My first sampling was not very impressive. Time passed. Then I began reading about how dry shampoo was legit changing people’s lives!
Not being one to give up, I got ahold of a few variations and tried them out. Still I wasn’t terribly impressed. I didn’t get totally hooked until my hairdresser introduced me to Divines Hair Refresher dry cleansing mist.
Seaweed on a Rock…
I should mention that I have fine, oily, limp hair. I like to lovingly refer to it as ‘seaweed on a rock’. So having a product like this at my disposal is awesome. The spray is very fine and light. It leaves my hair with a clean feeling rather than the weighted down feeling I get with many dry shampoos I have tried. The unexpected bonus about this product is that it can also be used as a dry texture spray. I like to style my hair as usual and then turn my blow dryer on low while spraying a quick back and forth spray of the Hair Refresher. This adds texture allows me to finger tousle my style for some extra Vavavoom.
And if I haven’t told you enough about this dry shampoo, this product is also formulated to be carbon neutral. So it’s good for your hair AND good for Mother Earth. Bonus!
The one drawback about Davines’ version of Dry Shampoo is the fact that is seems to run out pretty quickly for the cost. Like it you literally may only have 4 or 5 uses out of a bottle. So I try to conserve when I use it (and also always have a backup). This is a pretty big drawback, given the cost. So I would recommend using this product in smaller bursts more for texture and styling and less as a full on dry shampoo.