Thursday, October 21, 2010

Product Review: Tresemme Dry Shampoo

Unless you have really short or baby fine hair, there is no reason to wash your hair every day. A few days after blow drying though my hair gets so flat so I’m absolutely in love with- and very picky about- dry shampoo. I’m passionate about Ojon dry shampoo, it smells and works fabulously but what girl can afford that on a monthly basis? So for a more affordable option I tried the first introduction of Tresemme’s hair refreshers- the waterless foam shampoo and hated it! I just made my hair damp and lifeless even if I blew it dry, so today I picked up their dry shampoo spray at Target. My bangs could use a little life so I just spritzed them, rubbed it in, and boom! Voluminous, fabulous, full of life hair! I love it! I would strongly recommend any girl to pick up this affordable option- keep it in your bathroom, throw it in your gym bag and you’re set!


WILDasaMINK said...

I have the head of a 3yr old, meaning its so freakin babyfine that at 31yrs old I still can't keep a barette in my hair...unless I tangle the crap out of it.
Anyhow, I do wash my hair everyday except say that given Sunday where I have to get up and grab some quick coffee and run errands, etc...and washing the hair just isn't warranted...and if that's the case, I too reach for the Tresemme Dry Shampoo...I swear by it! Although Pssst is pretty good too!

Kerri @ OldLadyChic said...

I just saw the commercial for this, and was wondering if it worked! I can't wait to try it based on your review it seems like it could work for me! Thanks :)

Juliana said...

@WILDasaMINK my friend has incredibly fine hair too and she also loves Pssst dry shampoo or baby powder if she's feeling cheap ;)

@Kerri I'm glad to have helped! If you want to treat yourself, I really love Ojon but it's a bit pricey and feels the same as Tresemme!