Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Tried and True Dry Shampoo

A lot of you may know, I love to use dry shampoo. It cuts down on my time that it takes to get ready, I don't use heat on my hair so much, and it's easy. I'm always searching for that perfect one, and try out a lot of new products in between. This time I am comparing a new dry shampoo to my tried and true Batiste!

Batiste Dry Shampoo Review

There are several reasons I always go back to Batiste. It's inexpensive, and available at a lot of different stores. My hair is fine and thin, and definitely needs some reviving on that second day. Some formulas don't really get rid of the oily spots, but Batiste does. It's easy to use, and smells decently good. 

There are, however, a few draw backs to this brand too. The biggest one is the chalkiness factor. It sprays in pretty white, and can be hard to disperse at times. The smell can be a bit much in terms of "hanging around". My goal in trying something new this time was to find one that was just a bit lighter, but got the job done. 

Kardashian Dry Shampoo Review

I wouldn't say that I'm a fan of the Kardashians, but I really don't hate them either. I'm kind of indifferent. But I found pretty good reviews on their dry shampoo. I've never tried any of their products, so I thought I would give it a go. 

The price point isn't too bad. It's a little more pricey for the same size as Batiste, and can be a little trickier to get your hands on. I got mine at Ulta. I think these two factors were the major cons for this brand. 

This sprayed on pretty easily, just make sure you hold it back about 6 inches from your scalp. Any closer and you'll get a wet look. I don't feel like it takes a ton of the product either. I think the smell is great. That was one of the complaints in the reviews, but I didn't mind it and my husband actually commented without being prompted that this smells better than the Batiste. This is like any other dry shampoo, where you do have to massage it in a bit, but it is no where near as chalky as Batiste. I feel like it did make the ends of my hair a bit more hard to control - almost like a mild frizz. But this is something that I can work around. 

Overall, I would definitely be willing to give this another purchase in the future, and would actually like to try the dry conditioner that they have too. I think I'll still use Batiste too, but the non-chalky feel of this brand is such a pro in this category that it's worth a try!

8 comments:

  1. I've never tried dry shampoo before but I've heard so many great things about it. It's probably worth a try for me in the summer when I'm on the go a lot and don't always have time to wash my hair.
    -Alex
    www.monstermisa.blogspot.com

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  2. I'm obsessed with dry shampoo!!! Thanks for all the reviews, they are so helpful! :-)

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  3. Dry shampoo is the best, thank goodness for that invention - thanks for the review, I have yet to give either of those a try!

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  4. Love dry shampoo!!! I've been wondering about the Kardashians products!

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  5. I have been searching for a good dry shampoo for what seems like months without much success. I'll definitely have to give these a go! Thanks so much for the suggestion! XO

    Anna
    alilyloveaffair.com

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  6. Believe it or not Suave has an amazing dry shampoo. Smells great, doesn't come out too white and it only $3-$4 dollars. Give it a try.

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  7. I need to try a dry shampoo--my hair has been getting healthier--which is good, but it gets greasier faster and I don't want to wash it too often!! I need to jump on this bandwagon :)

    Tori
    FashionBlingGirlyThings

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