I have a bit of a love hate relationship with dry shampoo. I know it has good intentions but on so many occasions I’ve been left with an awful white residue on my scalp that has built up to look like dandruff leaving my hairdressers baffled, and me looking like I have an uber dry scalp.
For that reason I’ve dipped in and out of the Dry Shampoo club. In the past I have often just grabbed any dry shampoo that takes my fancy, taken it home to use it to end up with sticky hair and white bits. I mean no one want’s white bits unless you’ve been on holiday right?
Thankfully I’m now fully back in the club and that’s thanks to the new Colab Paradise Dry Shampoo, this stuff is pretty fabulous and erm hello, can we talk packaging?! How gorge. Colab have gone super tropical with the fragrance of this product and I have to say I feel like I’m on holiday every time I use it, the tropical coconut scent is really nice and it’s not too overpowering either.
So what’s so special about this dry shampoo? There is literally NO white residue when you use it, bye bye white chalky roots. Hello gorgeous glossy, fresh looking hair! I have used Colab products in the past and remember loving them all. I really wasn’t surprised when I tried this little beauty but honestly the scent just gives me that feel good vibe. The product itself makes my hair look amazing and doesn’t weigh it down in anyway. You know how some dry shampoos can really make your hair feel icky and like it really needs a wash.. this makes it feel fresh!
I will definitely be buying another when I’m next in Superdrug, it’s just £3.49 for a 200ml can but it’s currently on offer for £1.73. You also get a free gift with purchase too, I believe it was a limited offer but if you pop into your local store you may be able to still get it. Yup the Flamingo notebook you were admiring in my picture, you actually get a pack of three and they come FREE. (Inserts Heart Emoji)
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