I was recently sent this Moroccanoil dry shampoo* to review from Bath & Unwind, a site dedicated to sourcing products from around the world that are not only proven to work, but are kind to you in the process.
I don’t know about you, Sweeties, but I am one of those people notorious for looking at my hair in the morning and saying to myself that I’ll wash it that evening, but come the evening, I end up forgetting. Since having shorter hair, it is possible for me to wash and dry my hair before work, but this fundamentally means I need to get up earlier and quite frankly I relish every last minute I can of sleep before I have to get up. I love putting my hair up in a top knot which is my classic end of the week look (need I explain why), but leaving my hair down is far better for the health and look of my hair and so for the mornings I look at my hair and need to spritz some life into it, dry shampoo is my saviour.
This Moroccanoil dry shampoo is available for both dark and light tones, and works in the same way any other dry shampoos do (shake well, spray lightly 15-20cm away from dry roots, massage into scalp etc.). What is different about this dry shampoo to others is that this is an ultra fine spray enriched with argan oil, which claims to leave hair feeling clean, soft and silky.
As someone that has tried a fair few dry shampoos, I have got to admit this Moroccanoil product has probably trumped everything I’ve tried to date and I don’t say things like that lightly. The formula really is brilliant and I’ve been so impressed with this product because I don’t need a lot to notice its effects. Other dry shampoos often take a lot of (heavy) spraying to revitalise my thick locks, but this one seems to take a couple of light spritzes to do the job and buy me another day or so before I need to hit the shower.
This Moroccanoil dry shampoo retails for £14.85 which if I am totally honest with you, is probably more than I would be looking to pay for a dry shampoo considering Batiste and Colab (to name just two popular competitors) are a third of that price. That being said, this is a very good dry shampoo and if you’re someone who doesn’t use dry shampoo a lot but like to have one to hand, or maybe you workout before heading to the office and you need a product to perform to a very high standard, you could probably justify the price.
Have any of you guys tried or are encouraged to try this Moroccanoil dry shampoo? Remember to check out Bath & Unwind also!
Until next time x