The Dry Shampoo that Changed My Mind About Everything
If your idea of a two day blowout is putting your hair in a ponytail to hide the grease, I have something for you to try. Lush's "No Drought" Dry Shampoo.
For the longest time I would have nothing to do with powdered dry shampoos. They always left gross white spots, and made my hair feel even dirtier than before. Because of this, I set out on the search for the perfect aerosol dry shampoo, and there are plenty of pretty good options in this form. Any of them worth writing home about? Obviously I hadn't found it yet, because you would have already read that post instead. So what made me try another powdered dry shampoo? A friendly suggestion!
One day at work, while complaining about how intolerable my unwashed hair was, a co-worker proclaimed "I have a ton of dry shampoo in my hair right now." Her hair definatly didn't look like she used half a bottle of Bastiste, it looked clean, but with that "cool girl" texture. So I asked what she was using, and being awesome, she gushed about how greatness of Lush's Dry Shampoo. So next chance I got, I stopped into Lush to pick it up and see for myself.
She was right, this stuff is magic. No left over residue, my hair actually feels cleaner, and the smell is lemony fresh! Rad right? Oh! Did I mention it lasts, I've had the bottle for a month, and I've used 1/8th of it, maybe. So, as I write this, with a ton of dry shampoo in my hair. Let me pay it forward and recommend you stop by Lush, and at least try a sample. You can thank me later for the extra snooze time.