Life Saver Let's say that you've been invited for a party at the very last moment - now wouldn't you be in quite a fix about how to revive your hair? TIGI Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo comes to your rescue- your hair is going to look great with this agent. It is a dry shampoo that holds a secret of less frequent shampooing. This near-to-colorless shampoo saves
Let's say that you've been invited for a party at the very last moment - now wouldn't you be in quite a fix about how to revive your hair? TIGI Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo comes to your rescue- your hair is going to look great with this agent.
It is a dry shampoo that holds a secret of less frequent shampooing. This near-to-colorless shampoo saves
Average Price: $17.00
Works like a dream! I achieve tousled tresses every time I use this product and it's perfect for second-day hair.
My hairdresser was telling me not to wash my hair everyday to make the colour last longer and suggested that I try this product! So far I really like it! It was a little pricey so think I may try another brand next time! Hope that the bottle lasts a while! Smells great and takes away the oily look at the roots!
This is the most perfect product for touching up greasy roots between shampoos! Not to mention, it smells great! Slightly on the pricey side, however, totally worth it.
I am a figure athlete, and some days I am training in the gym at two seperate sessions/day. So needless to say, I looked into the world of dry shampoos. I paid approx. $25 dollars for this, and it seemed hard to get the powder to spray on, and when it did, it was white powder, that looked horrendous on my very dark brown hair. Color aside, I still did not like this product, as it was very hard to even get out of the can. Too expensive for frustrating results IMHO!
So...I've been told for years by my hair dresser 'don't wash your hair every day!' My hair is blonde and I have highlights....the last time I was at the salon my hairdresser talked me into buying a dry shampoo. I've heard of the concept before...use a dry shampoo...either a powder or a spray (which is much easier to apply) to soak up excess oil on your roots when you go more than a day of not washing your hair. It's supposed to be used to 'refresh' oily hair...or if you're going out and don't have time to shower. Basically it's supposed to 'revitalise' and 'refresh' your hair when you don't have time to wash out. Sounded kind of neat and though I'd give it a try. Did I like the product? Yes...bought only was able to use it TWICE before the bottle was empty! I went back to the salon and the receptionist told me that sometimes that's a problem with dry shampoo sprays....I got my money back and went to Sephora where I tried the Oscar Blondi version of a dry shampoo. The girl told me it was great!....used it once and then it was empty again! I took it back to Sephora for a quick refund. So...did I like the dry shampoo? I guess it was 'effective' when I used it...nothing special..and maybe it was the gimic that made me believe my hair looked 'refreshed' when I sprayed it in. I just couldn't belive that two different dry spray shampoos emptied after 1-2 uses.....coincendence or are they just not good products?
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