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I've been bleaching my hair for over 10 years now, so without any doubt, my hair is damaged and dry. Dry shampoo is essential to me as a good hair treatment because 1) I don't want to further dry out my hair from frequent washing and 2) I travel a lot! In Asia it's super humid so your hair gets greasy and sweaty every day. During my Hong Kong adventures, I bought along with me the L'oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay dry shampoo and it been a pleasure!

Boots £3.99
At first, I was turned off by the scent because it has like a "clean ocean" scent, I personally prefer floral ones. Besides the scent, I absolutely adore this product and have been using it religiously for a good month. At the moment this is my favourite dry shampoo because it does a really good job of absorbing the oils without leaving my hair feeling super dry! Some dry shampoos absorb the oils in the mid-end section as well, which I'm not a fan of because it leaves my hair feeling crunchy, ew! 


I just exposed my extension track for this review lol but I wanted to try show you guys how fine it sprays out. The fine powder is lightweight, doesn't leave gritty residue and there's no a grey cast on my black roots. Which I loveeee! 

However, since the powder is so fine you do need to spray out little more compared to other ones like Batiste.


It makes my hair happy, clean and volumised~

Pros:

  • The small can is great for travelling
  • No residue
  • No white case
  • No crunchy/straw-like texture after
  • Clean and volumised results

Cons:

  • I don't like the scent! Please make another variation :c
  • You need to spray more compared to other ones

2 comments:

  1. That is such a shame about the scent! It is always frustrating when something you enjoy has an unpleasant smell.
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    1. Its so sad! i love it but am still going on the search for the perfect dry shampoo!

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