Sunday, 14 June 2015

A Dry Shampoo Worth Blogging About


I'm a little late to the party with my thoughts on the COLAB Dry Shampoos. However, when repurchasing in Superdrug the other day and realising how much I like them, I thought I should declare the love publicly. 

COLAB is a range brought to us by the gorgeous model and beauty blogger, Ruth Crilly - AKA A Model Recommends. (Who, in other news is heavily pregnant - super exciting!) The range was launched last Autumn, and quickly became a firm favourite in the blogging world. 

Personally, dry shampoo and I have never gotten along. Clearly, I have very dark hair. This creates a problem when I use dry shampoos that leave a white/grey residue. Ain't no-one want dandruff looking hair. I also hate the texture of most other dry shampoos - I find them heavy and chalky. However, I despise washing my hair everyday - the more often I wash the greasier it gets - and secondly I do not have the time for daily hair-washing. (read: I'm lazy).

Anyway, upon trying out the COLAB range, my opinion of dry shampoo has changed dramatically. It's light, doesn't weigh down my hair and keep grease at bay. The best thing about this product is the scent - the range comes in several scents. I have tried Tokyo, Rio and New York, and you can also pick up London and Paris. The fragrances are all sophisticated, practically perfume like - nothing sickly sweet and give second day hair a refresh. I use this stuff every other day on my non hair wash days, and it give a bit of life to otherwise limp hair. Love it. 

These dry shampoos are great value - you can pick them up at Superdrug for £3.49 and there's usually an offer on them. Have you tried the COLAB range? 

Amy xo

4 comments:

  1. I am yet to try this one out! I have seen a lot of bloggers raving about it though!!
    Jennie Emma
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    1. It's well worth a try Jennie - go for it! Xxx

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  2. I love COLAB. I'm so lazy with washing my hair, especially now that I have enough to double it up as a scarf! I used to use Batiste all the time but hated the residue, this stuff is sooo much better! I have the black and the pink ones, (which I think are London and Tokyo??) I'm running low though so will need to stock up when I'm next home! xxx

    Kirsty - Effortlessly Excessive

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    1. Your hair is so long and pretty but I know the feeling that it can be a nightmare to wash! Oh I had Tokyo before and it smells so good. I find mine runs out quite quick as I like to spray a lot of it, but hey it's so cheap! Xxx

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