Friday, 20 January 2012

Superdrug Dry Shampoo in Chocolate Brownie

I'm all up for cheaper products, and as an avid user of dry shampoo I was more then a little interested to try the cheaper version of dry shampoo - Superdrug's own brand. I have dyed black hair, but I figured that a dark brown dry shampoo was better then having white residue, so I was quite excited to give this a try.

The shampoo costs a measly £1.49 for 100ml, making it cheaper then Batiste. Unfortunately, for me this is where all the good things end, except for the very nice packaging.

The shampoo has quite an interesting smell. It isn't particularly pleasant but it's not really bad either. I don't really care for it, but I don't mind it. After massaging the product into my hair, I found that it actually dyed my hands. It took a lot of scrubbing to remove it - not something that I was expecting from something that was supposed to save me time in the morning! The colour itself was very pigmented, which is good for a coloured shampoo.

My hair didn't feel as refreshed as it does when I use Batiste. I still had the self-concious walking around with greasy hair feeling that made me want to jump straight in the shower. I don't think that it absorbs the oil nearly as well as Batiste does.

I've been really disappointed with this product. I'm definetely sticking to Batiste from now on! Definetely worth that little bit extra.

What's your favourite brand of dry shampoo? Have you tried any that you didn't like?

Disclosure: I bought this product myself.

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