Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo Review

A new product that has come out recently is the Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo. I don't usually use a lot of hair products but have tried a few dry shampoos on my second day hair and do like them -  when I remember to use it!

So when the Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo came out, I was curious to try it - especially as it is silicone and colourant free.

Garnier says: Enriched with texturizing agents to help build long-lasting volume and refresh your hair between washes, Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo uses a micro-diffusion spray nozzle to deliver a lightweight formula to suit all hair colours. 

The anti-grease and anti-sebum action works immediately to cleanse and purify hair while adding body and substance to your style. Proven to perform, Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo provides a texturising and volumising effect that is a quick and convenient way to extend the life of your blow-dry. 

Used as a cleansing or styling product, Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo is silicone and colourant free.

The Garnier Fructis Pure Volume Dry Shampoo comes in a can with a spray nozzle. Easy to use as per instructions you need to spray 15cm from the hair, wait 2 minutes and then brush the product out.
When I spray the product on my hair, it does not leave a white cast on my hair which I love.

Once I have waited two minutes I then brush it out and it works well. It gives some volume and does a great job at leaving the hair feel 'clean' in between washes. I did however find that towards the end of the day it did leave my hair feeling a little crispy, which could be as my hair can get quite dry at times.

Overall a great dry shampoo that I really like. Easy to use and love that there is no white cast for me and a bonus that it is colourant and silicone free. It retails for $8.95aud.

Do you use dry shampoos? What do you like or dislike about them?


 

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2 comments:

T90Kate said...

I always use dry shampoo! it’s great for those in between days isn’t it? I find it helps when putting my hair up too, gives it a bit more texture. I usually get Fudge or Tigi from Hairtrade as that is the cheapest place you can get it at the moment x

Raisa @ Endless Wardrobe said...

That is such a sweet bargain for a good product!

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