REVIEW | RADIANT CREAMY CONCEALER BY NARS
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I’ve been waiting for such a wonderful product in my life! I’m so glad that dry shampoo was invented! At the beginning it was available only in beauty salons, but now we can find it in drugstores or supermarkets.
My hair tends to get greasy after two days so this product is very useful for me. Sometimes I use the dry shampoo in the third day so I extend the hair wash. So instead of washing it every 2 days, sometimes I wash it after 3 days. It’s also good if you want to add a little texture to your hair.
It’s very easy to use, you simply spray it on the roots and then massage them with your fingers to get it into the hair and remove greasiness.
I’ve tried many dry shampoo brands so I’ll leave below my top 3 favourites:
I discovered it in a sky holiday at Bansko but now you can find it also in Bucharest. I think it’s very good and also very affordable at only 15 lei. It comes in 2 options: anti-grease & volume-lift. I tried both and they do a pretty good job with greasy roots. Don’t expect miracles from volume-lift.
You can find it at Carrefour.
I found Batiste when I was trying to find a more affordable dry shampoo. At that time they were available only at the hairdresser and quite expensive. A friend recommended it so I gave it a try. It’s available in a lot of options but I prefer the classic one.
You can find it in Sensiblu and online on eMag or Farmacia Tei, at a price between 20 and 25 lei.
3. WELLA EIMI
I also tried a few professional brands and I liked Wella the most. The only down side is that the professional ones are expensive and the result is basically the same.
I must add that dry shampoo doesn’t replace the classic shampoo and it must be used occasionally, when we don’t have the time to wash our hair.
What’s your favourite dry shampoo?