To save $, and because my hair is so dry and thick, I usually only wash it once or twice a week. It extends the life of my color as well. So when I recently saw a commercial for the new Dry Shampoo and Waterless Foam options offered by the Tresseme line, I was intrigued. Would it work? Dry shampoos have been a disaster on my hair in the past, and I've tried almost all of them.
First up is the Tresseme Dry Shampoo. It's geared for oily straight to normal hair. Simply shake, spray sections 6-8 inches away, wait a minute or two, and brush through. It sells for around $4-6.
How did it work? Just like any other dry shampoo I've tried--it makes me look like I've got dandruff in my dark hair! Remember, my hair is naturally wavy, dark, thick, and a little coarse (dry) and the product is geared for oily to normal straight hair, so I wasn't expecting much. It might work differently on your hair, especially if you use it for the hair type intended. ;) It had a pleasant smell.
Get or Forget? If you have blonde hair, then I imagine this will work great for you. If you want a cheap dry shampoo, then this is for you. In fact, out of both products, this was the one with the rave reviews! It could be a great travel product as well! As for me, forget it, but I feel fine about the purchase since it was so cheap. Since I'm frugal, I'll use the dry shampoo on my underneath layers and not on the top. And I'll let my friends use it when they come to visit.
How did it work? I loved it! It was easy to use. It didn't leave my hair greasy and had a nice smell. Some suggest skipping the towel and using less product.
Get or Forget? Is your hair wavy/curly and dry to normal? Then get it! The only negative reviews I found were those with greasy hair and it made their hair greasier. While it doesn't replace a shampoo, it's great to refresh hair after a long night out or if you're too tired to wash your hair! ;)