Celeb hair stylist, Jen Atkin, released her hair care line Ouai last year. It's been mentioned a few times on here. But her Dry Shampoo Foam is what recently caught my attention. Dry? Foam? What? After some testing, I'm here to share what I think.
Where to get it?
What it is:
A waterless cleansing foam to remove oil and product buildup from dry hair.
- Refreshes hair between washes
- Gently cleanses
- Detangles strands
If you want to know more…
This quick-drying, waterless cleansing foam removes oil, product excess, and buildup. Perfect for second, third, or fourth day hair, it leaves strands feeling cleansed, conditioned, and ready to be re-styled as desired.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
How to use it:
Use a pingpong sized amount of foam. The foam itself is waterless and more like shaving cream than a mousse.
Apply to roots and throughout the hair. This will look crazy (see pic above) but it will work.
Rub in the foam throughout hair to disperse it, kind of like you are washing your hair with shampoo. It takes just a minute or so. Let hair dry--this was only in the areas where I put a little too much. It gives some volume once it dries.
My thoughts: the scent is very strong. I smelled it all day. This is a love or hate it scent. I didn't mind it but I was told by others they didn't like the scent. I did apply it throughout my hair, so maybe that's why I could really smell it.
I felt that it really did work, but for my hair type, I didn't really like it. I think if you had oily hair or fine hair it would work better. But for me, I love the idea but will stay with my dry shampoo, sans foam. 3 out of 5 stars
I got to be a guest of Pure Taqueria Roswell and celebrated National Margarita Day. Had an excellent night of fun and amazing food.
Physician's Formula featured me (say that three times fast) on their Instagram for National Lash Day!