I’ve now had a chance to try the whole of the CoLab Dry Shampoo range – there’s no two ways around this one: they’re the best I’ve ever used. When they arrived I had a couple of friends over so we all had a try – what you see above is what I have left! Neither of my friends could bear to be parted with theirs….
I’m not a huge user of dry shampoo, but one area that it comes in really handy is for my fringe – I often use skin oils at night and unless you pin your fringe back, inevitably a little gets onto the hair. As I’ve discovered to my cost, if you do pin your fringe back, the result is looking like I spent the night plugged into an electric socket. So a quick spritz of dry shampoo is my fringe’s saving grace!
CoLab Dry Shampoo, created with Ruth Crilly, from www.amodelrecommends.com, makes a big claim of no residue and it’s true. There’s nothing; it’s quite an achievement to get a product that delivers on claims but still works to do the job. I can see if you get oily roots that this is a time-saving solution that’s a bit of a game changer – especially at £3.50 for 200ml. CoLab is scented for cities around the world – I suspected Rio would be my favourite, and it is. It’s a juicy and tropical scent that’s incredibly pleasant and something that you might more expect in a body spritz. Crucially, the scent doesn’t hang around forever. I guess that’s the optimum result – a fragranced product that is lovely to use at the time but that won’t interfere with your fragrance all day long. Result!
I well understand the nerves and anxieties around bringing out a beauty product – I’ve been wearing my scared-face for months prior to my M&S range launching – so it’s huge kudos to Ruth for finding a gap in a crowded beauty market and making the very best thing to put in it. You can find it HERE.
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