So, the first of the dry conditioners rolls in! I don’t usually feature celebrity products, because I couldn’t care less, but I flagged dry conditioners as a trend for this year, and this is the first I’ve seen.
Based on a similar principle to dry shampoo, this is an airy waft of weightless oil that looks like and behaves like dry shampoo, but contains light conditioning oils (Black Seed). I can see it being all kinds of handy on those in-between wash days when you realise that your hair is starting to look a little frazzled. I used it on the ends – I’m not sure it’s all that helpful to spray near the scalp because if you’re trying to make your hair last one more day before washing, it’s likely that you’ll be oily at the roots.
I used it on the ends of my hair – if I’m really honest, I can’t say I saw a huge difference but then, my hair is not excessively dry or frizzy (today!). I can say Kardashian Beauty Dry Conditioner doesn’t add any weight and does seem to be softening. If you have the right hair type that responds nicely to a light boost between washes, then this is very handy indeed. It’s probably going to come into its own in the summer, when frizz gets you good and proper. The dry conditioner also smells quite nice – not overly sweet or chemical.
You can find Kardashian Beauty Dry Conditioner HERE.
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