Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk
Today’s post in on something I’ve used occasionally. I got this from my ipsy August 2014 Glam Bag. It’s the first of its kind I’ve tried. Here’s my take on Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk.
What I love about this product? This is the very first dry shampoo I’ve tried. I have always been wary of it and never really had the need for it as I shampoo my hair just about everyday. I finally got around to trying it out one day (by force actually). It wasn’t an opportune moment or anything like maybe I was too lazy to wash my hair one day. I forced myself to not wash my hair over a weekend to try this out. Verdict? It works. My hair gets pretty oily at the end of the day especially during summer (which is why I tend to shampoo everyday). I followed directions and while my first try did leave a light white cast — it dissipated easily by just running my fingers over it in an attempt to pat the excess off. I sprayed it too close and didn’t move it around so it got concentrated in one spot. The white cast it left was barely there so I was very impressed that that’s the worse it can get with a newbie like me using it. Lesson learned for next time. I was very impressed at how the oil in my hair is basically absorbed. It gave my hair volume at the roots and second life to my hair basically while skipping a shampoo. The smell is pleasant too….very slightly floral but mainly a clean scent really. The best I can describe it is slightly like a powder my grandmother would use. It doesn’t stick around for long so don’t worry about it if this is your concern. The sensation of the product hitting my scalp a bit is new to me. It’s very cool. With that said, I never really bothered to look for another dry shampoo as long as I have this lone bottle to keep me going in the rare times I need it. I’ve used this recently over my staycation and it’s just as how I remembered it to be.
What I don’t like about this product? If I have to be really picky, accessibility. It’s not readily available in mass retailers and drugstores like other brands of dry shampoo are.