Monday, March 26, 2012

Suave Dry Shampoo

I was not a fan of the first dry shampoo I tried.  It left my hair with a powdery and damp feeling.  With all the buzz about it extending the life of blow outs and giving great volume I did not want to settle with one and done.  Suave was promoting their new line, Suave Professionals at the time so that was it.
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Redemption for dry shampoo it was.
  • absorbed the extra oils without clumping them together, making it stringy or damp
  • made volumizing easy
  • lightly scented
  • priced at less than $3 dollars
Suave Dry Shampoo works as directed, better than expected and my favorite feature is the volume it gives.  I use it for that purpose alone if my hair is exceptionally flat on any given day.

To use it for adding volume only use very little being careful to spray it the recommended 10 inches away from your hair.  Let it set for it minute, comb through and style away.


  1. I use baby powder which is the original dry shampoo. The sprays always make my scalp itch throughout the day. I just rub a little baby powder on my hands and transfer it to my roots sections at a time. Always careful to use less, more creates a gray hair/dandruff look LOL

  2. I like to have this on hand too and I like this brand. Do you remember the old Pssst... brand sold in pharmacies? I think it was only used for people too ill to shower frequently. I'm so glad they are starting to develop this product as a beauty essential. As a note, the first one I tried was a much more expensive brand and the can only lasted a few times. Weird. The price is right on the Suave for once in a while use. Good pick!

  3. Awesome! I'll definitely be trying this out! I only wash my hair every other day, but it's pretty oily. Maybe this will help for the in-between washing days!

  4. Obsessed with this stuff!!! Yay for products that WORK! :)