Sunday, April 22, 2012

Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo and Dry Conditioner

I've tried higher end Dry Shampoos in the past, and they were absolute disasters because they left my hair dry and sticky, but a while back I decided to give  Suave's Dry Shampoo and Dry Conditioner a try after reading a lot of positive reviews.

Suave Professionals Dry Conditioner and Dry Shampoo

I have really thick hair that tends to get dry, so I ONLY use this Dry Shampoo on the rare occasion that my hair feels oily, or between washes when I have product buildup.

My Thoughts:
The formula of the Dry Shampoo is a light mist and has a citrus scent.  It does leave behind a white residue on my dark hair after I spray it, but it blends nicely with my fingers into the roots of my hair.  It definitely works well at absorbing ALL of the oils from my hair (sometimes TOO well..... lol).  My hair feels light and clean after I use it.

Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo

Although I like the Dry Shampoo, and I think it would work even better for those of you with thinner hair, I prefer the Dry Conditioner.  The conditioner contains shea oil and sunflower seed oil, so it leaves my hair soft and shiny.  I spray this ALL over my hair (including the roots) and it works just fine for me.  It leaves my hair feeling CLEAN and soft, but unlike the Dry Shampoo, it doesn't dry out my hair or leave a white residue.

Suave Professionals Dry Conditioner

I probably wouldn't buy the Dry Shampoo again because it leaves my hair feeling extremely dry (so I end up having to use more products), but I really love the Dry Conditioner.  It leaves my hair fresh and shiny without causing any buildup or residue.  I will probably always have the conditioner around to refresh my hair between washes.

Mass Retailers for $3.00-$4.00

Let me know what you think.

Do you use Dry Shampoos?  What's your favorite brand?


  1. Great review darling! very informative, I use dry shampoo occasionally, but like you I feel it dries my hair out too much, and don't like the white residue :D


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