I would label Living Proof as a high end brand, so makes sense that a 4 oz container retails for $22 and 1.8 oz for $12. The scent is pleasant - not too strong or nonexistent. It's got that recognizable Living proof scent so it's on par with the rest of the Perfect Hair Day line. The dry shampoo is sulfate free, oil free and silicone free. Sulfate is a killer because it dries out the hair and strips it of its essential oils. Sulfate would really ruin me, especially with how sensitive my hair is so it's important to find dry shampoos (and obviously shampoos) without sulfate. Being the crazy beauty lover I am, I also love to read reviews on multiple sites. On Ulta's website, this product has a 4.5 rating out of 12 reviews. On Living Proof's website, the rating is 4.8 out of 11 reviews. On Sephora's site, out of the 6 reviews the rating looks to be a 5. While none of these sites have 100+ reviews, the reviews are all fairly positive so in this case I would take the positivity to heart because across three different sites, Living Proof could not have influenced all of the positive reviews. The product is clearly just great. It's important to check multiple sites and sources before purchasing a product so keep that in mind the next time you want to try something new. The most prominent and positive characteristic of this dry shampoo is that the white residue is an absolute minimum in comparison to other dry shampoos. It can easily be brushed away with one or two quick strokes. I would give it a 4.5 out of 5.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Drugstore vs. High End - Dry Shampoo
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