Monday, 29 August 2016

CoLab Active Dry Shampoo - Reviewed!

I remember trying the CoLab dry shampoo when it first came out and although I liked it, I didn't find that I was reaching for it that much and was still preferring my Batiste. When this new active version it really caught my attention so when it was on offer I decided to give it a try. 
CoLab Active Dry Shampoo
CoLab Active Dry Shampoo
The packaging is very bright and vibrant so stands out from the other dry shampoo's in the range. This dry shampoo is designed to protect the hair as well as giving it a refresh after working out or between washes. The scent is a pleasant lemon one which doesn't linger too much but does make the hair smell clean. 
CoLab Active Dry Shampoo
CoLab Active Dry Shampoo
When I first used this I was so impressed how there were no signs of any white marks. I think this would be especially good if you have darker hair. I spray the product on the roots, leave for a few seconds or minutes so the product can get to work. I then rub the product in and brush out. I was really surprised that even on greasy or sweaty hair this manages to soak up any excess oil and makes the hair look like you've just washed it. Some dry shampoo's you can really feel the product in your hair but this one feels really nice and makes the hair feels soft.

I didn't expect to like this dry shampoo so much and if you want one that is effective and that you can't feel in the hair I would definitely recommend giving this a go. I find it to give better results than the original range of dry shampoo's by CoLab and is one that i'll repurchase again. 

CoLab Active Dry Shampoo retails for £3.99.

Have you tried this, or any of the CoLab dry shampoo's?

2 comments:

  1. I had the same issues with the originals so may give this a go!
    Summer xx

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  2. Ruth Crilly really is doing so well with her products!
    Lottie
    www.flareaforte.com

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