Cake Beauty

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49 products

275 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Cake Beauty Reviews

Dry Shampoo -Cake Beauty -The All Powderful Tinted Dry Shampoo

on 12/28/2017 10:27:00 PM


I purchased the version for dark hair. It made my hair my oily. It was really messy, the powder was everywhere. I would stick with klorane dry shampoos.

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Lotions/ Creams -Cake Beauty -Desserted Island Supreme Body Mousse

on 12/26/2017 5:26:00 PM


A nice body lotion, it is a tad expensive.

I do like the scent of it, considering I'm not a fan of coconut scented products, this one has a nicer coconut scent that doesn't remind me of sunblock.

It is fairly tacky when first applied, but it absorbs well, and does hydrate my skin nicely.

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Dry Shampoo -Cake Beauty -The 'Do Gooder Dry Shampoo

on 10/13/2017 11:11:00 PM


This dry shampoo is a sweet smelling, wet feeling spray. It doesn't leave a residue or deposit any colour. It is not similar to the Batiste Dry Shampoo at all. It doesn't leave your hair feeling super gritty or volumised, which I like.

I felt clean after using it and would repurchase. Also glad it's a Canadian company :) Cruelty-free & vegan. The only downside is it's expensive.

Styling Products -Cake Beauty -The Locks Smith Hydrating Dry Conditioner Spray

This isn't for you if you only wear your hair straight. If you have naturally straight hair that you sometimes wear curly or wavy (like me), and you want to extend time between washes, then it's for you. I assume that it would be good for naturally curly or wavy hair as well.
I haven't tried a dry conditioner before. I was intrigued because I try to wait as long as possible between hair washes, but want to keep my hair hydrated on the second and third days. Sometimes it gets very dry from all the dry shampoo and other products. I like Cake as a brand so I thought I would try this although it is expensive.

When wearing my hair curly or wavy, this is the ideal refresher between washes. It does all that it claims- smoothes, silkens, detangles, and freshens without water. Spraying it on my curls before brushing makes the brush glide through my hair better, smoothes out flyaways, and improves the look of the style- without the flattening effect of a liquid serum, oil, or leave-in. If I've got product buildup from sprays, dry shampoo, etc, this product cuts through it and makes my hair feel "normal" again. You do not need very much. It is possible to over-apply, so be cautious and add more if needed. Only spray on your mid-length and ends, avoiding the roots. The spray bottle works well for me and has not clogged up so far. (This DOES NOT take the place of dry shampoo, btw).

However, when I tried this on my straight hair, I ended up with a greasy, heavy mess. I think I might have used too much, but I just don't think it is the best choice for straight hair in general because it is a lot more obvious on the hair. (It's probably not a good choice on fine hair either, for the same reason.) So when my hair is straight, I stick to my usual liquid and cream leave-ins.

Like all Cake products, the smell is sweet. I expected to like the smell more than I do (I prefer the scent of the Satin Sugar powder), but I don't mind it and it mellows out after a while. If you hate sweet smells, it's not for you. Try to "steal" a small squirt in the store to see if it appeals to you.

I wish it were cheaper, but it is a big bottle and I don't use it every day. I use it at most once or twice between washes, and only when my hair is curly or wavy, so I think I will have it for a while. I like the effect of the product and will probably re-purchase.

EDIT: I have since been able to apply this to straight hair without it getting greasy. I guess I was just over-applying. The trick is to be conservative in the application and focus on the ends.

Lotions/ Creams -Cake Beauty -Heavy Cream Intensive Hand Repair Balm

on 6/21/2017 10:02:00 AM


I just finished a 30mL size of this, which lasted me from February/March until now. Formula wise, I found it to be a very good hand cream if you have dry hands (which I do, especially in the winter). it's very thick and takes awhile to absorb, which not everyone will like. In the winter, it was a god send when my hands were cracking, and now, even in the late spring/summer, it kept my hands very soft. The only reason I wouldn't buy this again is because the scent is very heavy and very cloying. I wouldn't mind it in the winter, because the cream/vanilla scent is comforting, but in the hot weather, it can feel a little nasueating to have it on my hands all day. I would stick to something lighter once the weather warms up, but in the winter, I liked this.

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