Unlisted Brand • Pssssssst Instant Spray Shmpoo • Shampoo
|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
I wanted to try this because it's been around forever, so I figured it must work... unfortunately, it didn't work for me. I sprayed a ton of it onto my hair and it still looked a bit greasy. It also made my hair look too chunky, like there was paste in my hair. The worst part was that it didn't blend in well with my dark hair and made my roots look ashy.
I like John Freida's Volume Refresher dry shampoo much better.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Other Eyes: Green
This is the best dry shampoo out in the market, The roots of my hair tend to get oily within 24hrs of washing my hair & this product removes the excess oil &helps maintain the salon fresh look longer.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I bought this on a whim to see if it worked well on my extremely oily, fine textured hair. Well, it did-and it didn't. Tried it out according to the directions, and it did an OK job of minimizing the greasies at the roots, but it didn't really make my hair look washed and clean. I think this might be something I would take along on a camping trip, or some outdoor adventure type vacation. It also might be a good thing if someone has had surgery or an accident which prevents them from taking a shower or washing hair in a sink. In a pinch, it would be useful. BUT-I have a big complaint with the packaging. After one use, the aerosol top fell apart, and now it doesn't work at all. I'm going to try to fix it, but for the price, not sure it's worth the effort. At around $4-$5, the price is right, but the can design needs improvement.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Love this stuff. Distributes perfect amount to my hair when it sprays properly. However, the can must be shaken several times throughout application. Otherwise, it doesn't spray much product. Cuts the grease on my straight, oil-prone hair, black hair. No problem with "gray hair" side-effects. I apply to roots, wait a couple minutes, and brush out. Also have massaged in with my hands instead of brushing. Works okay, but not as well. Will be repurchasing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I just bought this because I really shouldn't have left the house without washing my hair. I have brown hair and it did not leave a white cast. It is easy to use- you just lift up your hair and spritz little bursts 6-8 inches from your head onto roots/scalp. My hair was like BP's oil spill happened on my head and it did a nice job of drying out my hair and making it feel/look a little less greasy. Didn't add volume really. I have fine, oily hair that really should be washed every day, but I was in a rush to leave the house today.
It's $6.29 which I thought was a little steep for a no name brand, but it's cheaper and based on other reviews, more effective than the other drug store brands.
Good if you're in a pinch and need your hair to look at least remotely decent for work, etc. I could see this being a great product for after the gym if you don't have time to shower.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is by far the best dry shampoo out there. Tresemme, and almost all the other brands at Sephora leaves a very thick film on my hair, leaving it sometimes worse looking than before.
I usually use this when I want to maintain a style or if I need to rush out somewhere in a hurry and don't have time to do my hair. You just spray a light layer in your hair, leave it in for 5 minutes, then ruffle or brush it out.
I have black hair and even though it goes on white, it absorbs and disappears when you fluff it out. I always have 2 bottles of this stuff, it's about $7, and can be picked up at most drugstores.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
First of all, I got this at a store called Christmas Tree Shops so I only paid $2.49, but I have seen it in stores like Target and Rite-Aid ranging from $5.00 to $7.00-- it has the potential to be cheap but also to be fairly expensive.
It only comes in a 4 oz can, so paying the most expensive price for it is something I definitely don't recommend.
The one I bougt is "unscented" and for normally to oily hair. When they say unscented, they do not mean scentless. It has an AMAZING smell to it. It smells like the beach/ a tanning salon. If you love that summery smell, then this is the product for you. I will buy this again simply because of its lovely smell.
It works perfectly as an instant shampoo, but I must be honest and say that I have no other instant shampoo to compare it to. When I run out of this can I may try a different brand and be able to do a better comparison.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I loved the idea of a spray shampoo because the ends of my hair get too dry if I wash it too often, but my scalp can get oily pretty quickly. The couple of times that I used this it was just ok. It helped, but it didn't make my hair look as "fresh" as I would have liked. The can sat under my bathroom cabinet for maybe a week and a half. I tried to use it again today and it felt like practically nothing was in the can. I couldn't get anything to spray out. The directions say to shake well so I shook and shook, but it would never spray right. Just a few tiny drops of foam came out, which did not end up in my hair, but on my shirt. I paid $4.99 (on sale, but still!) for a product that I was only able to use twice. I don't know if it evaporated or leaked or what, but I'm very disappointed and would not repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I love this and keep buying it again and again! I have blond hair and I hate clean hair (you can't do anything with it!). Anyway, this is perfect for adding volume to dirtier hair. And it brightens up my blond when I don't feel like washing it. Yes I know nothing replaces a good old shampooing but this comes pretty dang close.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This was a product I could do without in my bathroom. Tried it once, didn't notice a difference, but didn't make my dark hair white or anything. I was trying to stretch my blowout another day - unsuccessfully. There is not fragrance, which my appease some, but to me, it was a deterrent - who likes the smell of old hair?
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This isn't that bad. I mean, it's only for a refresher - and the white bits ARE going to happen -- you spray it in, then brush them through after a minute or so. Maybe it's not so bad on me because I have blonde hair??
That said, NO, this product does not replace a shampooing and I'd never use it if I were going OUT or to church or whatever -- but it is FINE if you have to run to the store or if someone wants to stop by your house on short notice.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I just may repurchase this. I decided to try it one more time before throwing out - this time I kept the can a good 12 inches away from my head and it worked pretty well. No nasty white blotches.
Read about this being relaunched by Paves. It's supposed to work great as a volumnizer. Uh, no, it doesn't.
I *do* think the Oscar Blandi Pronto dry shampoo works much better than this (volumizing, not necessarily as a dry shampoo).
And Aveda's Pure Abundance potion which is a clay made specifically for volumizing works better.
I think a large part is control. Aveda and Oscar Blandi are powders which you sprinkle on your hair. Easier to brush out and manage the white powder than the Pssssst spray.