Suave • Professionals Dry Shampoo Spray • Dry Shampoo
|Would buy this product again.||60%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have used a lot of dry shampoos. I am a huge fan of batiste and Psst brands but when i ran out the other dayI ran out I ran into Walmart to buy more They were out of my usual brands so a bought the suave brand on a whim. It smells awesome and worked pretty well. I think this is best if you have coarse or curly hair because it is a little "gunkier" than batiste or Psst brands and when I tried it in my straightened hair I didn't like the way it worked but when my hair is curly it is a great dry shampoo, just make sure you work it really well into your hair otherwise it will make your brown hair look grey.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I tried this one and their Keratin version and really didn't see much difference other than the scent, so here's my review from the Keratin post:
I've only tried two other dry shampoos and this one falls in the middle of the three in terms of results and it's the cheapest. I don't mind the smell, and didn't give me dandruff or a dry scalp. It left my hair feeling very soft which is a plus because I have dry over-processed hair, but it did not give me the volume that I've come to expect from the other dry shampoos. I'm guessing you have to choose between those two with dry shampoos. I may buy again, but will probably try Batiste or PSSSSST first.
Readily available (I got mine at Target)
Not as good as Paul Mitchell Express Dry Wash but that stuff is like $17 and you can only get it at a salon.
It's MUCH better than Tresseme Fresh Start Dry which left my hair feeling dirtier than before I used it. I tried it many times and it just doesn't work.
I also tried Tresseme's Waterless foam shampoo (which is meant for between-washes but is not dry) before I read the bottle. It's specifically for dry/curly hair, and my hair is straight and oily at the roots. Of course that didn't work for me.
I also tried Serge Normant's Dry Conditioner, which is not the same as a leave-in conditioner. It left my dry ends soft and manageable between washings.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Black
I love love love love love it!!!!! This is amazing !!! Great works. I was using Dove dry shampoo before. It was... ok and smells nice but feels like makes me oily skins feelings..so I just tried this dry shampoo today.Wow!!! I can feel clean and give me a nice volume too!!! smells wonderful and $2.88 so cheap !!!!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I don't know why some people say this just works for like 4 times... It actually worked for like 12 o more times on me (kind of like 3 months using it once or twice at week), and I sprayed A LOT every time I used it, because I need it and I loved to feel the delicious smell, oh, so delicious! It smells like lemon when you spray it, and a few minutes later it just smells like pineapple, so sweet, it's strong, but it wast so delicious! Everytime I used it my boyfriend told me that my hair smelled so nice (he said it smelled like strawberry, but obviously men don't know about smells), and the smell lasts for the whole day, and the day after, so it's just a perfect product, and it keeps your hair "cleaned" till you wash it again. I've tried Klorane and Batiste dry shampoos, and the first one, I din't like, the second (cocunut and exotic), I like it and it smells good but the smell doesn't last on the hair. I love Suave dry shampoo <3
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I just couldn't make this work for me. I made sure to let it sit in my hair before massaging it in but it did not soak up the oil. It made my hair look greasier immediately. I've tried even using it on clean hair to give it volume but the effect was minimal. The scent is not pleasant for me and it lingers in my hair.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I've tried tresemme and dove try shampoos. They both dried out my scalp and were kind of intense smelling. Suave is my favorite. I usually use it to add a little body to my hair. I divide my hair into sections and wait a few minutes before shaking my fingers through my hair and brushing it. I have blonde hair, my brunette friend can't use this product. It makes her roots look powdery.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is a great value - I found it for 2.89 at target I believe for a full size bottle of this stuff. I don't mind the smell. I think it's only really noticeable 1. If you use a lottt and 2. Mainly when you're actually spraying it, I feel once it is absorbed the smell is not pungent. Almost nice, I think. Does absorb oil, yet not quite as much as id hoped. But great for touching up oiliness, and a great value. I would but again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
It does the job - but I feel like I have to use twice as much. Doing so runs the risk of making my light brown hair look grey and mousy. People around me like the smell, but I hate it. I guess it's a positive thing if others like it - but I am not a citrus fan and didn't expect it to have a scent as most other dry shampoos don't. The scent is overwhelming and takes away from my perfume...which I pay good money to smell like. Perhaps if it wasn't SO strong, I would enjoy it? This is a great cheap buy in a pinch when you know you're not going to be comitted to its use regularly.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I love this product! It smells great and is the only thing that allows me to go a few days between washes. I've used it when my hair was black and I use it now and my hairs blond and it never shows as long as I don't put a lot on. I personally like the smell, it has a clean almost baby powder type scent to me and you can't beat the price! Will definitely buy again!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Why do companies insist on adding so much fragrance to products? The scent of this is overwhelming, like a rotten peach, soaked in Drakkar Noir, nestled in a bucket of paint.