Superdrug Dry Shampoo Chocolate Brownie Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug hair care products
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Type: Hair Shampoo / Suitable for: dry hair
Newest Review: ... it was like adding the colour had made dry shampoo the perfect tool for me. The bottle ran out and went to superdrug to pick ... more
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Superdrug Dry Shampoo Chocolate Brownie
Last Update 10.12.2013 06:14
Customer Superdrug Dry Shampoo Chocolate Brownie Reviews (11)
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I've always been a big user of dry shampoo, as most women can relate, I don't have the time to wash my hair every day. I used to use the regular batiste dry shampoos, and also tried out a range of their different scents but the only off putting thing about them was the white colour which was very hard to get out of my black hair, no matter how many times I brushed it. As expected, I was pleased to hear that coloured dry shampoos have been coming out so that this issue is no more. The first brown coloured dry shampoo I tried was by Lee Stafford, a pricey one at £5.99 but I was very pleased with the results, it was like adding the colour had made dry shampoo the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/13 (Very useful, 6 readings)
As a woman, and having been to 4 weekend camping festivals, I'm an old hand with dry shampoo and I decided to give this product a bash when I was restocking the stash with a poorly purse and I definitely will splash the quid or so extra next time because to be honest i was sorely disappointed! It does smell pretty good, I will give it that! It doesn't really do an awful lot to perk up your hair at all to be honest. It gives your hair a matte effect and it stays plastered to your scalp, so no improvements there! In fact it may be better do go with greasy hair because at least that has a shine to it! I was drawn to it because it was brown and I thought that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I only cottoned onto the benefits and time-saving properties (sleeping in and realising your hair did really need to be washed before you go to work, but you don't have time) last summer. Now, I am a fan and I do like to have a can somewhere in the house for those occasions. I decided to cut myself a fringe in summer too, and didn't realise the maintenance this would require- fringes want to be washed more than the rest of your hair and after sleeping, found to my horror that a fringe will settle itself into a bolt upright pose over night and will want to defy gravity for the rest of the day- two things are needed to arm against this-- dry shampoo and hair spray. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/12, updated on 19/10/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Having recently returned from camping and being introduced to the wonders of dry shampoo on the go, I stumbled across this product in Superdrug and was drawn to its affordable price, attractive packaging and the thought of mouth-watering chocolate brownies. However, using the product for the first time I was left largely disappointed and I have returned the can to the shelf ever since. If you're going to buy dry shampoo, I would not recommend this product and would urge you towards Batiste dry shampoo instead. The superdrug brand retails for about £1.99 a can and so it undercuts Batiste by about £1.00 per can. However, Batiste produces a much better result and would be a Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Like most people, I don't always have time to wash my hair on the days I'm supposed to, and to avoid looking like I've been dragged through a hedge backwards, I like to use dry shampoo on those days to make my hair look a bit fresher. I spotted this in Superdrug and was attracted by the name "Chocolate Brownie" (yes, ok I'm obsessed with food), and being brunette I thought this might be a nice one to try. ==The Product== Firstly, I should say that when I looked at the product description on the can, it didn't state that the product contains brown coloured pigment. I wasn't too sure whether this was aimed at brunettes or they were just ... Read the complete review
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