“ Brand: Superdrug / Type: Hair Shampoo / Suitable for: dry hair „
I hadn't used Superdrug dry shampoos before, but when I seen this on offer for 98p for a 150ml tin, I thought I would give it a go. There were a few reasons why I chose this particular scent:
The orange lid on this one particularly stood out for me and as the picture on the front showed orange slices and flowers showed oranges and I adore citrus scents. The name of the product was also a draw to me, as it could describe me some days if I am totally honest.
You use this the same way as most other dry shampoos, just spray evenly on the areas that need a boost (mainly around my parting and my roots for me) at a distance of around 15cm, massage it in (it will feel slightly wet to the touch at that point) and then once dry, brush through thoroughly to avoid the grey roots effect.
When I sprayed this, I was immediately drawn to the scent. It has a real citrus, sweet scent and is not as chemically a scent as some dry shampoos that I have used in the past. I did also find that the scent did last, as I have a side fringe and when it fell across my face during the day I could detect the fresh, citrus scent of my hair.
I had really high hopes for this product - partly because I have used cheaper dry shampoos that have really worked, and also having experience of the quality of Superdrug's own branded products. However, I felt really let down when I used this. The scent is the only real positive that I have with this dry shampoo. I found that it had very little effect on the appearance of my hair. It didn't leave a grey powdery effect on my hair, but it didn't absorb grease either. Looking at the ingredients, it does seem as though there are no oil absorbing ingredients in it, unlike my other usual Charles Worthington dry shampoo.
Considering the full retail price for this is similar to the Batiste range of dry shampoos, I feel I can't recommend this product. It has a lovely scent, but this was the only real positive for me. This may be okay for those people who use dry shampoo to create texture in their hair, as it does leave a slight crispy feel to my hair if I haven't brushed it through thoroughly.
On a positive note, this is suitable for vegetarians and vegans and is also BUAV (British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection)approved.
I did notice that this is no longer on the Superdrug website, so I'm not sure if this scent has been discontinued? There are still 5 varieties available on the Superdrug website:
Ready to Rock (this also has an orange lid, so maybe an updated version of the dry shampoo I have?)
Spirit of The Carnival
There is also one called Chocolate Brownie which is a for brunettes.
I did notice that the price for the first five mentioned above is now £2.19 and the brunette one is £2.99, which I think is very expensive for something that is only useful as a hair perfume.
I have almost half a tin of this left and it will be going in the bin as it doesn't make any difference to my hair. There are other reviews which say how fantastic this is, so maybe Superdrug changed the ingredients before I bought mine or maybe some others don't have hair that gets as greasy looking as quickly as mine does!
I have been using dry shampoo at least twice a week every week since I discovered it at a very dirty and very hazy festival weekend many years ago. At the festival, after 3 days since washing my hair (I normally have to wash my hair every day) I was amazed when a squirt of this stuff made me look (if not feel - it's not magic hangover spray) almost human.
Since that weekend, Batiste dry shampoo, which up until then I didn't even know existed, has been something that I have used either 2 or 3 times a week. I now only wash my hair every other day and I use dry shampoo on the other days when I am going out and can't look like a little grease ball.
So in Superdrug last month when I saw their own brand of dry shampoo, on a "better than half price" deal, I couldn't resist.
The 150ml can cost me just 97p which I thought was an utter bargain. This works out about a third of the price of Batiste so I was well pleased with myself for finding it.
A quick sniff in Superdrug and the product smelt lovely enough. Kind of fruity and fresh. Not at all unpleasant but nowhere near as lemon zingy as my regular brand.
I used it for the first time this morning as my previous can ran out.
So the method I use is that I hold the front of my hair up and spray under the sides, just above the tops of my ears, then I toss all my hair forward and spray underneath my hair across my neck line, then toss my hair back and have a quick blast across the top. I then tie it up very roughly and have my shower. Out of the shower I let my dry hair down and shake it like a dog getting out of the sea. At this stage, when I have used Batiste my hair looks great. It normally looks and feels like it's been washed and dried and I can leave it down and go off to work. The only problem I have with Batiste is that if I am too keen and spray it too much or too close to my head I get a big grey old lady streak in my hair which takes a bit of a brush to get it out so I have to beware of that.
So I carried out all of those steps this morning with the Superdrug brand. My little dry shampoo routine.
Out of the shower I let down my dry hair and...... Nothing. It looked exactly the same as it had when I woke up.
Thinking ok, this one is just going to take a bit of getting used to, no problem, I gave it another spray and shake and fluff. And still nothing.
I then really went to town, spraying loads on at a really close range. I sprayed and sprayed until I started coughing. I was prepared for my hair to be completely white with powder but that was on cos at least that soaks up the grease and I can just brush that out and go. I looked in the mirror after the barrage of spraying. And nothing.
I am thoroughly disappointed with this. It does absolutely nothing. I must have used ten times the normal amount I use and I cannot see a trace of product in my hair that just looks dirty and greasy now today.
I will never buy this again, I'll stick to what I know.
I've been using dry shampoos for years but recently they do seem to be gaining in popularity and a lot of people seem to be jumping on the bandwagon and the original dry shampoo people - Batiste - seem to have brought out more and more different sorts over the past year or so. I actually find Batiste as a brand, very expensive to use unless of course, I manage to get a special offer or price reduction, but lately I've been using a dry shampoo from Superdrug called Head in the Clouds.
I pay £1.89 for a standard size 150ml can, but this is actually cheaper than the Batiste range by about 70p. Dry shampoos are so easy to use and a brilliant idea. They are perfect for those lazy days when you just can't be bothered to wash your hair. The idea is that you just shake the can vigorously and then spray in to the roots of your hair and the light white powder gently soaks up the grease. It sounds really yukky but it actually works very well. Personally speaking, I hate the feel of the white powder on my scalp it leaves behind, but if it's a choice between that or greasy hair, then I'll opt for the powder every time.
I have very fine flat and greasy hair and I have to wash it every single day otherwise it just looks limp and nasty. For this reason, any dry shampoo is an absolute godsend for me. This particular dry shampoo has a great fruity light and fresh smell and it really does perk my hair up. Not only does it soak up the grease, but it actually also gives my hair more lift and volume.
It washes out really easily too and doesn't make my hair feel tacky. I have fair hair though and I have a friend who has dark hair who is unable to use dry shampoos as the powder makes her hair look dreadful. I do think they make dry shampoos for people with dark hair but this one from Superdrug would definitely be more suitable for those who's hair is on the lighter / blonder side.
One bottle of this great dry shampoo lasts me for ages and I use it several time a week. I also occasionally take it wit my to go to work just to perk my hair up a bit if it's looking a bit flat and lifeless. Highly recommended
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I decided to give this a try when Superdrug didn't have any special offers on the Batiste range. It seemed to be a reasonable price at £1.99 compared to the more expensive Tresemme and Batiste ranges. There are a few different variations other than Head in the Clouds but I haven't smelled them so I can't really compare them to this one. The can comes in one size at 100ml which is a good size to fit in your handbag if you need a little throughout the day. I would prefer it if they did a larger size to keep at home, but they're normally on multibuy offers so I suppose it doesn't matter too much. The Head in the Clouds does smell nice - I'm not really sure what it smells like, sort of fruity/citrus and definitely not floral. It's a really nice smell though and I sort of prefer it to the Batiste ones I've tried.
Unfortunately, there isn't really anything else nice to say about this product. In my experience, I found that it doesn't really work! Maybe it works for about 10 minutes after you've put it on, but after that my hair just goes back to how it felt before. In addition to this, you also have to use quite a lot of the product to even get the 30 minutes of effect! This makes it incredibly poor value for money in my opinion. Now, I don't know if it's just that it doesn't work for my hair, but I'd say that it's probably better to invest in a slightly better product from an established brand *cough cough* Batiste.
A few months ago Superdrug had a promotion where you bought 1 dry shampoo and you got 2 free, I thought this was an excellent promotion and had heard really good things about it so decided it would be worth a try. There were 3 fragrances on offer and this 'Head In The Clouds' was one of them. The cans cost £1.89 each for a 150ml can however as I said I received 3 for this price so mine only cost 63p each which is fantastic. I don't use dry shampoo regularly but I do like to have a can as sometimes my roots can look less fresh and a quick spritz of dry shampoo tides me over until I can wash it.
A dry shampoo is basically a hair wash in a can, it's almost like a powder that soaks up any excess oils and leaves you hair looking fresh, almost like a just washed look. I like to wash my hair every day but I get fed up having to blow dry and straighten it, especially when it's so thick and it takes so long so I do it every second day but I do find if I have used excess products, or it has been very hot etc my roots can look stringy and unsightly and this is when I reach for the dry shampoo. This is also perfect when you go camping, when I went away last year this dry shampoo was exactly what I needed when I was desperate to wash my hair but couldn't really do it. For a couple of days I kept my hair manageable using a can but I haven't actually got around to using this particular fragrance until a couple of weeks ago.
Some people seem to have problems using dry shampoo but I have never experienced any problems it's as simple as aiming and spraying. I tend to apply at my roots and then give a quick spray all over. This gives my whole hair that fresh look rather than fresh roots and and unsightly mess at the bottom. I have heard people saying dry shampoo's leave behind residue however when I first used this spray I didn't even see much powder on first application. I gave my hair a quick brush through and after 5 minutes perhaps (I didn't time it exactly but it was rather quick) my hair looked lovely and fresh with a slight bounce to it, exactly as if I had just spent the past hour washing, blow drying and styling my hair. There is no dampness, wetness, residue product or anything left after use which I was very impressed by. I didn't have to use a lot, probably as much as I do if I'm using a hairspray so it isn't a half can job or anything, because of this a can lasts me for months because as I say I don't use it regularly.
I have used this both while being in the house and also about a half hour before I have left the house. I've been caught in the rain soon after use and I've spent the day doing daily jobs after use and I have found that the shampoo keeps my hair fresh for the whole day despite what I may have been doing which I think is pretty impressive. The fragrance is slightly sweet and fruity, it is a very fresh scent and is really nice. I didn't smell it after use throughout the day at any point but I don't think I would have minded in any case as it isn't an unpleasant scent. I tend to use this shampoo in the morning and then washed it in the evening and I found no effects of washing my hair a little later than I may normally have done.
I would definitely recommend any of the Superdrug dry shampoo's they all have the same look and are only differentiated by the colours on the cans, pink,. blue or orange which this one is. They all work exceptionally well and I think it works much better than the leading brand which I was not such a fan of. The scent is pleasant and not only that but the shampoo actually works to freshen up my hair and keep it looking cleaner for longer. This is definitely worth a shot, even at £1,89 it's a good deal but on the deal I got it is even better.
I love a good ol' dry shampoo and on a trip to Superdrug I saw that their own brand range were on a really good offer, so being the thrifty shopper I am, I picked up 3 cans in various fragrances.
I was really pleased with saving myself some money, and when I got home I decided to give them a try. I shook the can, as normal, and sprayed the product into my hair. However, rather than a powdery substance coming out, it was very liquid!! Rather than making my hair look better, I ended up with greasier hair than before! I was very disappointed as I didn't expect an own brand product to be this awful!
After some more practice with this product, I've worked out that if you hold the can really, really far away from your head, the result is slightly better, but it still doesn't really help with greasiness.
Out of the 3 fragrances I brought the one specifically for brunette hair was the best one, but it still seems as if there is very little powder in the can!
I have read other reviews and haven't found anyone else who has had the same problem, so it may be that I had a rubbish batch of the product, however, if you are looking for a good dry shampoo I would recommend going for a Batiste product.
~ Superdrug Dry Shampoo - Head in the Clouds ~
I don't tend to use dry shampoo's as much now as I did in the past and then I always used Batiste but whilst in Superdrug last week I spotted their own brand dry shampoo's and as they were on offer I bought them.
I wasn't looking for them nor did I have any intention on buying anything in particular in there but I am very glad I did.
They are currently on a buy one get two free offer so I had three cans of this stuff for just £1.99.
There are a few varieties available ~
* Head in the Clouds - Orange
* Spirit of the Carnival - Lime
* Heart on your Sleeve - Pink
* Away with the Fairies - Purple
* Chocolate Brownie - Brown
I chose the first three and it wasn't for any reason other than those being the first that I grabbed!
Seeing as Head in the Clouds is the only one availble to review on dooyoo at the moment I will be basing my review on that one.
The can itself is quite pretty and appeasing on the eye with it's main colour being silver and simple dotted around with orange, yellow and pinky purple colours. On the can is an image of a girl coloured in orange surrounding her are flowers, oranges and shapes in the other colours. The Superdrug star logo is placed on the top of the can and the relevant information is below that.
The can has an orange plastic see through lid which simply pops off, under this you will find the white aerosol spray button.
For your £1.99 you will be getting 150ml of product.
I usually wash my hair on a daily basis unless I am being lazy so I didn't buy this for the purpose of an inbetween freshen up. I bought this dry shampoo as my hair is quite flyaway and hard to manage yet this helps add a bit of oomph! Yet on the weekend after being involved in a charity event which was organised by my dad I found that I simply didn't have time to wash my hair before heading out again on the sunday so this stuff came in very handy!
I wouldn't say that my hair ever really gets greasy as such, it starts to look dull and lifeless more than anything but I did find that this perked it up no end.
At the moment my hair is dyed bright red so it probably would have made more sense to buy the Chocolate Brownie option of this seeing as it's suited to darker hair but I have had no problems in using this at all.
To use it I tip my head upside down and spray my hair from a distance of around 15 - 20cm's, I can feel the spray hitting my hair but I haven't noticed any massive patches of colour on my hair. At first it looks a little dull but once I have run my fingers through it and teased it into my desired style I think my hair looks great.
It's great for adding a bit of volume to my hair, to do this I spray the top of my hair ie. the roots then I massage my head with my fingers and I can feel my hair plumping up straight away, this is useful if I want to style my hair a certain way, for instance when I have my hair up I don't want it to be flat to my head I like it to have a nice amount of volume, back combing achieves this yet I find that as my hair is quite fine, even vicious back combing soon drops out! This dry shampoo helps greatly with this and overall I am impressed.
My hair feels fresh and clean when using so this stuff must be doing it's job!
From the look of the can I would have expected this to have a very citrusy scent yet whilst I can detect a slight lemony scent the overall scent I think is just a clean one!
I prefer the scent of Spirit of the Carnival which is a more tropical coconuty scent.
I will definatly be buying these again, and I think I will be doing it very soon to take advantage of the great buy one get two free offer.
These available from Superdrug stores and also online at www.superdrug.com.
Thanks for reading :o) x
Ever since buying dry shampoo a few years ago after hearing about it in a magazine, I have sworn by it for keeping my hair looking fresh and clean. I have, like most people used the Batiste dry shampoo for years, but recently discovered that other beauty stores, such as Superdrug, have started to bring out their own Dry Shampoo.
This paticular dry shampoo was around £1.75, which is fantastic value for money in comparison to £2-£3 for Batiste. The design of the bottle was nice and girly, and after a quick spritz in the store, it smelt really nice too. Therefore, I reluctantly walked past the Batiste section and opted for a cheaper, and hopefully just as effective dry shampoo.
I first used this dry shampoo when I was rushing out of the door and needed a quick hair fix to make me look close enough to decent. I quickly sprayed on, and was pleased to find that it didn't leave a white mist on my hair, something I find the Batiste sometimes does do. I then brushed through my hair, and it didn't look any different. So I give it a little bit more, and rushed out of the house. Later in the day, I looked in the mirror, and I was astonished to see that my hair looked just as awful as it did before I sprayed the shampoo. My hair did not smell of anything, therefore it really did look and smell like I hadn't bothered to wash my hair in days. A few days later, when my hair was a little less worse for ware, I tried again. Again, no such luck. It was literally impossible to tell that the Superdrug dry shampoo wasn't just oxygen in a bottle.
I am really disappointed with this dry shampoo and will not be buying it again. I may as well have sprayed fresh air into my hair, there was not a single inch of noticable difference. Cliche, but you do get what you pay for. Not worth the money when you have to purchase the Batiste a few days later.. Stick to what you know.
After using Batiste Dry Shampoo over the years, and my god it's a life saver at times, I thought I would try Superdrug's own make of Dry Shampoo because it was cheaper. Priced at £1.75 compared to £2.99.
The idea is that you spray the product on the roots of your hair and on the underneath roots and massage into the roots for a minute. You then comb your hair to spread the dry shampoo to the ends and voila! your hair looks like it has just been washed and has volume.
I found that Superdrug's own make didn't seem anywhere near as good as Batiste. It gave my hair no volume, didn't make my hair look like it had just been washed (which Batiste does). In fact it left my hair feeling quite flat and boring. The fragrance smelt good in the shop when sprayed in the air but once in the hair I could no longer smell it.
Overall, I was not impressed with this product at all and quite quickly reverted back to the more expensive stuff. They always say you get what you pay for and in this case, that was true.
I really tagged on to the craze of using dry shampoo right from the start and always have a can lying around just in case. If you aren't aware of dry shampoo, it is essentially a shampoo in a can which you spray directly on to the hair as you would hairspray, and it refreshes the hair in between washes and prevents it looking greasy. I found this useful as I am often quite busy, therefore if I have woken up and don't have time for a shower I tend to use these. I try to wash my hair once a day or else it starts to get greasy quite easily, so this is a fantastic product for those with greasy or oily hair. Until recently, I was pretty sure that the only brand available in dry shampoos was Batiste, which is quite famous for their high quality range of products. Unfortunately, they are priced quite highly, so I was over the moon when I came across these from Superdrug.
Superdrug has launched their own branded version of dry shampoo and they are available in a few different shades. I opted for 'Head in the Clouds' for no particular reason, but it looked quite nice and seemed perfect for me. This is available in two different sizes. The first is quite a small size which would be perfect for travelling and trips and this is 50ml and retails at around the £1.00 mark, and the larger 150ml size is around the £1.80 mark. Currently, all of them are on offer for 99p including the larger ones so it is good to wait around for the offers when you buy these. Even still, they are quite cheap at their retail price so I was happy to buy the larger one of these.
It is important that you realise that this dry shampoo is not for thoroughly cleaning your hair, and specifically states that it just refreshes the hair in between washes. It is perfect if you miss a shower or find your hair starting to go greasy, but it will never be to the standard of washing it yourself with shampoo, however it just makes it less flat and greasy and gives some life to it.
To use this is extremely easy, and all you need to do is remove the cap and spray directly on to all areas of the hair, and I try to focus mainly on my roots as this is where your hair gets the greasiest. Try to make sure you get all of the hair and just pat it through if necessary. It comes out just like a normal spray just as hairspray would, and you do not need loads to get a good coverage. Be sure that you pat with your hands and brush through the hair effectively to avoid getting any white or grey marks stuck in the hair.
The first thing I noticed when using this product is that it has a lovely scent to it. I was not sure what to expect of it, but it is quite a fruity, floral scent which is perfect for the upcoming summer and does leave your hair smelling nice and clean. Perhaps not a scent for everyone as it is quite girly, but I found it perfect for me.
I have to say that the results of this were brilliant, and my hair instantly looked much healthier and alive. It does refresh your hair for a good few hours if you are having a bit of a hair disaster and it looked a lot less greasier than originally. Obviously it doesn't work miracles, but it is effective at making your hair look fresher, and I think these would be great and especially handy for short trips such as camping or festival breaks where showers are hard to get. The results do fade quite quickly, and I did have to top mine up after a few hours, but overall I am quite happy with the results even if you get through a can of this quite quickly.
Overall, this is an extremely recommended dry shampoo from Superdrug, and I will definitely repurchase this in the future. It is of the same quality of Batiste products, so why pay more? Only buy this to refresh hair as opposed to washing it completely, but it is great for making your hair look healthier and fresher and reduce the greasiness. Thanks for reading.
I have used dry shampoos off and on for years now, mainly the Batiste brand as it seems to be the most readily available. I have tried other brands but I generally found that they either work less well or are much more expensive. So last summer I was interested to see that Superdrug do their own dry shampoo priced at £1.99 for 150ml, which worked out a little cheaper than Batiste per ml. I bought the "Head in the Clouds" scent as it was the only one in stock.
WHAT THE SHAMPOO CLAIMS TO DO.
I am sure most of you will know what a dry shampoo is. For those that don't I would describe it as a shampoo in the form of an aerosol spray or powder than is used on the hair without the need for water. I have quite fine hair which tends to get greasy quickly on the top while remaining dry at the ends. I often need to wash my hair everyday in order for it to look and feel really fresh. When I am short on time I use a dry shampoo spray to rescue my hair and enable me to skip the occasional wash. I also use them when I am camping and hot water is in scarce supply!
This particular shampoo promises to "refresh dull and lifeless hair between washes", and to leave your hair feeling clean and smelling fresh with "a delicate fragrance."
The shampoo is packaged in an attractive aerosol can, with a bright and colourful flower design on the front. Packaging of hair and body products doesn't matter a lot to me personally, but I think that this one would please those who don't like own-brand products to look too basic and boring. There is no hint as to what sort of fragrance to expect. I presumed it would be floral because of the flowers on the front. In fact I would describe it as more fruity, with a definite and lingering sweetness. In fact it reminds me of tropical fruit juice. I would recommend that you try and test a can in the shop before you buy as it is a distinctive scent and it won't suit everyone. This is especially important as the scent does linger on the hair all day. Of course, this is a good thing if like me you enjoy it! There are other "flavours" available, but I have not tried these.
IS IT EASY TO USE?
I think that dry shampoos as a whole are easy to use and this is no different. You are directed to spray your hair from a distance of 15cm, massage the shampoo in and then brush and style your hair as usual. It is very quick process overall, and I find that one application over my head is enough. I was impressed that this shampoo leaves no white powdery residue on my hair which is a problem I have had using Batiste in the past. The powder does brush out eventually, but I have to spend extra time checking my hair carefully to make sure it is all gone, which cuts down the timesaving aspect. So I found the Superdrug version slightly quicker to use for that reason. The spay makes my hair feel damp when it is first applied but this feeling disappears quickly. My hair doesn't look wet after more than 10 mins so I am confident enough in the product to use it shortly before I go out. Massaging it into the hair is also easy and feels pleasant. Brushing the hair afterwards doesn't take any longer than it normally would either.
DOES IT LIVE UP TO EXPECTATIONS?
The first time I used this, I had washed my hair the previous day but my scalp was starting to look greasy. The ends of my hair were ok but I wanted to freshen my hair in general. I applied the shampoo first thing in the morning and the results were instant. My hair looked like it had been washed which is brilliant considering I had only spent a few minutes on rescuing it! The scalp area did not look greasy and my hair smelt fresh - and fruity. I could detect the fragrance at times throughout the day, right into the evening. Although it smelt strongly when I was applying it, the scent did become much more subtle. Although the shampoo doesn't claim to help give the appearance of increased volume specifically, it certainly has that effect on my hair in a modest way. It certainly didn't look flat anymore. I was happy enough with how my hair looked and felt to delay washing it until that evening. I don't style my hair extensively, so I am not sure if the effects would prove as long lasting if you do. I have since used the spray dozens of times to freshen my hair between washes with the same success. As I don't use it at regular intervals, it is hard to judge how long a can would last. Some weeks I don't use it all, other weeks I may use it twice. I would guess that one can probably lasted about 16 weeks.
Later that summer, I put the shampoo to a tougher test by taking it camping with me. On this occasion I had to miss washing my hair for three days in a row partly due to ill health. I felt and looked awful. My hair was flat, lifeless and definitely in need of freshening. I used the dry shampoo in the usual way but I noticed immediately that the shampoo wasn't going to be as effective this time. My hair did look slightly less greasy but it was still flat and and it did not really feel clean. As I was massaging it in I could feel that my hair was greasy and that didn't change even after a second application. I washed my hair with water as soon as I could and I have to say it was a huge relief. The nice scent of the dry shampoo had been as evident as usual but it did not console me when I could see my hair still looked dull and horrible. I have used Batiste on hair that was almost as bad and I feel that it does a better job of making the hair both look and feel clean, although nothing really replaces a traditional hair wash in my experience.
WOULD I RECOMMEND IT?
I have long ago finished my first can of "Heads in the Clouds" and I have bought several more. I would recommend it for those of you looking for a way to easily and quickly freshen your hair when it is looking a little past its best. Personally, I think it is as good as Batiste in these circumstances. If, on the other hand, you want something to tackle hair that is really greasy, I don't think this would be efffective enough for your needs. It is intended in Superdrugs own words to freshen hair between washes rather than replace hair washing completely, so I think it does well enough at what it is supposed to do. Since I last bought a can, the price has been reduced to just 99p for the same size aerosol, which is even more of a reason to give it a try.
Available in most medium and larger Superdrug stores, where you will find it with the regular shampoos. [Like all of Superdrugs own brand toiletries, this has not been tested on animals. It is BUAV approved - see http://www.buav.org ]
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