Saturday, 11 August 2012

TONI&GUY Dry Shampoo



One of the newest additions to the stylish and suave brand TONI&GUY is the Dry Shampoo from the new Cleanse & Nourish collection. I have become a recent addict to dry shampoo as they are such convenient little products which not only save you time but also absorb grease and natural oils,  leaving my hair looking and feeling wonderfully fresh and clean after a few spays of the product. TONI&GUY Dry Shampoo (A$15.99) is housed in a huge 250mL spray can which is reminiscent of typical chunky hair sprays. Surprisingly, the dry shampoo comes out clear, so I never need to worry about waiting for any white residues to disappear. Another great thing about this dry shampoo is that the mist features a beautiful fragrant scent from a blend of creamy vanilla, smooth woods and soft musk. There are also hints of ginger and bold sensuous rose to provide an uplifting sense. Now, the price tag may seem pricey for dry shampoo, however, the fact that the formula goes on clear and that the scent is so much more than just amazing, I think this product is well and truly worth trying out!      

In addition to the new Cleanse & Nourish range by TONI&GUY, there are also collections from the Prep, Classic, Casual, Creative, Glamour and Men collections available at Woolworths, Coles, Priceline and Big W. To view the entire range you can visit the following site here.

 Have you tried using dry shampoo before?
 
xx Rose 


Product was provided for consideration only. This review is 100% based on my own thoughts and opinions. I am not affiliated with TONI & GUY and did not receive remuneration to post this product review. 

3 comments:

  1. I'm on the hunt for a new dry shampoo so I hope I can pick this up! Thanks for the review!

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    1. It's definitely worth checking out as it really is unique in scent and formulation.

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  2. I always use dry shampoo! it’s great for those in between days isn’t it? I find it helps when putting my hair up too, gives it a bit more texture. I usually get Fudge or Tigi from Hairtrade as that is the cheapest place you can get it at the moment x

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