Hello! Since moving counties and switching water types, my hair is getting greasier faster than it used to, which of course my lazy little self hates. I have been reaching for the Paul Mitchell Dry Wash Waterless Shampoo a lot lately to cheat a lie-in in the morning.
Paul Mitchell Dry Wash Waterless Shampoo
Dry formula instantly leaves hair looking and feeling freshly washed with a clean scent. Powerful directional spray refreshes and revives lifeless hair while extending the life of your style. Ultra-fine, colorless formula leaves no residue; ideal for all hair types and colors.
• Helps styles last days longer.
• Absorbs excess oils to add fullness and texture at the roots.
• Allows for less shampooing, which results in longer-lasting hair color without the fade.
Since discovering dry shampoos just a few years ago I’ve made my way through a few of them; Batiste, VO5, Lee Stafford, Tresemme and THIS ONE. What do they all have in common?
*Countdown clock ticks down*
They’re all high street of course! Did you get that?
The Paul Mitchell Dry Wash Waterless Shampoo is my first high end dry shampoo. I’ve loved pretty much everything I have tried from Paul Mitchell in the past so my expectations were high to say the least.
From the first use, I could immediately tell the difference. It’s not like a typical dry shampoo that feels noticeably heavy and powdery from the first spritz; it feels a helluva lot lighter and more refreshing on my hair. To me, this is the love child of a dry shampoo and a hair refresher. It isn’t able to tackle the serious week-old hair that could supply grease to McDonalds for a week (I know, I’m a proper greb sometimes!), but it does give my three day old hair a noticeable refresh with some bounce and volume – it stops my hair sticking to my head and giving my grebby game away.
What I love about this offering from Paul Mitchell is that it doesn’t irritate my scalp, it doesn’t leave any telltale white marks and it doesn’t give me my own mini snowstorm like Olaf from Frozen. I do have to point out that if you simply spray this on the hair and do not massage and brush through, you will be left with white marks – even I’m not that lazy *side eyes*.
At £15.99, it is quite the jump from the high street prices most are used to. However, this bottle is a giant compared to some of the high street offerings (it’s huge!) and it’s still going strong after about 3 months with weekly usage. I would definitely buy it again in the future. Oh Paul Mitchell, what would my hair do without you?
Do you use dry shampoos to cheat extra time in bed?