|Etude House OMG! Dry Shampoo (50 ml) PHP 448|
Living in a tropical country; I have to deal with oily skin, sweating and an occasionally greasy scalp all year round. Aside from that I try to workout almost everyday, which results in me washing my hair everyday too of course. It's pretty much impossible for my roots to not get oily if I skip washing my hair for a day. I know most people use dry shampoos mainly because they only wash their hair occasionally since washing the hair everyday isn't good, but don't you feel like it's a waste if you have your hair blow dried or curled (or even just a good hair day) then have to wash it the following morning? Well I do! If it's still clean and still looks good, then why not? I needed a dry shampoo for me to use before I head out then just wash my hair as soon as I get home.
I first heard of dry shampoos from "beauty gurus" on YouTube about a year ago. I was completely new to the idea and thought it's a great product for everyone to own. Some of the popular brands that I came across are Batiste, Klorane, Psssssst, and more; which all weren't available in the Philippines yet. During my visit to Canada at the beginning of 2012, I got myself the Lush No Drought dry shampoo which comes in powder form and is packaged in a bottle which was a hassle until I eventually stopped using it. Just recently, I found out that Etude House and Tony Moly both have their own versions of dry shampoo, and that Digital Traincase distributes the Klorane Dry Shampoo!
|Would I repurchase this? I think it's a great dry shampoo and does the job, although I'm still curious about all the hype on the Klorane Dry Shampoo. I found out last night that Digital Traincase restocked and I'm planning to pay them a visit tomorrow to get my hands on it before it runs out again!|
What's your favorite dry shampoo?
Etude House (Philippines)
Locations: http://etudehouse.ph/slist.aspx (I got mine from the SM Megamall branch)