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Eimi Dry Me Dry Shampoo
WELLA PROFESSIONALS

Eimi Dry Me Dry Shampoo

3.9( 126 Ratings )
Highlights
What It IsCreate volume and a manageable matte texture to achieve your look with Wella EIMI Dry Me Dry Shampoo. Refresh your hair and absorb oil with this formula with tapioca starch. Dry shampoo. Hold level 0.
Ingredients
9 ingredients
Effects
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The Best Kept Secret For Thin Hair
The Best Kept Secret For Thin Hair
The problem with thin hair is that it can be just so difficult to style. Because it is thin, there often isn’t very much to work with - despite never ending backcombing to give it both body and texture. What makes it worse is the fact that thin hair often becomes lank hair due to how greasy it gets. My thin hair gets greasy even though I wash it every day or every other day.   I had always believed that one of the best things you can do for thin hair is to wash and condition it with a good quality shampoo that doesn’t strip hair of its necessary oils with harsh chemicals. Instead, a gentle shampoo and conditioner is the way forward. However, I’ve recently been told of a fantastic hack for thin hair that has really slowed down the speed with which my hair gets greasy as well as giving it that much needed volume.   I was told to try out a dry shampoo and spray that into my roots. Dry shampoo is no new thing, but I was told to spray it into my roots at night time - not in the morning when I get ready for my day. The results have been fantastic and it has meant I can go longer between actual washes and my hair is consequently a lot less greasy and actually has oomph at the roots.   The dry shampoo that I’ve been using is Batiste Blush Dry Shampoo. The largest can, at 400ml lasts for a very long time and will cost around £5. It’s a great product for an impressively low price. There are other fragrances that you can try too if the Blush smell isn’t for you. Plus, the range has also brought out dry shampoos that are better for darker hair as the spray is not as icy white as the regular range.    I’ve also used Wella Professionals Dry Me. It’s an ok product. The packaging is a lot sleeker so looks better on my dressing table, but actually in terms of efficacy of making my hair have more volume, I far prefer Batiste. Plus the price difference cannot be debated either. Wella’s Dry Me is far more expensive and no way near as good. It’s around £10 for a 180ml bottle.   Finally, if you worry about drying out your hair this way, don’t be. I was a little nervous about how parched my hair could become when using this as I would not be using conditioner quite so much, but I’ve found that my ends are just as healthy as they were before.
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Rachel_L
Blush Dry Shampoo Floral & Flirty
Batiste-Blush Dry Shampoo Floral & Flirty
The Best Kept Secret For Thin Hair
The Best Kept Secret For Thin Hair
The problem with thin hair is that it can be just so difficult to style. Because it is thin, there often isn’t very much to work with - despite never ending backcombing to give it both body and texture. What makes it worse is the fact that thin hair often becomes lank hair due to how greasy it gets. My thin hair gets greasy even though I wash it every day or every other day.   I had always believed that one of the best things you can do for thin hair is to wash and condition it with a good quality shampoo that doesn’t strip hair of its necessary oils with harsh chemicals. Instead, a gentle shampoo and conditioner is the way forward. However, I’ve recently been told of a fantastic hack for thin hair that has really slowed down the speed with which my hair gets greasy as well as giving it that much needed volume.   I was told to try out a dry shampoo and spray that into my roots. Dry shampoo is no new thing, but I was told to spray it into my roots at night time - not in the morning when I get ready for my day. The results have been fantastic and it has meant I can go longer between actual washes and my hair is consequently a lot less greasy and actually has oomph at the roots.   The dry shampoo that I’ve been using is Batiste Blush Dry Shampoo. The largest can, at 400ml lasts for a very long time and will cost around £5. It’s a great product for an impressively low price. There are other fragrances that you can try too if the Blush smell isn’t for you. Plus, the range has also brought out dry shampoos that are better for darker hair as the spray is not as icy white as the regular range. Batiste - Blush Dry Shampoo Floral & Flirty   I’ve also used Wella Professionals Dry Me. It’s an ok product. The packaging is a lot sleeker so looks better on my dressing table, but actually in terms of efficacy of making my hair have more volume, I far prefer Batiste. Plus the price difference cannot be debated either. Wella’s Dry Me is far more expensive and no way near as good. It’s around £10 for a 180ml bottle.WELLA PROFESSIONALS - Eimi Dry Me Dry Shampoo   Finally, if you worry about drying out your hair this way, don’t be. I was a little nervous about how parched my hair could become when using this as I would not be using conditioner quite so much, but I’ve found that my ends are just as healthy as they were before.
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Rachel_L
Blush Dry Shampoo Floral & Flirty
Batiste-Blush Dry Shampoo Floral & Flirty
😠 Say No To This
😠 Say No To This
I have mid length medium thickness hair that is oily at the root and prone to dryness at the ends I followed the bottle directions and sprayed it on and then brushed it into my hair, and it did make the overall oily look go away However I do not love the feel of my hair with this product on it. It’s almost, I’d have to say, gooey. It’s weird! My hair also tangles with this dry shampoo The scent is very mild unlike some I’ve tried I wanted to love this, but it just didn’t work for me
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jessicaaa.bel
Eimi Dry Me Dry Shampoo
WELLA PROFESSIONALS-Eimi Dry Me Dry Shampoo