Friday, April 27, 2012
Review: Dove Fresh + Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo
You probably will not see a huge selection of brands with an extension of their own right now, but there are a few forward-thinking drugstore brands that have put some dry shampoos on the shelves already. Some of them include Suave, TRESemmé, and Dove. Of course, you can also try the more expensive brands like Bumble and Bumble, but I look to dry shampoo as a convenient alternative to hair washing, which means an affordable price.
I have previously tried the TRESemmé dry shampoo and I can't say that it's my favourite, but it does give my hair a refreshing scent. In all honesty, my hair feels pretty gross by the end of the day and I seriously consider never using it again.
I started hearing really good things about the Dove version, so I decided to give it a try. If I were to rate this product based on size, price, and performance (both look and feel), I would give it a 9. It has a really nice, feminine smell, makes your hair feel lighter and its regular price is only $6. I got it on sale for around $3. You can't go wrong with $3.
Or so I thought. I used this baby a total of two times before the can was empty. At first, I thought that the can was damaged, but then I did some research and discovered that many other people have had this problem. Here are some YouTube comments from warmvanillasugar0823's channel.
I do not appreciate having to wonder where my product went after only two uses. This shouldn't even be a concern unless it's a tester. And for that reason, I give this product a 0 on a scale of 1-10. Hopefully, Dove takes this highly important concern into consideration and fixes the problem. Until then, I might as well stick with simple baby powder.