15.5.13

Best Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair - TIGI | Review

I'm sure many of you fellow dark-haired lassies (and lads) know the difficulty in finding suitable dry shampoo; every dry shampoo I've tried has been far too white, grey or light for my hair colour. It was extremely irritating, as my hair becomes greasy after a day and dry shampoo is an absolute necessity in my routine. I gave up hope that one would come out for the blackest of black hair colours, until I tried this guy! I've finally found a dry shampoo that doesn't leave ANY residue or colour in the hair, and genuinely works and does the job well. TIGI's Catwalk Session Series Transforming Dry Shampoo* is €11.70 (£9.95) to buy from Fabriah (lowest price). 
This invisible dry shampoo works wonders for freshening up my second-day hair and instantly absorbs any excess oil at the roots. It's brilliant for creating volume and texture in the hair, in particular when creating quiffs and high styles! It smells nice; quite masculine, yet not overpowering. It doesn't leave ANY off-colour in the hair at all, regardless of how much you apply. It's the only dry shampoo that also just about let's me get away with 3-day hair, which was practically unheard of for me before! The bottle is large; you get 250ml of product and a little bit goes a long way when using so it lasts ages. It's a bit of a pain to carry around in your handbag because of the size, so hopefully TIGI bring out a travel size (if they haven't already). It's the only dry shampoo that I've tried that works for black hair and I'll be sticking to it from now. I can't elaborate much more on the product; it's great, it works and it's invisible - what more do you need!? 

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  1. I've always liked TIGI products though I've never used a dry shampoo like this! My hair is quite dark as well, so I think this one would be perfect :) I tend to workout every day but I don't like washing my hair every day (sorry if that sounds gross but it dries my hair out so badly). This seems perfect for that! Great post!

    XO
    scribblesofvalerie.com

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  2. Its so hard to find good dry shampoo for red/auburn hair! typical irish hair, it just doesn't like any of the ones I try!

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  3. Its so hard to find good dry shampoo for red/auburn hair! typical irish hair, it just doesn't like any of the ones I try!

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  4. I definitely need this in my life, I have black hair and find it so hard to blend in the normal dry shampoo.
    So glad you've found something like this, sounds perfect!

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  5. I always use Batiste dry shampoo but the grey residue is so annoying! I love Tigi products so I might have to have a look for this one :)
    Rachelle x http://inspiredbytheretired.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. That sounds brilliant, effing HATE the way Batiste makes me look like an oul wan.

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  7. I use the Batiste one for Brunette hair and I love it! xxx
    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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  8. We don't have dry shampoo in Korea so I've been looking for a good one to try on ebay!
    Guess I could try this one out :)
    you are always helpful.
    Thanks Leanne!

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  9. The first time I ever experienced Shielo Hair Products (I tried the Smoothing Shampoo first) - it was when my hairstylist used it to wash my hair a few months ago. The first thing I noticed was it's distinct smell which was very pleasing. I left my appointment and went to a party later that night, not thinking again about the product the stylist used. I actually was able to go about three days without washing my hair after that appointment because my hair was clean but not oily.

    Imagine my surprise when multiple times at the party, people asked me what product I used on my hair because it felt so soft and smelled so good!

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  10. Very nice blog post. TIGI products are awesome. I always recommend my clients to use them. Thanks for the review of Dry Shampoo of TIGI.

    Lara Smith
    Hair Stylist Brisbane

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  11. THANKS FOR THE LOVELY COMMENTS! I AM GLAD YOU LIKE THE POST ASWELL! MORE TO COME!
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  12. Just stopping by to recommend the pro naturals argan-oil-made shampoo. It's really good!

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  13. I must be honest, I have a love/hate relationship with Tigi products and that one for me was the worst dry shampoo I ever tried :( I used to wear it when I was brunette and I needed to waste a lot of product until the scalp gets all clean. After a few hours, my hair was feeling not only oily again, but dirty and without shine in the roots.

    My favorite dry shampoo is the one from Klorane. Bad thing = it's expensive and small!

    Now I'm using one from Syoss and it works fine, not awesome but works way much better for me than that D:

    I'm glad it works for you anyway *

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  15. The problem you face for using too much shampoo that is hair loss. Shampoo containing the various elements. But every element is not helpful for hair. The SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate) is injurious to the scalp and is one of the main reasons for hair drop. So do not use excess shampoo to your hair . Use shampoo every 1-2 days but not using excess shampoo. When you use too much shampoo it create too much lather and it thinned your hair. On the other hand using excessive shampoo dry and hares your hair.

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