A couple months ago, the team at Carol’s Daughter sent me their Monoi Conditioning Dry Shampoo. Now, you’re thinking, “Dude you’re Asian.” That’s right! I also have thick ass hair that typical hairsprays and products don’t work. Not everyone has white people hair. So I jumped at the chance to try Carol’s Daughter’s dry shampoo.
Carol’s Daughter Monoi Conditioning Dry Shampoo Review
I typically wash my hair every other day. It used to be every day but hi, have you met Toddler Spawn?
Carol’s Daughter Monoi Conditioning Dry Shampoo conditions as it cleanses! It smells nice and doesn’t add weight to my hair. Like I said, my hair is already heavy to begin with. More info on the product from their release:
- The reparative Monoi Oil refreshes your scalp and revitalizes your hair
- Natural starch helps hair maintain its natural luster and shine.
- Willow Bark Extract extends your style for a look that lasts.
The other kind of dry shampoo that I have is just powder. It’s white and doesn’t absorb as well. You can still see the white powder on my scalp.
Here’s me – I pulled pieces of hair and aimed about 12-inches away from my head. The dry shampoo comes out strong and targeted so a little goes a long way.
What I ended up getting was a second day of not washing my hair. YASSSS. I bet you could get away with another day or so but I’m a “wash hair every other day”-kind of person.
I was able to last one more day of not washing my hair before I went nuts. I know some friends who will wash their hair once a week. I am not that person. So to be able to last an extra day is AWESOME for me. (For the rest of you lazy asses, you may be able to delay a few more days.)
This can will run you about $22 retail. (Amazon is charging double. Don’t go there.) Head to Carol’s Daughter‘s main website or Ulta. It also comes in two shades – dark and light – this is important since you know, no one has white powdered hair except for Parliament.
Special thanks to the PR team at Carol’s Daughter for sending me a lovely dry shampoo. Throw this can in your bag of tricks. Let me know what you think!
What is your favorite dry shampoo??
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