Frugal Snob: Tresemme Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo

Frugal Snob

I can’t live without dry shampoo. My hair is so thin that if I didn’t break out of my habit of washing it everyday I was going to go bald before the age of 40 (especially because more often than not I also have my hair up in a tight ponytail…bad, very bad…). Unfortunately when you work out pretty much every day and your hair gets gross and sweaty that’s hard to do. I’ve been a fan of Oscar Blandi’s dry shampoo (at Ulta for $11) for years, but a lot of people find that it ends up looking like they dropped some flour on their head – which is what happens if you apply too much too fast or have very dark hair. A F/W 2014 NYFW favorite that recently launched in drugstores, Tresemme Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo (on drugstore.com for $6.09), offers not only a more affordable alternative, but one that is more compatible with people in a rush/of all hair colors. For my blonde hair I still prefer Blandi’s powder and I like the smell of it better too, but it’s hard to argue with the appeal of a $6 spray that you don’t need a mirror for. Just spray it and work it a little through your hair and it will instantly work to absorb oil. I wouldn’t suggest doing this more than two days in a row, but it will def buy you an extra day before having to wash your hair!

One thought on “Frugal Snob: Tresemme Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo

  1. I agree yet i have not tried any dry shampoo ever my hair ia not as thick and full as it used too cause i have to be bombshell blond. So trying this product!

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