LUSH SERIES: No Drought

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Price: $6.95 CAD / $13.95 CAD
Size: 55g / 130g

INGREDIENTS
Corn Oil:
This ingredient contains omega-6 and omega-9 fats which work to lock water inside your hair which aids to prevent drying giving you stronger hair
Talc:
Talc is commonly found in powders like baby powder, it works to absorb excess moisture and oils on the skin and hair. 

SMELL
The smell is quite nice and not overpowering. It reminds me a lot of summer time as it carries a light citrus scent that is a mix between lime and grapefruit. The smell is definitely one I do prefer over other dry shampoos that I have tried in the past. 

PACKAGING
Sadly this is where the product goes down hill, I am going to be honest and say that I was not a fan of the packaging. It was a bottle with a flip top cap which makes controlling the amount of product that comes out almost impossible. Also when you initially open up the flip top a puff of powder will come out which does make a tiny mess. When you are trying to tap out the product it is quite random as to how much is going to fall out, sometimes it is a lot sometimes little to nothing. I would say the packaging has to be blamed for the mess it creates. As a side note though, since it is not an aerosol can it is quite travel friendly.  

PRODUCT
In comparison to my experience with other dry shampoos this product does not sit at a good spot on the list. Besides the packaging I found that its ability to absorb oil and grease was only about 40 – 50% out of second day hair. However I still felt that my hair was a little oily and greasy following quite a bit of product. As of application I found it a little difficult to apply the product precisely. I used 3 methods:
1. Pouring the product onto my hand and then applying it to the roots. 
2. Dusting the product directly onto my scalp.
3. Pouring the product onto my hand and using a big fluffy brush to dust it into my roots. 
I found that the third method was the best as there was the least amount of mess and a little more precision as of product placement. 
On the brighter side I personally did not find too much residue or white overcast in my roots after working the product in. Also due to its subtle citrus scent it was not overwhelming and obvious that I was using dry shampoo. This product does however create texture for you to work with but only gives you a small amount of volume. Overall the product is mediocre in my opnion as it was not as effective as I would have hoped but it did carry a fresh scent that was subtle and did not scream out that I was using product in my nasty hair. 

MY HAIR TYPE (for your reference)
I have very fine hair which has been coloured (warm ash brown); therefore I must opt for a lighter product, as heavier products will weigh down my hair, making it appear flatter and less volumized than it already was. The length of my hair is about 2 inches past my shoulders and is currently healthy with little to no split ends. Lastly, my hair is relatively normal as it is not oily or dry.

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