HASK Dry Shampoo

HASK Dry Shampoo in CoconutI have to admit, I’ve never been a fan of dry shampoo. I love the idea (who wouldn’t want to extend their hairstyle?) but I’ve never found one that I liked. They always seem to have an overbearing, artificial scent and for a product that’s supposed to make my hair look cleaner, I’ve always found it to be the opposite. I was a bit hesitant to try the HASK Dry Shampoo but I’ve had so much luck with HASK’s hair products in the past that I decided to try it. I’m so happy I did because this has completely changed my opinion of dry shampoos.

The new HASK Dry Shampoo is available at Ulta and it comes in four different scents, all coordinated with their hair care collections to give you different results. If you’re a fan of argan oil, there’s the HASK Argan Oil Dry Shampoo. The Charcoal Purifying Dry Shampoo uses charcoal powder to absorb oil and if you want extra volume, check out the Chia Seed Volumizing Dry Shampoo. I decided to try the Monoi Coconut Dry Shampoo since the HASK Coconut Oil collection is my favorite.

HASK Monoi Coconut Dry ShampooThe HASK Dry Shampoo has completely changed my opinion of dry shampoos. First, I love the scent of the Coconut Dry Shampoo. It smells amazing, like a tropical vacation, and as much as I love it I also love that the scent fades quickly and doesn’t linger. With most dry shampoos, I feel that they make my hair feel heavy and look too matte, like they make my hair look dirtier instead of freshening it up. The HASK Dry Shampoo is totally different. It absorbs oil quickly and makes my hair look lighter and cleaner. I usually go about two days between washings but I’ve been using this on the third day and I’ve actually gotten several comments on how good my hair looked! If you’ve never found a dry shampoo you liked, or even if you have one that you love, definitely check this one out, it’s so nice!

Are you a dry shampoo fan?

-Molly

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