Today, I will be reviewing the L’Oreal Paris Express Refresh Invisible Dry Shampoo. The only dry shampoo I have used before this one was the Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo. I found the product quite inefficient and I have wanted to try a good dry shampoo ever since. Also, since summer is back, and I see my hair becoming limp and oily within two days of wash, I bought this dry shampoo to my hair’s rescue. Read on to know if this is any impressive or not.
- Instant clean.
- Leaves no residue.
- Gives you fresh hair for 24H.
- Gives a volume kick.
My Take on L’Oreal Studio Express Refresh Invisible Dry Shampoo:
I picked this dry shampoo as soon as I saw because I have always had a good feeling about L’Oreal’s styling products and products from their salon and professional range. The smell of the dry shampoo reminds me of a deodorant I used from Dove. It is more on the fruity side and does not linger for long.
The first time I sprayed it on my two-day-old oily hair, I was shocked to see that this did absolutely nothing. I thought I might have sprayed too much, and used it a few days later again. This time too, there was not a speck of difference. I tried using it one last time on different sections of my hair in whatever way I could, and noticed to my horror that this is an absolute dud from L’Oreal.
The product was clearly and evidently not working. L’Oreal might have mistaken a deodorant or a hair spray for a dry shampoo. Really!
What does this product even do? Nothing. Neither does it cleanse my hair, nor does it revitalize it. I just feel I load my hair with more residue by using this.
Every time I am disappointed with a product, I find some way to finish it up. With this, I’ve lost hope that I can figure out a way to use it (or should I use it as a room freshener? Doesn’t work that way either).
It does not add any amount of volume to the hair and it in fact made my hair wet and limp. When I first sprayed it and noticed my hair become wet, I thought it would dry out within a minute, it didn’t! It remains wet and untidy, making hair look even worse.
Pros of L’Oreal Studio Express Refresh Invisible Dry Shampoo:
Cons of L’Oreal Studio Express Refresh Invisible Dry Shampoo:
- Makes hair wet and limp.
- Adds no volume.
- Does not cleanse hair.
- Does not have any effect on oily hair.
- Does not live up to any of its claims.
- Available only at salons.
I thought I was a generous person until I was asked to rate this product. Nobody can give it more than zero stars. It is such a let-down from the company. Extremely disappointed. Stay a mile away from this if you happen to find it. I want my money back!
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