Sunday, 13 January 2013
I'll Be Your Dirty Little Secret
Ah to be Kate Moss, covering magazines and ad campaigns the world over, and when she's not doing that she is partying - HARD. This is why Ms Moss will always have a place in my heart, her whole look and vibe it very effortless. For the most part looking effortless means exactly the opposite, but I am always on the look out for products that take less effort but still give a great result.
Let us all kneel down at the altar of dry shampoo. Now myself and Batiste go way back, ok? And I never want to leave Batiste Tropical for another, but surely it is ok for a girl to stray now and again? Albeit for a sleeker, more expensive and grungier can. The product in question is from the TIGI Rockaholic range, and is called Dirty Secret, which does bring a giggle to my lips. I picked up my can from Watt Brothers for £6.99, which seemed a bit pricey in comparison to Batiste, but I let that slide. I had never tried a more upmarket dry shampoo before so I was keen to try it out. I really love this as it has a really clean citrus scent, and doesn't leave too much of a powder build up as some dry shampoos can! I like to use this on both dirty and clean hair. As I have mentioned before my hair is fine, and dry shampoo is a way that I give my hair a bit of body if it's sitting a bit flat once it has been blow-dried.
This is the song I have in my head while using this dry shampoo: watch the video here
I should mention that I googled this product while reviewing it as I wanted to see where it was available online, there were a few stockists, some had it cheaper than I had purchased it for. I didn't want to link them on my blog though as I hadn't used the sites myself.
What is your favourite dry shampoo? Do you think higher priced dry shampoos are worth the money?