My New Dry Shampoo Obsession | Hask Argan Dry Shampoo
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My new dry shampoo obsession is Hask Argon Dry Shampoo. What's so special about this stuff that I am willing to use the oft overused word, "obsessed?" Well, it's just that freaking good.
My hair doesn't get super oily, any more but it does, a couple of days after being washed appreciate a freshening up with a good dry shampoo. Ultra fine rice starch is the secret to absorbing the light oil and restoring my hair's natural body and bounce. I don't get that undesirable white or grey cast and when I run my fingers through my hair, I can barely feel any product, it feels clean and silky soft. Argan oil bumps up my shine and makes my hair look and feel swishy-smooth. Hask Argan Dry Shampoo has a gentle, citrus-y scent that makes my hair smell fresh but the fragrance isn't overbearing and it doesn't compete with my perfume.
One more advantage that Hask Argan Dry Shampoo has over other dry shampoos that I have used, including my up-until-recently-favorite is that it can be used more than once and my hair still doesn't feel overly stiff or sticky and still doesn't get that white cast.
Butane, Propane, SD Alcohol 40-B, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Cyclopentasiloxane, Fragrance/Parfum (Fragancia).
There are five flavors of Hask Dry Shampoo. There is the Argan and Coconut for dry hair, Charcoal Purifying for oily, Chia Seed Volumizing to pump up body for fine/thin hair and Kalahari Melon for colour treated tresses.
I really am obsessed with this dry shampoo and I recommend it. Have you tried any of the Hask dry shampoos? If you want to try, you can find Hask at Ulta Beauty and at the Hask site.
Hask hair care is cruelty free. This dry shampoo is also free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten and artificial colours.