I feel like I've tried every brand out there, but this one is a great bargain. It keeps my hair soft and healthy without weighing it down. I like to use it with Suave Professionals Rosemary + Mint Conditioner for a clean wash without any residue. Keeps me flake free and my wallet happy.
Review for: Not Your Mother's Clean Freak Tapioca Dry Shampoo
This is probably the only dry shampoo I'll ever use. It does have a bit of white residue in the spray, but so long as you brush and style, you can mask it. Typically I wash my hair every two days, so this is a must for me. I recommend using the night before to completely absorb excess oils without looking clumpy.
This is a great mask to use the day after or right after any sort of drying mask, such as a charcoal purifying mask. It's a jelly like texture that's cools when it goes on, and washes off clean. I love most that it really calms my skin down, which is great as I'm prone to redness. Not too expensive, but will definitely cost a little bit more.
These are my favorite wipes (from what is probably my favorite brand). Easy on my skin, but still gets every piece of dirt, every flake of mascara, even my long lasting mattes come right off. They leave my skin feeling super refreshed, they're not oily, and they're budget friendly. Easy to take traveling and easy to get when on the road!
THIS GUY. This is a bomb mask, and I'd love to go all five stars here, but when I use it more than two or three times a month I break out. It's mild and clears up very quickly, but still. All the same, I love that I really can see a firming to my skin, plus it doesn't smell super chemically. Truth be told, I'll buy just about any peel-off mask, and this is one of my all time faves. I'd totally get it again, but the price is just a little much for my budget.
Tito's kept me alive during college and will continue to power the rest of my adulthood. My preferred brand doesn't have a large distribution, so Tito's is my go-to for a more well known label. Goes down smoothly and doesn't make me make that "Eh oh god face".