Aussie® Total Miracle 7n1 Dry Shampoo
Great for oily, flat locks in need a miraculous makeover. So you can clean up nice (and fast!)
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So much for skipping a hair wash today. >.<
As for effectiveness. Err, my hair isn't awful, so... then again, its not great either. If it didn't stink, I'd allow myself to be seen in public I suppose.
But, this is the first and absolute last time I use this product, I don't care if it washes my hair, my car, and takes the dog for a walk. This cloying odor won't even let me go nose blind. Its turning my stomach. Might be an effective diet plan, since my appetite is demolished today. Blech!
Be warned, if you want to try this product - you remember those sratch and sniff stickers from the 80s and 90s? Well, Aussie has captured that and bottled it. If you want to walk around smelling like a scratch-n-sniff grape candy, by all means, try this. Me? I'm going back to the soothing aroma of Biosilk. I don't care if it does cost more. This is nasty. What an aggravating waste of $$$.
On a side note, this is the 1st Aussie product I utterly abhor (yes, this smell really bothers me a lot. Can you tell?) I've been loving their 3min miracle for years. That roo wreaks, but by the time you rinse it out, you're good to go. :-)
Normally I do like Aussie products however this one was a dud. The scent of the product smells terrible. It's very artificial and it stays in your hair. It made me very nauseated. The dry shampoo itself did not help with the greasiness of my hair and left a white residue which was very visible with my black roots. If you're looking for an affordable dry shampoo look somewhere else.
I had to purchase this as an emergency when I ran out of my usual Batiste, and I was quite happy with it. Removes dirt and oil, brushes out easily and doesn't overweigh my hair. A good choice, especially over other drugstore brands.
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