Where I got it: I got this from my local Countdown for $8.99 while there were having a Club Card special ($2.20 off). My local Farmers doesn’t seem to stock this range for some reason and they are not available from Pak n Save as well.
What I got: This is a 150ml can of the L’Oréal Paris Extraordinary Clay Dry Shampoo. Experience the cleansing power of clays in Extraordinary Clay Dry Shampoo. Our 1st dry shampoo for oily, fine hair is infused with 3 Refined Clays to absorb oil at the root and instantly refresh hair between shampoos for clean-feeling, lightweight hair with no visible residue.
How I find it: I have dry, frizzy ends and oily roots so usually after I wash my hair, I like to use a defrizz serum or a hair oil. Therefore my second-day hair feels and looks the best. But by the 3rd day, my roots start to get greasy and hair feels heavy as well. I usually start using a dry shampoo on the 3rd day. This dry shampoo smells nice and doesn’t leave a white powdery residue on my dark brown/black hair. When I spray the product in my hair, I can see how it mattifies my roots slightly but when I brush it out, it doesn’t seem to do much in terms of absorbing the oils from my hair. I either need a lot more product or that this thing doesn’t work as good as I expected. It doesn’t give leave a gritty feeling on my hair though which is nice and it doesn’t weigh my roots down so much like a lot of other dry shampoo does.
Overall: Overall, not too impressed with the effectiveness of this dry shampoo, I think it probably has quite a high alcohol content but not enough active ingredients to absorb the oil from my hair, therefore it has a lovely cool feeling on the roots and minimal powdery residue and it doesn’t weigh my hair down. However, it defeats the purpose of using a dry shampoo I reckon… Now I just use it on second-day hair for a quick refresher and a gentle fragrance to the hair, but will not rely on this to give me a fresh hair look on 3rd day hair.