Lush – No Drought Dry Shampoo

No Drought

Ed’s note: This post was written by Contributing Editor, Kate Derrick.

Brand: Lush.

Product: No Drought Dry Shampoo.

Price: $13.50 from Lush stores or online. And the bottle lasts ages.


Why We Love It: I’m super excited to have found a cruelty-free dry shampoo.

A dry shampoo is a must for me, otherwise I find myself washing my hair daily. No Drought does a great job. Just puff some of the powder in your hands then apply to your roots. No Drought absorbs the excess oil and also gives a bit of volume. Be sure to comb it through though so you don’t end up with patches of white in your hair. For me I use one good puff of No Drought like so:

Actually this was a little too much.

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Five Faves for February


1) No Drought Dry Shampoo by Lush. I use this about four times a week – every week. It’s a lifesaver. And the most cost effective dry shampoo I’ve come across (short of using bicarb soda or baby powder).

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De Lorenzo – Absorb dry shampoo

Emma Salkild's review of De Lorenzo's dry shampoo

Once upon a time my fine hair needed daily washing. Until I discovered shampoo in a tin. Whoa mama – my life was transformed! Maybe that’s a slight exaggeration but it did mean more time for me. And when people say life’s too short to be washing your hair everyday … yadda yadda yadda – I agree.

Brand: De Lorenzo – Absorb 

Price: It’s exxy. I paid $19.50 at my salon. Try online at Hair Booth and Buy Hair Direct  but check shipping costs.  Continue reading