Today I have a review of the Chia Seed Volumizing Shampoo from Hask that I recently purchased. (Info in italics taken from the Hask website)
Infused with a floral tea scent – Long-lasting Oil Absorption
Free of: sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten and artificial colors. Your ultimate hair care pick-me-up is now easier than lather, rinse and repeat. Skip a wash and extend your style with this lightweight, chia seed infused formula to transform hair from lifeless to voluminous. Ultra-fine rice starch acts quickly to soak up oil, sweat and odour leaving hair big, bouncy and clean. Amping up your beauty routine has never been this easy!
I have three main criteria for evaluating a dry shampoo, the first and most important is does it make my hair look clean. The second is does it make my hair feel clean, and not dry and straw like. And the third and final is the scent, is it mild and pleasant or strong and awful.
So how does the Chia Seed Volumizing Dry Shampoo measure up?
My hair is approximately bra strap length, and is thick and wavy. My hair is normal at the roots, drier at the ends. I mostly use a dry shampoo to get an extra day between washes, so I can go 3 days, before I need to wash my hair if I use dry shampoo after day 2.
It works pretty well to make my hair look and feel clean and add volume. It doesn’t leave a white or grey cast on my dark brunette hair, nor does it make it feel dry or gross. And it doesn’t irritate my scalp like some dry shampoos. Scent-wise, it is mild and pleasant – a floral tea scent – so no complaints there.
I’d like to try some of the other dry shampoos in this line to see how they compare. It is also available in Argan, Coconut, Charcoal and Kalahari Melon – out of which I’d try them all except for Coconut because as you all know, I really dislike coconut scents.
Have you tried this dry shampoo? What is your fave?
Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day!
Disclosure: I purchased this.