L'oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay Dry Shampoo Review

October 04, 2018


I've been bleaching my hair for over 10 years now, so without any doubt, my hair is damaged and dry. Dry shampoo is essential to me as a good hair treatment because 1) I don't want to further dry out my hair from frequent washing and 2) I travel a lot! In Asia it's super humid so your hair gets greasy and sweaty every day. During my Hong Kong adventures, I bought along with me the L'oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay dry shampoo and it been a pleasure!

Boots £3.99
At first, I was turned off by the scent because it has like a "clean ocean" scent, I personally prefer floral ones. Besides the scent, I absolutely adore this product and have been using it religiously for a good month. At the moment this is my favourite dry shampoo because it does a really good job of absorbing the oils without leaving my hair feeling super dry! Some dry shampoos absorb the oils in the mid-end section as well, which I'm not a fan of because it leaves my hair feeling crunchy, ew! 


I just exposed my extension track for this review lol but I wanted to try show you guys how fine it sprays out. The fine powder is lightweight, doesn't leave gritty residue and there's no a grey cast on my black roots. Which I loveeee! 

However, since the powder is so fine you do need to spray out little more compared to other ones like Batiste.


It makes my hair happy, clean and volumised~

Pros:
- The small can is great for travelling
- No residue
- No white case
- No crunchy/straw-like texture after
- Clean and volumised results

Cons:
- I don't like the scent! Please make another variation :c
- You need to spray more compared to other ones

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