Soap & Glory Rushower Dry Shampoo

Soap & Glory Rushower Dry Shampoo | Essential Twenty

Is it weird that I love washing my hair? I feel like a lot of people complain about the arduous task, but I love doing it. Maybe it’s because I tie my hair up every day for work so don’t have to worry about what it looks like, but who knows. Despite loving a good lather in my hair, I know it’s not great to strip my hair of its natural oils every single day so I use dry shampoo on day three hair. I spotted Boots were offering the new Soap & Glory Rushower Dry Shampoo for an introductory price of £3 back in April and for that price, it was worth a shot.

You know back in the day when Soap & Glory only had the one scent – Signature Pink. This is that scent which I personally much prefer over most of the others – especially over Sugar Crush (which seems to be everyone’s fave). The scent is fresh which is perfect for a dry shampoo.

When applied to the hair, the spray absorbs excess oil and dries invisible, and touch-release technology allows the scent to be released when you run your fingers through it. Although I’m definitely not convinced by that second claim.

Soap & Glory Rushower Dry Shampoo | Essential Twenty

Whilst, yes, the spray does a good job and making your hair appear fresher, if you spray too much it does leave a white cast. This is easily dispersible and can be brushed out, but this is definitely something to be aware of. In terms of the scent, it really didn’t last long. I tested this touch-release technology four hours after applying the Soap & Glory Rushower dry shampoo and I couldn’t smell anything. But I don’t always want scent in my hair all day which is why I’m never fussed about picking up scented dry shampoos.

This isn’t my number one dry shampoo, but it’s not bad. I’ll always go back to my beloved Toni & Guy Dry Shampoo until I find something better, but I definitely love trying out new dry shampoos. Plus, this Soap & Glory Rushower Dry Shampoo isn’t that much cheaper for a product that underperforms in comparison.

If this was on offer, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy it again. But I personally think that the dry shampoo collection from Colab is far better and also a lot cheaper! This isn’t bad, it’s just not worth the price difference between this and Colab in my opinion.

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