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Product Review: Oscar Blandi pronto Dry Shampoo
I stumbled upon Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo on a recent retail therapy trip with my daughter. The back label says: ‘This dry shampoo solves the dilemma of dirty hair without a traditional cleansing process’ which is a dilemma I’ve suffered many times. It goes on to claim ‘Based on lemon verbena for fragrance, your hair will smell and feel clean, free from oil, sweat and buildup in a matter of seconds’, so I decided to give it a try.
At first I thought pronto was a little pricey – around $30 for a 2.5 oz bottle at Sephora. It's $19 + s/h direct from Oscar Blandi. Now that I see how little of the product does the job, I realize this bottle will last a long time, so I think it’s a good buy.
I tried the Dry Shampoo at home a couple times. The first time I used WAY too much of the product, and it was hard to get out of my hair. The directions say:
“Using the point of the cap to separate sections of hair, tilt bottle and lightly squeeze to release product onto the root of each section throughout entire head”It should say DO NOT SQUEEZE bottle!
I tried it again; if you simply run the cap through your hair without squeezing the bottle, work it in with your fingertips and then brush your hair, it works really well. My hair smells clean and is shiny and full like when it’s freshly washed.
Obviously clean smelling hair is not a survival necessity, but over the years I’ve discovered that being clean and comfortable increases my enjoyment and stamina on expeditions. I haven’t tried Oscar Blandi pronto Dry Shampoo in the field yet, so I don’t know if I’ll get that ‘Just washed feeling’ in the wilderness, but you’ll be the first to know!
Re: Product Review: Oscar Blandi pronto Dry Shampoo
I was wodering why you smelled like a lemon marangue pie. George
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