Welcome to my review of the Girlz Only range of dry shampoos.
What: Girlz Only Haircare dry shampoo
Where From?: Target Australia’s beauty section
How Much?: A bargain at just $3 each or two for $5 – by far the cheapest dry shampoo I’ve come across.
Here’s my hair before application. I haven’t washed it for the last 4 days, so it is quite sweaty at the roots and is hanging rather lankly. There are the remnants of a bit of hairspray and setting lotion in my hair from a few days ago. Note that my hair strands are fine, but I have a lot of them.
There’s 5 or 6 different dry shampoos in this range, with different scents. I’ve chosen to try the one marketed as being “for light & blonde hair”. The scent is nothing to remark on: it doesn’t smell particularly nice or bad – just faintly like medicated shampoo.
This is an aerosol can, and I sprayed the product onto the roots of my hair along my hairline and part, lifting my hair at the roots with my fingers as I did so. As you can see, the spray came out in a blonde tone that was visible on my slightly darker hair, but I have yet to brush it, so I’m not worried.
The result is surprisingly good for the price. My hair feels less greasy and looks smoother and fresher. It smells cleaner, too. I have to say that I prefer the scents of some other dry shampoos on the market, but for this price, I’ll definitely be using this range of dry shampoos for after work and the gym.