Monday, 12 January 2015

Herbal Essences Clearly Naked Dry Shampoo



 
 
Clearly naked? Clearly NOT a dry shampoo!
I don't tend to do negative reviews that often. Not because I don't like to ( who doesn't like a good moan?), but because I normally do some research when I'm parting with my cash and find out before hand what's good and what's not. This customary routine went out the window when I had run out of dry shampoo and I casually added this to my online basket while shopping for groceries at Tesco.
 
I've tried many dry shampoo's in the past from your budget friendly Batiste to your more expensive salon ranges, and all have served their purpose well. Some (like Batiste) do leave a white cast but it's not something that bothers me too much and easily rectified with a bit of vigorous brushing.
 
Herbal Essences Clearly Naked it Paraben and colourant free so no white marks are left in the hair after use, and this is the case. It works, nothing is left in the hair. NOTHING!
I was under the impression that a dry shampoo was meant to absorb excess oil, yes?  Well Herbal Essences clearly didn't get that memo and made an aerosol that squirted compressed air with a fresh fruity fragrance!
I used this on two day hair and even one day hair and it didn't make the slightest bit of difference. It did nothing, nada, zilch, didily squat. Time to run out and get some Batiste me thinks!
 
Have you tried this? How have you got on with it?
 

10 comments:

  1. Tried it, hated it, binned it. Alice xx

    Anniewritesbeauty.co.uk

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    1. Haha, glad I'm not the only one who thought it was pants! lol xx

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  2. Oh wow! Such a shame it doesn't work at all. I just bought Orange one and still didn't tried so now I'm getting scared. Hate when product doesn't work 😞

    Dovile
    Http//www.dovilefashion.co.uk

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    1. The orange one may be different? Let me know how you get on. :) Xx

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  3. Wouldn't try as I don't like the shampoo or conditioners, they do nothing whatsoever for my hair x

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  4. I was looking at this last time I was shopping in Tesco, Glad I didn't buy it. I use a brand from Tesco called Girlz Only, it's £1.50 and it honestly does the job and is perfect to keep in your bag as it's just so cheap and it has a few different scents too! Shame about this :(

    http://kimberley-xxx.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. What is your favourite dry shampoo? I need recommendations...so close to buying this and I'm glad I didn't. I hate when products turn out to be like this one was for you. Anyway...i love your pictures and your blog <3

    Love Charlotte xxx
    scarletslippers.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. I make my own DIY dry shampoo so I have not tried this product but it sounds like they really need to make some changes to the formula if it isn't absorbing oil like it should be

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  7. i havent tried it. My favourite is always the batiste one for blonde hair as when my route show through it does a good job at disguising them for a bit longer as well as being a dry shampoo! or the tropical on is my second favourite by them it smells so nice!x

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