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November 17, 2011

Salon Graffix Invisible Dry Shampoo

“Sometimes there are just not enough hours in a day,” to wash your hair! Between going to the gym before work, picking up the dry cleaning on your way home, stopping at the grocery store, cooking dinner and running all sorts of other errands, who has time to properly shampoo, condition, blow dry and style their hair on a daily basis? For most, not being able to wash their hair everyday is not a big deal. In fact washing your hair too often can damage your hair long-term, destroying the roots and making it very dry and brittle. However some people still feel the need to shampoo daily (some even twice daily!) because their hair develops an oily appearance over time, loses its volume and even begins to smell. Granted there are few substitutes for a hot shower on a dreary morning, after a workout or at the end of a long day; but there is an alternative for those constantly on-the-go to always look their best, even when “time is of the essence.”

Dry shampoos, which usually have a base of talc, cornstarch, potato, or rice, soak up rather than wash away sebum. Then when you brush the powder out of your hair, you also brush away the grungy appearance. Because dry shampoos do not rid your hair of as much sebum, you can safely use them once or several times between traditional washings. In the past dry shampoos, although effective, would leave behind an undesirable white powdery residue. Then these products evolved and started to come in a variety of colors to match your hair. This innovation seemed groundbreaking at the time; however a common problem when applying these products is they would leave black or brown powder all over your forehead, shoulders, counter top and bathroom floor. You might as well have just taken a shower! It is with this in mind that I present to you the next generation in dry shampoo technology.

Salon Grafix new Invisible Dry Spray Shampoo will leave your hair feeling clean and refreshed without the residue. Great for all hair types and styles, Salon Grafix Invisible Dry Spray Shampoo goes on clean and clear, with no visible powder left behind. When applied, the new invisible formula quickly absorbs the oily buildup on your scalp giving you a refreshed look in a fraction of the time of a traditional shampooing. By simply spraying it in your hair and brushing it out, your hair will look and feel rejuvenated. Salon Grafix new invisible formula also neutralizes odors, making it the perfect middle man in between showers to keep your hair looking, and smelling fantastic! Salon Grafix ( is dedicated to bringing you the finest salon quality hair care products for a modest price. Their Invisible Dry Spray Shampoo retails for $7.99 and can be purchased at all major drug retail stores such as: Target, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, etc."

My Thoughts:
To be honest, I didn't really notice much difference when I've used the product. I've used the product 4 times, and while it takes away some of the "greasy" look, it still makes my hair look super shiny so it still appears dirty. I love shine on clean hair, but I think that it still leaves too much of the shine from the oils.
...but maybe the only reason I thought it looked dirty is because I knew it was. I am not sure if others would notice the difference between clean shine and dirty shine lol.
The plus is that it doesn't leave any residue like the older products in this category did, so I would definitely give it a try if you need a product that allows your hair to last longer inbetween showers.

1 comment:

  1. Nice post which is so important for my curly hair..

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