Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk in Natural Tint Review

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk in Natural Tint

Dry shampoo's are wonderful - a quick solution for greasy and lifeless hair that is more often than not affordable and easy to use. There is however a downside, especially if you have dark hair - I am of course talking about the nightmare that is white residue - the darker the hair colour, the more problematic it can become. Luckily hair care brands have come to notice the dilemma and some now offer up tinted dry shampoo's - one such brand is Klorane.

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk in Natural Tint

Newly launched is Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk in Natural Tint, a peachy nude beige toned dry shampoo that has been developed to suit all hair tones, especially brunette tresses and is said to be loved by Kate Moss and Gwyneth Paltrow. Much like all dry shampoo's the idea is that you mist onto the roots and either work it into the hair using a hairbrush or your finger tips. The added bonus is of course the tint factor, I know what you are thinking the peachy tint will surely appear stark in brown hair? Nope, not even close - at the moment I have some monster brown roots going on and I can vouch that it is quite the wonder. The peachy tinged powder does quickly absorb into the hair adapting to the natural tone, yes this is aimed at brunette hair but I would deem it suitable for deep blondes and redheads too. Do stay clear if you have white, grey or light blonde hair - unless peachy orange roots are of course your calling.

Tint element aside Klorane Dry Shampoo With Oat Milk in Natural Tint is a wonderful dry shampoo, it does all you would want from a dry shampoo and more. It quickly absorbs any traces of oil without being overly heavy - we've all tried dry shampoo's that leave our heads itchy and overloaded with product, well not this. Residue is minimal, it tackles oil wonderfully so (I can achieve one day hair on day four with this), the scent is pleasant - fresh and almost floral that doesn't overwhelm and is entirely unisex. It is one of the better dry shampoo's that I have tried, not to mention free from silicones and parabens. If you have a deeper hair tone and long for something that won't leave the roots chalky this is the one for you.

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk in Natural Tint £8 via Escentual - link.

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  1. While I do love the sound of a tinted dry shampoo, that shade would never work for me! I've tried Batiste's tinted dry shampoos though and they're fab.

    Rachel |

  2. Thus sounds really great can't believe it has oat milk in it

    Lots of love xxx
    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

  3. I love the original Klorane dry shampoo so definitely trying this!

    Erin | Erin and Katherine Talk Beauty

  4. I am a big fan of dry shampoos but I haven't tried this brand before. This one sounds absolutely amazing, I am going to give it a go.

    Beth x

  5. Alright, so now all they need to do is make a darker version and a red version! :-)

  6. tinted dry shampoos? my hair's too dark to use one I think

    The Artistically Challenged

  7. Ouu very interesting! Gotta check it out! :)

    Xoxo Jessy

  8. I just bought this and I love it!! It really does work so well.

  9. It's good that redheads can use this, it's quite disheartening seeing so many products for brunettes and blondes and none for us in between!
    -- // x

  10. I’ve heard good things about this band. I really struggle with dry shampoo, it irritates my scalp.

  11. Is this a chemical free natural based product? Thanks
    Eloise x|


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