Man, this stuff smells good! It’s all powdery and musky…and naughty, with just a hint of sweet jasmine.
Can a fragrance smell like you’re purposefully trying to get in trouble? Because that’s how this dry shampoo smells to me. 🙂
There are actually two versions, both of them new from Bumble and Bumble, and both of them with darned-near impossible-to-pronounce (for me) French names, seeing as how I butcher everything en français.
I think I’ll just call them “the new Bumble dry shampoos.” They’re available now in pretty blush pink packaging for $29 each, which gets you a 3.1-oz. bottle.
They’re called “invisible” because that’s how they’re supposed to look in your hair, even if your hair is dark.
The directions say to spray them from 10-12 inches away from your hair, and to concentrate on your roots, which is pretty is standard for dry shampoo. I can’t see the product at all unless I get carried away and use a ridiculous amount, and even then, I can’t see it anymore after I brush the powder through my hair, which is a step you’re supposed to follow with these.
I can feel it, though, when I touch my hair, and it feels a little powdery. It doesn’t really annoy me, but it’s something to be aware of.
Right now I’m rockin’ a two-day ‘do with Très Invisible (I prefer the regular one), and my hair feels pretty good.
Not as good or clean as it feels when I use R+Co Death Valley, because maaaaan, when I use that spray, my roots feel like someone took an industrial strength vacuum to them.
But this is good. I love the scent, and I also love that the spray doesn’t make my hair feel stiff, which is a très important detail to moi. I also think it’s nice to be able to switch up your scents when it comes to dry shampoo, so it’s not just about which ones are better. For me it’s also about getting tired of the same scents.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,