Compare to Salon Graphics?
I have been using the brunette Salon Graphics (S&G) brand for years. It really adds volume, lets me go days between washes, and does extend my color (I use to color my roots). Its $7.00. Is this better? Does anyone have experience with a no color texturizing or dry shampoo spray that is good?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
on A Tint of Brown Hair Powder
This one is matte and has no shine like root concealers do which is good.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Go with Oscar Blandi... the power in the bottle with the pointy nozzle. You need to learn how to use it but once you do it changes your life! GREAT product. Tips: never squeeze the bottle; just allow gravity to work as you tap the bottle onto spots on your hscalp. Then, flip your head over, adn use your finger pads to gently rub the fine powder around your hair shafts. I sometimes put some on my hands, rub it a little and then apply is to my hair that's not on my scalp but hanging down. A great product. I can wash my hair every third day since I have been using it and I have mid-back length hair.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
I haven't used the salon graphics product but this product works great and lasts a long time. One bottle lasts me a year. I only spray my top roots you can see though - I haven't used it throughout my hair but it is very binding and pretty. I use the Oscar Blandi dry shampoo for that purpose - Sephora carries it - it works really well - I like the powder version. Hope that helps!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
(Huntington Beach, CA)
Bumble & Bumble is the best one I tried. You don't have to wash your hair for days and it gives it tons of body but because yours is so much cheaper
I will try S&G too. I prefer the white as it doesn't need to be brushed out, just fluffed up with your hands and it doesn't rub out onto your clothes.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
I have brown curly hair and I use Pronto Invisible Volumizing Dry Shampoo Spray by Oscar Blandi. I love it. It works well, blends well and does not leave my hair feeling gritty. They have a small can for $5 that you can give a try and see if you like it. I have the large can and I have had it forever.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
I would not recommend this product. It's very messy and hard to isolate areas on your head that you want to apply it to. It's hard to control the amount you apply, and if you do over-apply even a little bit, it makes your hair really stiff. Plus, it comes off on everything--brush, hands, anything your hair comes in contact with.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago