Search Sephora

Looking for Answers about this Product?

Bath & Body(Q:1909 A:6572)
Fragrance(Q:2377 A:7960)
Hair(Q:2904 A:10509)
Other Needs(Q:238 A:756)
Shampoo & Conditioner(Q:663 A:2887)
Treatment(Q:741 A:1830)
Value Sets(Q:174 A:550)
Makeup(Q:47343 A:144783)
Men(Q:291 A:723)
Skin Care(Q:17451 A:60797)
Tools & Brushes(Q:3808 A:9074)
Shop now at Sephora
or
Choose a Category
 
Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
I use the living proof style extender. Would this go first, before that?
Recent Question:
Does this product help calm frizz and keep your hair straighter when you want to leave your hair wet?
Recent Question:
Does this styling cream have heat-protectant properties?
Recent Question:
is this hairspray or just shine spra\y? does it have hold like hairspray?
Recent Question:
Is this product safe for color/ highlighted hair?
Questions with Most Recent Answers
Question:
Can Full Thickening Cream be used in conjunction with Prime Style Extender?
Question:
Will this be good to use on bleached/damaged hair with breakage? Will it ne moisturizing at all?
Question:
Has anyone with black hair used this? Any white residue?
Question:
Is this product worth trying
See all questions : Hair Q & A : Styling Products & Tools Q & A : Hairspray & Styling Products Q & A


drybar Cream Soda Smoothing Cream

What it is:A rich styling cream that's designed to smooth and hydrate medium to coarse hair. What it is formulated to do:This versatile cream provides light hold to keep hair in place without looking or feeling stiff. Recommended for all hair types, it keeps hair hydrated, manageable, and frizz-free. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Phthalates What else you need to know:This cruelty-free product is not tested on animals, does not contain gluten, and is safe for color- and keratin-treated hair.
Questions & Answers:
4 Questions
 | 
21 Answers
Overall Rating:
3.979 out of 5
4
out of
5
Product Details

Questions & Answers for drybar Cream Soda Smoothing Cream

Question
How much should you use?
I have shoulder length hair. What exactly does apply liberally mean?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
grouchyviv
(Los Angeles, CA)
on Cream Soda Smoothing Cream
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Always start with a small amount - a dime size for example if your hair is on the shorter side. If you need more control and smoothing, add another pea size. It is always best to start small and add a tad more as needed than to over-apply.
answered 11 months ago
drybar
answer 2
Nickel size for long hair
answered 11 months ago
lolagirl1
(Ashland, ky)
answer 3
I have shoulder length hair and use about a teaspoon. I work it in from roots to ends and style as usual.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
AtlantaRunner
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 4
My hair is longer than yours and I use less than a quarter-sized portion so I would stay start with a nickel-sized portion. I am always very cautious because I have fine hair and don't want to weigh it down.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
lusciousdumplin
(Sacramento, CA)
answer 5
I don't apply liberally at all! That weighs hair down too much I use small amount like some where between dime and nickel
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
laurenkitzel
(Eugene OR)
answer 6
I have long and thick hair... It goes past my chest and I use two quarter sized drops which seem to be enough
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
AGIE101
(Chicago, IL)
answer 7
I have shoulder length dry hair. The first time I used this product I used a little larger than a quarter-sized amount (which is what I usually have to use with other products), and it made my hair super greasy. Now I use about a nickel-sized amount, mostly on the ends, and it's great.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
cjblue
answer 8
For shoulder length hair I would say a half dollar dollop to towel dry hair would be enough
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
camilleae
(St. Cloud, MN)
answer 9
My hair is shoulder length and I use about a dime size dollop. I was afraid of using too much and my hair would look "greasy" but that doesn't seem to happen.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
troodz
(San Diego, CA)
answer 10
It means you are not controlled by how much you want to use. Use as little or as much as you want. I suggest start with a little and work up to more if you want/need it.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
blackberrygirl
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 11
I have hair that just touches the top of my shoulders. I use a nickel to quarter sized round of this product...HTH
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
cherylindakota
(near Mt Rushmore)
Question
What exactly smells like??
I am asking this because I have been looking for hair styling cream which looks like this tube, but because I never took the name of that product, the only thing I remember how it smells. It smells like coconut (little tropical), so I am not sure if this smells the same???thanxx
asked 2 years ago
Anonymous
(Toronto)
on Cream Soda Smoothing Cream
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
This doesn't smell tropical, It smells more peppery than anything, a very unique scent.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
addicted876
(Edmonton AB)
answer 2
The Drybar fragrance opens up with the clean freshness of green herbs and a pinch of Cara Cara Orange. Exceptional ingredients such as Jasmine, Orange Flower and Anise constitute the heart of this mysterious and warm fragrance. Rare Australian Sandalwood, rich Vanilla from Madagascar and White Musk round it up.
answered 11 months ago
drybar
answer 3
I don't know how to describe it really, but it does not smell like coconut or tropical.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
lusciousdumplin
answer 4
The smell reminded me of hair removal cream (think Nair). I wasn't particularly fond of the smell of this product.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
H216
(Plano, TX)
answer 5
I just smelled my tube, and it does have a faint coconut/tropical scent.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
cherylindakota
(near Mt Rushmore)
answer 6
To me this product smells strongly of musk and not at all tropical.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
LadyZen
(Seattle, WA)
Question
In place of or with 'hot toddy'?
Do you use this cream instead of the 'hot toddy' oil they have? Or with it as well?

I have dry frizzy naturally curly hair that I straighten.
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
HRiel
(Winnipeg, MB)
on Cream Soda Smoothing Cream
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
You should use Cream Soda in conjunction with Hot Toddy to get perfectly smooth and controlled hair that is also protected against heat and frizz free. Remember to start with a small amount for both and use more only if needed.
answered 11 months ago
drybar
answer 2
With a straightening red ken product
answered 11 months ago
lolagirl1
(Ashland, ky)
Question
I tried the sample and then used Living Proof Frizz Cream. My hair looks great but is that too much product? I have fine & somewhat curly hair.
asked 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Scottsdale Az)
on Cream Soda Smoothing Cream
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
No, I think you are probably ok w/ amt you are using so long as you're hair is manageable and not going limp!! Sounds like it is working out for you so just stick with it!! Great product!!
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
lorintaz
(NJ)
answer 2
I would just try using the cream soda and see if that's enough.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
ytobmango
(sacramento, ca)
1 of 1