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Made by David Organics Dry Shampoo (from BeautyMNL) - Orange and Vanilla review

Made by David Organics Dry Shampoo in Orange & Vanilla

Brand: Made by David Organics
Product: Dry Shampoo
Variant: Orange & Vanilla
Availability: Sold in BeautyMNL
Price: Php 299

As mentioned in my previous post, I got this new dry shampoo from BeautyMNL for only P299. Usually, dry shampoos cost more than P299, so when I came across this product, I bought it ASAP. I also got it ASAP, like less than 24 hours plus freebies!

I was so happy when I got my hands on this product! When I opened the package from BeautyMNL, I instantly smelled oranges and a little bit of vanilla (as the orange was the dominant smell). The fragrance was just so pleasant and relaxing. The packaging also looks so quirky and cute which made me more excited to try this out! 

As soon as I got home from work, I changed to my pambahay clothes and got ready to try it. The two photos above show what my hair looked like--flat, deformed and kinda oily after a 9-7:30 pm work.

There's not much instruction on the bottle though, good thing I've done research on how to use dry shampoo.

So to begin with the process, I parted my hair; starting with the oiliest part of my hair (as you can see in the GIF above) which is on the top of my head.

However, when I was about to use the product, I opened it and the powder form was really difficult to come out. I even kept on squeezing it to no avail. So what I did was to open the cap and shake the bottle lightly for the contents to eventually come out--which again is risky, as the contents have the tendency to splatter.

So anyway, I started applying the product. I parted my hair into several sections--usually on the top part of my hair as that is where it's oily. Truthfully, for a P299 dry shampoo, it does the miracle. The oiliness of my hair was reduced, plus the dry shampoo added some volume and fragrance onto my hair. Yun nga lang, you have to apply more product and it also tends to stick and stay on your palm and fingertips...

The finished product!

With the help of a blower, you can achieve better results! Blow drying seals the product to your hair. I left it overnight for the product to sink onto my hair for a longer time (IDK if it does anything but I did it anyway). The next morning, my hair smells like oranges and also has volume. I only added a few dry shampoo again that morning just so it will last throughout the day.

The verdict: I love the smell and how effective it is in reducing the oiliness and adding volume to my hair. However, the product does not come out of the cap easily. Since the dry shampoo is in powder form, it tends to form circles that create a bottleneck. Maybe if they change the cap with bigger holes in it, it'd e easier to use.

Is it worth the price? Yes!

Will I buy again? Yes.

Til next review! ;)


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