Hi everyone! Today I am going to review a product which can be your perfect companion for those lazy days when you don’t feel like washing your hair or are in a hurry to go somewhere but your hair look like a complete mess! The product is none other than the BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo which instantly refreshes your messy hair and brings it back to life! Are you excited to know about the product in detail? Then keep on scrolling for the review of BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo.
BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo
Instant freshness is now a spray away. This dry shampoo (no water required) does a smooth job of absorbing excess grease & grime and revamps your hair in seconds. Don’t leave home without it.
How To Use BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo
Shake well before use. Hold can in an upright position, six inches away from the hair and spray evenly, close to the roots. Leave on for two minutes. Massage and brush thoroughly.
Price – Rs.550/- | Quantity – 125ml
My Take On BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo – For Instant Freshness!
Just like the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish, The BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo also comes in a light weight bottle. The bottles’s spray nozzle is a little hard to press (I am assuming that it’s just a manufacturing defect on the can I received) but no worries, it is still usable so no minus point for this!
I mostly wash my hair every 2-3 days because I cannot tolerate greasy scalp and hair. Oh, but there are days when I can’t wash them because..
- I have cold.
- I am on vacation.
- I have slept the whole day and I can’t shower in the evening because I’ll get sick (= no shower day).
- I have to go out early in the morning and I can’t shower because I’ll get sick (= again a no shower day)
… OK that was too much information, but any person on the earth can relate to these situations!
So that is when I need something that can do some magic to my hair and bring them “back to life”.
I tried BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo on my third-day hair. It helped me to control the greasiness in my hair. When I sprayed it on, I noticed some powderish white cast on my hair. But it immediately went away after I ran my fingers through it to “blend” the product after a couple of minutes. The brand also recommends leaving the product as it is for two minutes and then massaging it slowly into the scalp using fingertips or a comb.
While using this product, I was concerned about my scalp as it contains a lot of chemicals and my scalp gets those sebum plugs easily, but fortunately, it didn’t have any adverse effects on the scalp. Don’t know if there’s any “staying power” thing for this product because my hair were still looking the same (fresh and happy) when I came back home after 4 hours. I washed my hair the very next day I used it and I didn’t notice any change in texture of my hair, but they were looking little “dull” in the morning (after about 12 hours of usage).
If you are a college/office goer and you don’t get time to wash your hair everyday to make it look presentable, then this is the product that will come to your rescue! I won’t recommend that you use it everyday, once or twice in a week is an OK frequency to use it – not more than that.
What I liked about BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo
- Gives the “fresh” look to my unwashed hair.
- Doesn’t irritate my scalp.
- Doesn’t cause any hair fall.
- Lightweight packaging.
- Has perfume so it smells good.
What I didn’t like about BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo
- Nothing at all!
Well let me tell you, This dry shampoo contains a lot of chemicals, but I am not putting it in “things I didn’t like” list because I have never been concerned about all these chemicals used in products, be it in my food, shampoo, face products or just anything (sometimes I don’t even check expiry date of the stuff I am buying!). But now since I am blogging, I will do some research on this topic and then point out the good/bad ingredients of the product in my reviews. So till then, please check the ingredients list by yourself if you’re buying a product reviewed by me. 🙂
Have you tried the BBLUNT Dry shampoo yet? Let me know in the comments below!