As I’ve already said here Oscar Blandi, both the salon and the products can do no wrong.
Since I’ve been visiting the salon, I have been sporting the creamy blonde hair I had only previously dreamed about, and in between my appointments, I completely rely on the salon’s styling products to keep my sometimes unruly hair in check. One of the hair crimes which I’m most guilty of committing is over-washing and styling. I can just see Kyle and Luca cringe when I admit to my daily washing and straightening habit. So slowly I’ve been weaning myself off of daily heat styling and washing. What has been making this a whole lot easier is the Pronto Dry Shampoo – a complete godsend for someone like me who gets greasy roots and limp ends. The day after washing, I spray this into my roots, and massage in. The spray smells lemony-fresh, and there is absolutely no residue at all. Instead you’re just left with hair which could almost pass as freshly styled. What makes this spray even better is that it doesn’t dry out ends like other dry shampoos I’ve tried in the past.
If you’re also looking to add a little oomph into freshly washed locks, I would also recommend to spray. Tipping your head upside down and spraying at the roots and massaging in leaves hair with a ton of volume which lasts the whole day, and well into the night. There is absolutely nothing negative I can say about the product, and what makes it even better is the 2 sizes it comes in. I keep the 1.2oz tube (pictured) in my gym bag for a post-workout touchup, whilst the 5oz tube is a mainstay in my haircare stash.
The 1.2 oz is priced at $11, whilst the larger 5oz is priced at $25 and both are available from Sephora.com