Review: Fekkai Au Naturel Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo, for those of you who don’t know, usually comes in spray or powder form, and is used to sop up oil residues in your hair, for days when you don’t have time to wash it. You simply shake the powder onto your scalp near the oily roots, gently massage it in, and brush your hair out.

Frederic Fekkai’s Au Naturel Dry Shampoo is paraben, sulphate and fragrance free. Good for the environment and double good for those of you with sensitive scalps.

I really liked this one because it lasted quite a long time, and my hair didn’t collapse in a greasy mess halfway through the day. The absorbing ingredient is cotton, which I also thought was kind of cool.

Although the product worked well, the only thing I didn’t love about it was the smell. The powder is free of perfumes, and smells a bit like canola oil. It’s not unpleasant, but it’s not as fresh as I would like a dry shampoo to be.

That said, it’s still pretty great. Two thumbs up, Fekkai!

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About Wynzie Chai

Wynzie Chai is a freelance writer specializing in beauty and lifestyle articles. She has also worked as a makeup artist for several years, both freelance and on makeup counters, and has a Bachelor of Communications Degree from the University of Calgary.
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2 Responses to Review: Fekkai Au Naturel Dry Shampoo

  1. This is pretty cool. I usually use a little bit of baby powder at the roots if I need a quick fix, but it takes A LOT of massaging in and brushing to make sure my roots don’t look faded. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Wynzie says:

    You’re welcome 🙂 Baby powder doesn’t work very well for me. First of all because my hair is black, but also I feel like it makes my hair greasier later on!

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