Dry Shampoo Series #1: COLAB Sheer + Invisible Dry Shampoo London

I had no idea what dry shampoos were before I landed on the beauty world. Now they are starting to be one of the essentials.

I have an oily scalp and dry ends that’s why I wash it every other day. Dry shampoos come in on days between washes so once I hit it the 3-day mark, my hair would be impossibly greasy and itchy.

This series will feature different brands of dry shampoos, each with detailed reviews, and a score out of 5.

First on the roster…

COLAB Sheer + Invisible Dry Shampoo London 200ml



Musky. Smells a bit like chemicals but not too strong. It does have the usual smell like all the dry shampoos.

TOP: Bergamot & Rose
HEART: Rose, Violet, Magnolia & Jasmine
BASE: Woody, Amber & Musk

The scent stays on all day and keeps hair smelling fresh.



As the label says, it comes out sheer and invisible unlike other dry shampoos that leave a white cast/powdery film on the roots. Having said that, it also doesn’t leave that residue that usually makes it itchy and uncomfortable.

I love this dry shampoo because it’s very effective on making my hair feel fresh, clean and non-greasy. It’s light-weight and it feels like I just washed my hair.



This dry shampoo was created by Ruth Crilly from the Youtube Channel A Model Recommends

If you live in Toronto, you can get this at Rexall, some Shoppers Drug Mart, and at Phoenix Beauty Store in Pacific Mall.



Overall, I give this dry shampoo a score of 4.5/5 because it is great and does the job of keeping my hair fresh without weighing it down or leaving so much dry shampoo residue. I deducted 0.5 just because of the scent. I don’t love it but I don’t hate it either. I have yet to try other scents from the COLAB line and maybe give this a 5 when I find my perfect scent.


Stay tuned to see what’s next on the Dry Shampoo Series!

Thanks for reading!



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One thought on “Dry Shampoo Series #1: COLAB Sheer + Invisible Dry Shampoo London

  1. Great review and love your blog! Follow for follow?

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