Until a week ago, we had strictly stuck to spray formulas and well away from loose powders, because let’s be real, floured baker’s hair is not a look we’d rock too well. But we couldn’t have been more wrong!

We use dry shampoo a little more than we care to admit. We like to think of dry shampoo as a between wash freshner. Basically our lifesaver! Not only is it a quick style fix, but it’s also our bestie when we’re pushing the time between washes. About 2 weeks ago, we swapped our good ol’ aerosols for Lush’s No Drought Dry Shampoo* and let’s just say we wouldn’t be surprised if this switch becomes permanent.


No Drought is definitely one for your beauty arsenal. Lush’s latest loose powder dry shampoo takes on just about every hair gripe. From AM bed-hair to greasy roots, it tackles it all. For hair you’d be proud to whip back and forth, work a generous amount of the product close to your roots. Our biggest tip is, as with any other dry shampoo is to blend, blend and BLEND. With a base of Cornflour and Talc, the shampoo absorbs oil like a dream, while the grapefruit and lime adds a refreshing scent, perfect for lazy, 2-day hair. Like all good dry shampoos should, No Drought adds volume for lived-in looking locks. We also found that as a loose powder, it allowed more control of how much and where we distribute the shampoo. The only downside is that it can get a little messy. A shaker style packaging would definitely keep our vanity much cleaner! 

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 ♥ M + K


  1. Great recap of the Lush Dry Shampoo! I think we might have to try it out. We love dry shampoo and are trying to review them ALL! Come check out some of our reviews at I think you might find some new products to try!


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