On my never-ending journey to find the perfect second-day refresher for my fine, ash blonde waves (and more than can fit on my already crowded beauty vanity), I finally discovered one worthy of a permanent spot in my routine. These days, I exclusively trust the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo to hide my day-two oily roots.
Looking to learn more about the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo? Keep scrolling to find out why I’ve fallen completely in love with the dry-cleaner for color-treated hair.
Why Use Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry ShampooAs a self-proclaimed product junkie, I’m always down to try the latest and greatest formulas from my favorite hair care brands. That being said, I’m extra picky when it comes to investing in a dry shampoo. If I could dream up my own dry shampoo formula, two things would be an absolutely essential: A product that doesn’t flatten my already volume-less fine hair and one that doesn’t leave behind a chalky, white residue. Finally, my dream became a reality when the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo showed up at my office as a gift from the brand.
After applying the product to my mane for the first time, I was immediately satisfied with the results (and the light floral aroma it gives off was an added bonus). Unlike so many other formulas I’ve tried, the product lifted my roots and felt weightless on my limp, fine hair—leaving my second-day mane as full of body and refreshed as if I’d just washed it. The best part? I noticed no white residue covering my roots.
I keep a full-sized bottle of the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo on my vanity at all times. I plan on investing in the travel-size version of the product that I can easily store in my purse or carry on bag.
How To Use Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo
One of the things I love most about this dry shampoo is that it has eliminated my fear of applying too much to my mane in fear of ending up with flat, powdery roots. I can easily brush through the lightweight formula without it building up or becoming stiff on my strands.
On the days where I use the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo, I begin with dry, second-day hair. Oil tends to appear most at the crown of my head and the strands framing my face. I shake the bottle thoroughly, hold it about eight to ten inches away from my head, and apply a few spritzes to those sections. Then, I use my fingertips to evenly distribute the product and pump up my volume.
If you’re searching for a dry shampoo to add to your routine, you can’t go wrong with the Shu Uemura Color Lustre Dry Cleaner Dry Shampoo. With a formula that’s lightweight, bouncy, and refreshing, what’s not to love?
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