|Zerreau Towel Off Foam Shampoo: £6.99 Here|
If you know anything about me you'll know I'm no muss, no fuss when it comes to my grúaig. Dry shampoo, therefore is the one product you'll find in abundance about my person at any given time. The thing about dry shampoo, however, is that it can be serious trial and error to avoid a powdery 17th century peruke atop your head. Cue Zerreau Towel Off Foam Shampoo. It's a dry/foam shampoo hybrid & I'm loving it!
My first introduction to this tress game changer was as a deluxe sample in this months Glossybox. One of the stellar selling points of subscription boxes such as these is the discovery of products that might never normally cross your radar. I've since found that you can buy full sizes in Superdrug but if the reaction to my Instagram & FB posts are anything to go by it'll fly off the shelves.
I've just recently given my hair the chop and am sporting a layered lob so just 5 pumps of this foam, into the roots of my 2 day old barnet was enough. I towel dried roughly & brushed through. It feels like freshly washed hair straight off the bat, but that may be a lot to do with the fresh green apple scent. Because I had a minute I gave my hair a blast of hair dryer heat & followed up with a cold blow through. Gave it a little looksee and... blown away.
The foam shampoo gives my hair oomph from the roots, so allowed me to forgo other styling products. It doesn't feel powdery in the slightest but does have traction enough so that it stays put when put there. That evening's event saw the most impromptu compliments I've had on my grúaig ever. Naturally I answered everyone in a typically Irish manner 'This old barnet? Foam shampoo!'.
We've had two dalliances since and both times Zerreau hasn't let me down. It may be a match made in heaven, especially considering the foam claims to be effective enough to remove hair chalk and product build up. I can see a large size being flung in my backpack for this summers festival messing!
Have you tried this Towel Off Foam Shampoo yet? I'd love to hear how you got on?