Friday, 11 May 2012

Review | Percy & Reed No-Fuss Flawlessness Dry Conditioner

I spotted a Dry Conditioner by Percy & Reed on Beauty Bay and, intrigued, ordered a bottle. At £12 for 150ml it's certainly not cheap but it was a new concept to me and I wanted to give it a go.


Like all the Percy & Reed packaging, this comes in quite basic matte cream packaging with black text and sketch detail. This is an aerosol can and the instructions say to spray from 10cm away. I was a little concerned this would make my hair look greasy but it doesn't seem to which is a definite plus. I spray it sparingly through my hair, concentrating on the ends, and brush through, and my hair is left soft, smooth and silky. It has a strong chemically smell, the kind that really gets the back of your throat, but thankfully it doesn't cling to the hair. I guess it does what it claims to do, but I don't think this works any better than any other leave-in conditioner; I don't think I'll repurchase, mainly because of the price tag and the smell.
Have you tried the No-Fuss Flawlessness Dry Conditioner? Would you like to?

xo

9 comments:

  1. OO i've never heard of a dry conditioner before - that sounds handy and certainly worth a try. The 12 pounds is a little off putting [darn American keyboard not having a pound sign!].

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    1. I hadn't either! Haha silly American keyboards! xo

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  2. I saw this was sent in a recent beauty box - really intrigued to try it out myself!! :)

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  3. Never tried this one but have tried a lotttt of dry shampoos.. recently found one I am loving but forgot the name... Oscar something? I find that more expensive they are the better they work! haha

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    1. I've only tried a couple of dry shampoos but I'd never heard of dry conditioner!! xo

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  4. Really liked the look of this but like you was put off by the price tag. Thank you for the review. i will stick to my cheaper alternatives.

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    1. It is pricey for what it is! xo

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  5. I was wondering what this stuff was - it does look really good, like a detangling spray without the liquid. There are some days where my hair feels all brittle and dried out but I don't want to wash it, so I guess that's what it's designed for?

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    1. Yeah I think that's what it's for! It sorts out my dry ends nicely anyway :) xo

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