Following on from yesterdays post on how to use the Backcomb in a Bottle from Umberto Giannini is todays quick review on it and the Morning After Dry Shampoo.
Both the Backcomb in a Bottle (217ml) and the Morning After Dry Shampoo 202ml) retail for $13.99 each and are available in Woolworths stores nationally.
The scent of both of the products isn’t overpowering.
Gorgeous Packaging throughout 5 product range.
Backcomb in A Bottle
“Directions: Spray from approximately 10cm to where you want backcomb effect and jujj hair into shape as you go.”
Not only better for the hair than traditional backcombing but its much quicker as well.
Works very well on my long angled bob I have at the moment. It certainly gives my hair a bit of oomph!
As my how to showed you yesterday its great to use on straight styles for a grungy style but also works well to create texture for updo’s and works great with curls too.
Easy to brush out with a bristle brush.
My hair hasn’t been weighed down or left sticky from the product. (With that being said don’t saturate your hair with the product)
Morning After Dry Shampoo
“Directions: Spray approximately 10cm away to roots and work through hair with your hands.”
- Great product for refreshing 2nd or 3rd day old hair.
- Quick to use.
- Its actually a clear spray as opposed to the traditional coloured so no chalky roots!
- Also can help create volume.
- Dry shampoo’s are great when travelling.
I have been very happy with both of these products. For me they have done what they claim and the gorgeous packaging sets them apart from a lot of other brands that can be found in your local supermarket. I‘m keen on trying out the other products in the range – Grunge Glamour Tousled Salt Spray, Rock’n’Roll Extreme Hairspray and the Sex Bomb Massive Mouse and they will no doubt be added to my trolley next time I’m at woolie’s.
*Both products were kindly sent for post consideration but my opinions are still 100% my own.