COLAB Dry Shampoo arrives at Cloud10beauty

2 Posted by - October 7, 2015 - General

COLAB Dry Shampoo New York fragrance

Bad hair days are now a thing of the past, as COLAB Dry Shampoo has just landed at Cloud10beauty.

Whether you need to refresh hair between washes, or need some extra ‘grip’ on freshly washed hair before styling, COLAB Dry Shampoo will be your new beauty best friend.

COLAB Dry Shampoo is different because it’s been specially formulated so that it doesn’t leave any annoying chalky residue in your hair. Instead, it absorbs oil and perfumes your hair invisibly. That’s why we love it.

You can choose two sizes of product – a 200ml size to keep at home, and a 50ml size that’s perfect for your handbag or your desk drawer at work.


There’s quite a team of beauty experts behind the brand.

Ruth Crilly of A Model Recommends (pictured above) is an international fashion model, writer and beauty insider. She’s worked with brands like River Island and Myla Lingerie, and appeared in magazines such as Vogue, Elle and Grazia.

Makeup experts and sisters Sam and Nic Chapman started the Pixiwoo YouTube channel and created Real Techniques, the hit makeup brush brand.  They’ve also worked on countless fashion shows and red carpet events.

Gow Tanaka is an top hair stylist specialising in fashion, celebrity and editorial hair. He’s worked with Marie Claire and InStyle magazines, and celebrities such as Carey Mulligan, Emma Watson and Katy Perry.

Check out what some bloggers had to say about COLAB Dry Shampoo:

For me the perfect dry shampoo has to be lightweight, quickly absorbed yet have the ability to soak up excess oil with ease, smell beautiful, all the while being invisible – if it can add a little extra volume to lank roots too then it is forever a repurchase. Unsurprisingly COLAB Dry shampoo ticks every box

Adrienne – The Sunday Girl

This is definitely a win product for me, I had the mini size gone in no time and have since repurchased the bigger can.

Danielle – The Imperfect Beauty  

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