Cake's satin sugar refreshing body and hair powder ($18.00) comes in two shades, one for darker hair and one for lighter hair. For quite some time, I had coloured blonde hair. The Cake dry shampoo was a life saver for me as it lightened up my roots between colour treatments. It smells amazing, adds a decent amount of volume to the roots of your hair, and soaks up any oil. I currently own this dry shampoo in both shades because it lasts FOREVER. It was well worth the price paid based solely on this. I actually have two of the darker hued powder currently because I use it on a weekly basis and I don't want to risk running out!
|Light vs. Dark hued Cake dry shampoo|
LUSH cosmetics recently created its own dry shampoo, aptly named No Drought ($12.95/bottle). Their dry shampoo offering is definitely not as friendly for those with darker hair. I am a brunette and I highly prefer my Cake dry shampoo for darker hued hair. I obviously use No Drought, but I only use it when I am going to the gym because I don't care if my hair is lighter looking at the roots when it is piled atop my head for a workout. No Drought smells absolutely amazing- I actually prefer this scent to Cake's. It smells like lemon drop candy to me, and the scent is very noticeable after application and throughout the day.
|LUSH coconut deodorant powder, Cake satin sugar dry shampoo|
|Cake satin sugar dry shampoo, LUSH dry shampoo|