Review: Snappi Dry Shampoo

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

--By Kim Moshtaghi & Jules Newmark

Snappi Dry Shampoo
Snappi Dry Shampoo

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Snappi Dry Shampoo was a very helpful product. It keeps the top of the hair from looking like a mirror and it really did work! All you have to do is spray it on and tease the top a little bit and you're on the right track with a nice hair do. The only thing is if you really need to wash your hair and its been more than a couple days I wouldn't rely on any kind of dry shampoo to replace a good old shampoo and conditioning job.

Overall, I was really impressed by Snappi Dry Shampoo and do think it can be used in between shampoos to make hair more manageable and fresh smelling. I think it's a perfect item to take on a weekend trip so you don't have to spend a lot of time washing and drying your hair. I found it also helped style my hair if I used a bit more, acting similar to a mild hair spray. I definitely will buy more of this product for myself and recommend it to all because it priced well and it will always come in handy.
-- Kim

Wow, talk about clean in a snap! I just used the Snappi Dry Shampoo for the first time and I can truly say, this is a fantastic in-between wash treatment. I don't know about you, but I try not to wash my hair everyday-- it just looks better after a day or two sometimes. A dry shampoo is the perfect answer to the problem of in-between wash greasy hair or hair that just looks flat and boring. Rather than take away your hair’s natural moisture with yet another wash and a variety of heat styling tools, one quick spray with the Snappi can and your hair looks salon ready.

With Snappi, just shake the can and spray evenly and your hair is ready to go whether you've just left the gym, you're at the office or in the airport on the go. Snappi can be purchased on their website or you can look for it at a salon somewhere near you, check out for more details.
-- Jules

Disclosure: free review samples of this product were provided by Snappi; no compensation was received in exchange for this reveiw.
Kim Moshtaghi
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.
Jules Newmark
Jules Newmark is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Jules is currently based in sun drenched San Diego, California, where she works, and works the scene, as a modeling agent. Jules's beauty must-haves include mascara by Dior, perfume by Calvin Klein, and a really good sunblock.