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The Best Vegan Dry Shampoos Under £11

Hey Lovelies!

Upgrading your beauty routine to include vegan products has never been easier. Dry shampoos are an absolute Godsend and can save your look (and smell) on the days the alarm breaks (ahem), forcing you to leave the house looking less than your best. Quick question: Why is it those days that we bump into the hot guy we haven’t seen for weeks?

Thus, I have reviewed and compiled a list of my favourite vegan dry shampoos. Read on:

1.Naturtint Dry Shampoo, £9.99 (20g), www.hollandandbarrett.com

naturtint dry shampoo
Credit: Holland and Barrett

I LOVE this vegan and cruelty-free dry shampoo. Naturtint has combined natural ingredients such as rice and barley starch that absorb any excess oil, whilst really making it look and feel silky soft. My hair frizz is greatly reduced, making it easily manageable.

Better yet, this product also contains oat extract which offers moisturising properties for the hair and scalp! Naturtint achieves a lovely fresh scent that is not overpowering, and you will be pleased to know you won’t be discovering any nasty white flaky residue. Phew.

2.Love Beauty And Planet Volume And Bounty Dry Shampoo, £6.99, www.ocado.com

love beauty and planet volume dry shampoo
Credit: love beauty and planet

This has to be one of the best vegan dry shampoos. Not only does it tick all the vital boxes (no white residue, absorbs oil, freshens and softens), but this super-light formula seems to instantly vanish into the hair with minimal effort required. One of the best things about this dry shampoo is that it transforms fine hair, giving some much-appreciated volume. Expect to breathe in a gorgeously uplifting citrus scent for added boost! Also available is their Green Tea Dry Shampoo for particularly greasy locks.

3.Bleach London Too Posh To Wash Dry Shampoo, £6, www.cultbeauty.co.uk

bleach london too posh to wash dry shampoo
Credit: cult beauty

There’s no need to wish for your fairy Godmother to appear and magic your hair woes away when you have this cruelty-free and vegan dry shampoo. The formula instantly transforms your hair into beautiful locks that smell super-clean and fresh. Prepare to feel pampered.

4.Zabana Essentials Dry Shampoo, £13.95, www.zabanaessentials.com

zabana essentials dry shampoo
Credit: zabana essentials.com

Zabana Essentials provide 3 beautiful vegan dry shampoos: Dry Glow Shimmery,  Lavender Citrus Mint and Sage Blood Orange. My personal favourite has to be the Dry Glow Shimmery as it gives some serious shine. This product combines superior natural ingredients such as essential oils, minerals and plant extracts, to further strengthen and protect your transformed tresses. I am totally smitten with its irresistible coconut scent (to the point where I haven’t washed my hair for 3 days – gross, I know).

Have you tried any of these vegan dry shampoos and what are your thoughts? Leave me a message in the comments below – and happy Friday people xx

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Vegan Skincare Products That You Need In Your Life

Hey Lovelies!

Vegan skincare products are becoming ever-more popular, transforming the beauty industry and our faces for the better. Should you want to diminish any evidence of skin concerns, you need the following products in your life. Life goals, people. Life goals.

1.For Acne-Prone Or Blemished Skin Try: Odacite Oily Acne Prone Skin Concentrate, £32, www.naturismo.com

Odacité acne skin concentrate
Credit: naturismo

Searching for that one product that means you can kiss goodbye to the nightmare of acne and blemishes for good? Vegan brand Odacite blesses us with the holy grail of elixirs and effectively deals with such skin concerns. Their concentrate is specifically formulated to clear away existing blemishes and spots, balance the skin and prohibit a return attack by the acne monster..

Combined in this fast-absorbing serum is linoleic acid and potent anti-inflammatory OPCs to clear and maintain your beautiful complexion. Additionally, this formula contains antimicrobial and disinfectant benefits to ensure your skin stays clear, healthy, smooth and radiant!

This product is 100% vegan.

2.For Anti-Aging Choose: Evolve Hyaluronic Acid Serum 200, £30, www.evolvebeauty.co.uk

evolve beauty hyaluronic serum 200
Credit: evolve beauty

You have to check out this vegan multi-award-winning serum by Evolve Organic Beauty. Suitable for normal to dry skin, each bottle includes 200mg of organic hyaluronic acid. Soaking deep into the layers of skin, this scientifically proven component works on those pesky fine lines and wrinkles, helping to replace them with a more plump and youthful complexion.

Furthermore, organic pomegranate extract is combined for added softness and optimal protection. YAASSS!

100% vegan

3.For Dull And Tired Skin Try: Elemis Superfood Facial Oil, £45, www.elemis.com

elemis superfood facial oil
Credit: elemis

Behold, one of my all-time favourite vegan products (and winner of Vogue Beauty Awards, 2018). Should you suffer from dull and tired looking skin, this facial oil ought to be at the top of your must-buy list.

Combining highly concentrated plant-based superfoods, the formula provides an intense boost of hydration and nourishment for the skin; thus, it achieves such radiant luminosity you will be impressed. Elemis has included broccoli (for its antioxidant support), flax seed and daikon radish for their rich nutrient, restorative and radiance-evoking properties).

What to expect: compliments!

100% vegan

4.For Pigmentation Choose: Agent Nateur Holi C Refining Face Vitamins, £113, www.naturismo.com

agent nateur holi c face vitamin
Credit: naturismo

Pigmentation is about as unavoidable as pot holes in the road. Still, there are some vegan products out there that truly have our back. One such brand is Agent Nateur and although it is quite pricey, it is totally worth it. Not only does it aid in the reduction of pigmentation marks, but this little wonder product waves its wand over an array of other issues, too. Whether you want to reduce fine lines, firm, smooth or tighten, this little gem does it all. Better yet, this product comes in powder form – so all you need to do is add it to your moisturiser, et voila! Perfect.

However, for the reduction of pigmentation – do not expect overnight miracles. For good results, it is important to use this regularly and over time.

100% vegan

Have you tried any of these vegan products and what are your thoughts? Leave me a message in the comments below. xx

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