Product Review: Eva Nyc Freshen Up Dry Shampoo and Forget Me Knot Dry Conditioner

Disclosure: I received complimentary press samples products or services for this post. As always, all opinions are my own. I only ever accept products I truly love or believe in.


I have a love/hate relationship with dry shampoo. 

On one hand, I love the idea of a no fuss way to not wash my hair and be out the door quickly. On the other hand, I am so picky about dry shampoos. I like my Batiste dry shampoos but I hate the white residue it leaves on my black hair. I don't like the price tags on a lot of the other ones people on the internet recommend so I haven't tried them. Why is it so hard to find a good dry shampoo at a reasonable price point?

I was sent this dry shampoo by Influenster in their Tinsel Vox Box the night before I had to fly to California. I thought traveling would be a great time to test out this dry shampoo and conditioner system so I promptly packed these into my bag. I actually spritzed it into my hair the morning of my flight and let it take hold. I also used it quite a few times I was in California and a LOT since. Here are my thoughts: 

Packaging: 

I tend not to love the idea of aerosol sprays as they're not environmentally friendly and I find it annoying to use. However, for these particular products, the aerosol cans were actually convenient because of their size. It's still not environmentally the best but for the sake of convenience, I will give it a rating of 3/5


Formula

I can't say enough good things about this system! The dry shampoo doesn't leave any white residue like my Batiste dry shampoo does - it just absorbs right into my hair and no more grease! I had never tried a dry conditioner before so I didn't really know what to expect - I didn't even know such a thing existed. Well, call me a convert because I don't know how I went my life without this thing! I sprayed a bit on the ends of my hair and not only did my hair not feel powdery, it was super soft and shiny (and not in the greasy way!) 5/5


Price

I found that both the dry shampoo and conditioner are $12 each meaning the set is $24. Sure, it's pricier than my Batiste but holy crap is it worth it!! In fact, it's still massively more affordable than the high end dry shampoos out there like from Dry Bar or Fresh. 5/5

Have you tried Eva Nyc products? What are your thoughts?

1 comment

  1. I've never heard of dry conditioner before, I'm missing out! I love my Batiste dry shampoo too, this sounds like a nice alternative :)

    Hope that you are having a nice start to your week :) We finally got some cooler weather after our weekend heatwave, so I've been enjoying that!

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