Saturday, March 5, 2016

DryBar Sake Bomb Shampoo & Conditioner

No, this is not the bar that you go to on a Friday night for drinks. The DryBar brand is a full line of styling products and tools that originates from a chain of salons throughout the US (California, NYC, Texas, etc) that offers just blowouts

Gotta love a good concept. Everything is named after something that has to do with a bar (i.e. the one you go to on a Friday night). The cashiers are called bartenders, hairstyles are named after cocktails (cosmo, manhattan, mai tai, etc.), and even the styling products have some sort of relation to a mixed drink. And it's so punny (funny with a 'p') because their's no alcohol (i.e. it's dry). Get it? 


Today, I present to you Sake Bomb Nourishing Shampoo and Hydrating Conditioner ($30 each). FYI, a sake bomb is a drink that is much like a jagerbomb, except you'd replace the jager with sake and Redbull with a glass of beer. 

Thank goodness the DryBar Sake Bomb Shampoo and Conditioner smell nothing like sake or beer. 


Both products have a light, pleasant soapy scent that I think both men and women could appreciate. 

DryBar says that the Sake Bomb Shampoo is "a nourishing shampoo ideal for dry and/or medium-to-coarse hair and creates healthy looking strands". It's also meant to gently cleanse hair leaving a hydrated, shiny finish. Gentle, it is. The DryBar Sake Bomb Shampoo lathers into light, airy and moisturizing suds. 

DryBar says that the Sake Bomb Conditioner is meant to detangle while preventing damage from pulling to yield smooth, soft, bouncy, and frizz-free voluminous hair. When using this conditioner, I found myself trying to use my fingers to comb through my hair because the Sake Bomb Conditioner didn't do all the work for me. It's a light amount of hydration that doesn't leave hair feeling weighed down. 

In combination, I really enjoyed the Sake Bomb Shampoo and Conditioner. During the time that I used the pairing, I experienced absolutely no split-ends, frizz, or excessive oiliness. The paired with the cool branding and the cruelty-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free and phthalate-free stance of DryBar, the Sake Bomb Shampoo and Conditioner a solid hair duo. 

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