Cake Beauty Satin Sugar Glistening Dry Shampoo & Body Powder



I've said it before and I'll say it again - I can't live without dry shampoo. I realize that's a dramatic statement and sort of makes it sound as though I never shower, but I'm really not ashamed to admit dry shampoo plays a big role in my hair hygiene routine. Cake Satin Sugar Glistening is my latest dry shampoo addiction - something that really doesn't come as too big a surprise (to me, at least) since I love just about everything Cake sells.

You're likely most familiar with aerosol dry shampoos like Batiste, TRESemmé and Klorane. I'm a die hard Batiste fan but really, really like the natural effect of a powdered dry shampoo. What's even better about this particular shampoo powder is you can use it as a body powder and highlighter too. Dry shampoo and versatility in a single product? It might as well have my name stamped on the packaging because the universe made it for me.

Normally I use Satin Sugar for lighter hues but knew I had to try the Glistening product when it launched earlier this month. It has a hint of shimmer in its powder and a sweeter fragrance. So, not only does it absorb oil and refresh your locks but it also makes your hair smell delectable and restores that freshly blown out sheen you're missing if you're anything like me and haven't washed your hair for 3+ days. Something else that's awesome about this new product is how it works for both darker and lighter hues - perfect for those of us with oh-so-original ombré locks. ;)

If you're not entirely sure what the heck I'm talking about when I say shampoo powder, you should check out this video made by Cake to explain the multi-purpose product and the application steps. It's a lot easier to use than you think. The idea of anyone not having a dry shampoo in their beauty cabinet is almost incomprehensible to me!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12931072276330106309 Christy {SparklesandSpinach}

    I’ve been meaning to try this! I need a good dry shampoo and it’s hard to find one that isn’t loaded with chemicals! This sounds great!!! Happy Weekend! =)

    • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10008926220542228523 theskinnyblondegirl

      It’s really nice, Christy! The glitter in it is subtle enough to not leave you sparkling like a disco ball but definitely livens up the locks a bit more than most mattifying sprays. :)