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Since moving into my own home, one thing which I can never ever deal with is being ill. I think by the end of it I start to do my own head in. I couldn't tell you what's been wrong with me over the last week. Now I have been going to work over the last week, which I know I shouldn't have, but hey ho. There is a purpose to this lengthy introduction - one thing which when I'm ill I can never be bothered with and that is washing my hair. Disgusting I know.

Over the last week I've been reaching for my trusty Co Lab Sheer Invisible dry shampoos, in an attempt to make me feel half human. Normally I reach for these as an alternative to my Paul Mitchell Dry Wash Waterless Shampoo (review here), as they give more volume in my fine hair rather than clean it. Normally when I was my hair, I prefer to dry and style it, otherwise I look like a scarecrow. However over the last week I've been going to bed with wet hair and literally attempting to tame it the next day. This is where Co Lab have been working wonders - I'm finding that it's giving my hair some volume and grit to style my hair.

If you're not a fan of dry shampoo and are looking for an alternative product to help with back combing etc, I would recommend Co Lab. The only downside of this, is that some of the scents are far too overpowering and just make me want to avoid them. Personally my favourites are Tokyo and London - not too over powering and the scent doesn't last long on your hair. Another thing about the range, is the fact that this won't break the bank (it's near enough always on offer in Superdrug) and you can buy miniatures of all the fragrances. I know to some this is a given, however trying to find a mini Bastiste in a fragrance which you like is a task within itself. Are you a fan of the Co Lab range?