I Challenge You to A Rock N’ Roll Duel!

I Challenge You to a Rock n Roll Duel!

Some of the awesome Tigi Rockaholic products

Having short, styled hair, I really can’t get away with not completing my daily shaping routine unless I opt to wear a hat (or a paper bag). I fight with my tresses on a regular basis and have finally found something that guns down oil while lifting my roots – Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo. The weightless formula does wonders for my fine hair and absorbs oil like a Wild West cactus. Between the awesome root lifting action and the fact that I don’t have to ruin my locks with over-washing, Rockaholic has made me a maverick at morning punctuality and trendy hairdos!

Worried about powdery residue? The Rockaholic products have come far compared to the PSSSST! products of the 70’s or the straight-up talc used in the 50’s. Although it is still made with a talc base, Rockaholic Dry Shampoo coordinates volumizing agents with an oil prevention serum that guarantees a powdery free outcome.

Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo is in stock and available on our website! While you’re there, check out the other Rockaholic products – they’re super sweet and will definitely help you shoot out bad hair days forever!

2 Responses

  1. I love the punk out molding gunk. It is the best product i have tried for separating and styling. I would highly recommend it !!
    rock on!!!

  2. This is Very good stuff. It takes away that lousy “I just washed my hair and can’t do a thing with it”. Makes my thick hair much more manageable and I cannot wait to try the other products.

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