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That new L'Oreal clay shampoo is the saviour of greasy-haired Irish gals

PRAISE BE!

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WOMEN OF IRELAND, rejoice.

A shampoo has come along that seems to go some way in addressing the problems of :

“Can I get two days out of this hair without nearly blinding myself with dry shampoo?”

“Why are my roots so greasy and my ends so, so dry?”

“Will I ever have rich-looking hair like the gals from The Hills?”

Enter, L’Oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay Re-Balancing Shampoo. Or “That New Clay Shampoo” to give it its street name.

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The shampoo (which actually comes as part of a ‘system’ involving a clay masque, a conditioner and a dry shampoo) has been racking up positive reviews since its launch earlier this year:

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I know shampoo has worked for me if my hair squeaks and this one takes no time to give me that lovely creaky feeling. Oh, to rub ones fingers on hair that sings. The simple satisfaction.

- Beaut.ie

And there’s something about the word ‘clay’ that just inspires mystifying confidence. Clay sucks out toxins and banishes bad things. Or something.

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That New Clay Shampoo is a godsend to greasy-rooted gals up and down the country and beyond :

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Be warned though…

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