There's good dry shampoo and then there's not-so-good dry shampoo. Klorane's Dry Shampoo With Nettle ($18) falls into the former. A cult classic, this spray-on is especially formulated for those with oily hair types. It's also great for those with bangs and short hair (yours truly) to keep strands looking fresher longer. Nettle works to regulate sebum production, while corn and rice starch take away that greasy, weighed-down feeling. Just spray on roots and allow it to sit for about two minutes before brushing it out. This will allow the ingredients to do their thing and prevent that telltale white-powder residue from forming. But best of all, this dry shampoo barely has a scent. This means no more gagging on overly perfumed product — or a cloud of product debris.
From making your second-day hair last longer to adding texture and volume to your strands, dry shampoo should be in everyone's beauty stash. You don't have to spend big bucks to find a bottle, though. Check out our favorite sprays that are all $10 or less, and say "so long" to sweaty strands.
Getting a magnificent head of hair can be as simple as spritzing on a dry shampoo. It was hard, but we narrowed down a few of the best: one new launch from the inventors of the accessible blowout salon Drybar, one that creates volume and lift, and one that even cleans your scalp. Yes, 'tis true. Not washing your hair was never as sexy at this.
Dry shampoo may still be a mystery to some, but for stylists (and beauty editors) this product is a hair essential. Women battling oily hair, limp strands, and just plain low on time could find relief. Don't miss out on all this superstar product has to offer. Learn five ways to bring dry shampoo into your daily styling routine after the jump.
Enter Clean Dry Shampoo ($18), which is a nice powder-based formula that actually smells fresh and soapy. It's also great for volumizing fine hair and covering up roots if you've been hitting the bleach bottle a little too hard.
For those of you like me who want that clean fresh feeling (minus any oil) and hair that smells so good you want to eat it, I turn your attention to dry shampoo. We've already talked about Oscar Blandi's Dry Shampoo and now I'd like to introduce you to my latest pick — skinnyskinny's Organic Rose and Black Pepper Dry Shampoo ($32). What I love about this dry shampoo is the fact that it goes with all hair colors — brown, black, blond, you name it. Unlike other dry shampoos that don't blend very well into your hair, with skinnyskinny's version, a little on the scalp goes a long way. Although the color is white, all you have to do is run your fingers through your hair a few times and it will easily blend in. Other pros include its spicy/floral scent and the fact that it actually adds texture and volume to your hair. I kid you not, my hair sometimes looks better after using this product than if I were to wash and blow-dry it — go figure!