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Think of this dry shampoo as a shot of espresso for your strands. The weightless spray absorbs excess oil and dirt, leaving locks clean and deodorized as well as lighter and softer. Made with antioxidant and fatty acid-rich obliphica oil, the formula simultaneously moisturizes and strengthens hair, repairs split ends, and enhances shine. Moreover, amika's dry shampoo relies on rice starch instead of aluminum shavings or talc, and it's safe for color-treated hair.
Please stop trying to make amika "Perk Up Dry Shampoo" happen- it's never going to happen. I don't understand how this is your "highest rated dry shampoo". What the actual....? It smells terrible, and doesn't perform well enough to compensate for the odor. Honestly, even Batiste is better.
If anyone is looking for a good dry shampoo, try the Klorane product in either scent (although I prefer nettle). It is the best one I've tried. You get what you pay for and it lasts a while.
After receiving several samples from this brand, all are just okay and have the same overbearing pungent scent. Quality is decent but does leave a chalky residue even when sprayed from 6-8 inches away from scalp.1
I am a sucker for Living Proof dry shampoo but thought "hey lets try something new" the smell if awful does an ok job of getting rid of oil but can't get over the smell! smell old ladyish1
This really didn't work for me. It left a powdery white residue on my hair, and my hair would be greasy and flat within a few minutes.1
I do not like this product. I have dark almost black hair, so it makes me look like I have salt-and-pepper hair after use.1
Not impressed. For the price of a full size bottle, I have used a more well known brand that works much better. It makes my hair feel gunky. Great smell though.1
I have straight, fine hair and love the boost to my strands dry shampoo gives. Alas, this product didn't do the job for me.
Both myself and my husband strongly disliked the scent. Also, my hair still felt limp and distasteful after use.
Love the Amikco conditioning hair masque, but I will pass on this.
I might as well have sprayed my hair with plain old air. It did absolutely nothing at all. My hair might even have been more greasy after using it.1
I've used plenty of dry shampoos in the past. These include expensive luxury brands & drug store favorites such as Suave. This one, for me, was AWFUL. After shaking the can rigorously, I applied the smallest of sprays to my scalp and the power came out stark white!!! I was unable to get the look of powder to soak into the hair line & basically ruined a fresh blow out because I then needed to wet wash the powder out!!! It smelled great, but no matter how rigorously I rubbed, teased or brushed on my scalp, the powder would not incorporate & laid on top of my hair. I have coarse hair but again, it was freshly blown out, soft & manageable. I would not recommend this at all.1
I have tried quite a few dry shampoos so that way I can have one with me as one of those "you'll never know if you need it" emergencies. And I love most every product I get from birch is and decided to give the dry shampoo a shot but I was so disappointmed. Fist if all it smelled awful. But then it also left my hair feeling so weird.1