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The longtime choice of celebs, this dry shampoo has been praised for its versatility as a grease buster, volumizer, and waterless cleanser. Made with softening oat milk extracts, plus corn and rice starches, the ultrafine powder spray leaves nary a trace of residue behind. It not only soaks up oil and sweat from your roots but also helps revive second day hair, amp up volume, extend the life of blowouts, and add texture when you're trying to perfect a tricky updo.
I do not use this product in my regular hair care routine.1
I should begin this review by saying that dry shampoos are not part of my normal routine. I have oily hair and I prefer to wash it on most days. However, I've tried all of the dry shampoos that I have received as samples and I will occasionally use them, so I've held on to other samples. The Klorane sample is one that I'm not impressed with at all. I have medium brown hair with blonde highlights and the product did not easily brush out. It left a powdery film that made my hair look dull and my normally soft hair, felt course. This is a sample that I'm tossing, rather than finishing, which is rare for me.1
I hate it all. Stop sending. Stop stop stopI hate it all. Stop sending. Stop stop stop1
I hate dry shampoo, I always give it 1 star and explain how much I hate it so that I wont get it again. However I still get dry shampoo almost every month.1
My hair is dark brown. It works but left white residue in my hair.1
I decided to give this a try before going out as I am a stay at home Mother of a 2 year old. I sprayed into my roots and attempted to style. It made my hair feel dry and within 10 minutes I noticed I now had gray roots. My hair is black and I immediately had to wash out.1
I understand that tons of you gals love dry shampoo, but honestly it does nothing but make my fine, thin hair look heavy and greasy.1
The dry shampoo isn't geared towards my thick curly hair. It actually left white marks that I couldn't get to disappear without water.1
Nothing special about this and it left my hair looking a funny color despite brushing it out. I think Batiste is better and cheaper.1
I don't use this type of product. I prefer regular shampoo.1