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Klorane's dry shampoo is such a star, were convinced it deserves its own spot on the Hollywood Beauty Walk of Fame. The longtime choice of celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger, its been praised for its versatility as a grease buster, volumizer, and waterless cleanser (no wonder it snagged Allure's Best of Beauty Award). Made with softening oat milk extracts, plus corn and rice starches, this ultrafine powder spray leaves nary a trace of residue behind. It performs a heroic array of functions: It soaks up oil and sweat from your roots and helps revive second day hair, amps up volume and helps extend the life of blowouts, and can be used as a texturing aide when you're trying to perfect a tricky updo.
When my hair has been straightened, this does an ok job keeping it from looking greasy or limp on day 2. Miracle worker? No. Comparable to a fresh wash? Also no.2
I just have a really bad habit of showering every morning and not feeling clean if I don't, so dry shampoos do nothing for me. I really want them to make my head and face feel like they do when I get out of the shower and they never do and I just feel dirty still.2
I have thin blonde hair, so I have tried lots of different dry shampoo products since my hair gets oily fast. But, no matter how little I used or how much I brushed my hair out afterwards (even with waiting the 2 minutes), it left my hair looking dull and ashy. It was very easy to use though, and the smell was great.2
I have fine hair and it's been really humid recently, which might be why I didn't think this is spectacular. I had to use A LOT of the dry shampoo for my hair to look decent. The sample only last two times. The smell wasn't exactly pleasant, either - smelled a bit like chemicals. I wouldn't suggest this product for fine hair.2
I just used this as I was getting ready for work, (I was running late) and thought, "Oh, I can't shower, this will be perfect!" I was wrong. I waited the time, and still, the white residue didn't come out. I had to put my hair up in a high bun to try and hide some of the residue that wouldn't come out, (even when I put a bit of water on, it wouldn't come out.) It did work, but the residue was a no-go for me. Also, holy loud noise when you use it. It woke my boyfriend up in the other room, and said, "what the heck was that?!"
This would probably work best with people with blonde hair, not a dark brunette like me, if it leaves this residue.
This made my hair white and powdery and I had to brush it for a while before it looked decent enough to leave the house. I purchased the LuLu Organics dry shampoo and I prefer that.2
Not my favorite dry shampoo but it got the job done.2
Ok... but not great! I've never really found a dry shampoo that I really love! I think my hair is too curly. Needs to be washed with wet shampoo.2
I've become something of a dry shampoo aficionado, trying a new brand each time I run out of the old one, so I was happy to find this is my new BB. The two things I always look for are the residue left behind and the smell. This Klorane product left behind none of that chalky residue, even before brushing out, which is great on my dark hair. And the smell was lovely, light and without any alcohol scent underneath the other fragrance. I'd definitely purchase if it was more comparable in price to the other over-the-counter products I've found that can work just as well. Dry shampoo just doesn't last long enough on my long hair to spend more for a nicer scent, when it doesn't work any better and I find I have to use quite a bit of it.2
I guess it works fairly as a oil absorber, but what good is a shampoo if you don't like the way your hair smells? Also, this may sound strange, but "Klorane" reminded me of "chlorine" and that's just not a good association.2