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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.
I use the Amika dry shampoo and the more samples I get of dry shampoo, the more I think Amika is the best thing ever. This would come in second place so far because I like having dry shampoo in a spray bottle and because this does work. However, this turns your hair white initially and after I brushed it threw my hair, my black brush was white. That's just a little more mess than I need to deal with in the morning.
The smell is nice too.
Chalky, even when I brushed it. I usually have to use a product that is for brown hair, nice scent though for sure, and effective.3
Left some weird white residue in my hair that was sort of hard to wash out, but otherwise very effective!3
I am not a fan of dry shampoos but keep getting them in my boxes. This one seems to work well though and I don't mind the scent. Might try it out again.3
This product really didn't do anything for me, my hair didn't freshen that much and my drug store brand seemed to work better.3
I was unsure about this product as I never use dry shampoo. I have very oily hair and have to wash it daily or it looks gross. I ended up trying it and it did make my hair look better. Not like I just washed it but it did help with the oil. I would use this in the future if I didn't have time to wash my hair but needed it to look like I did.3
Though it wasn't offensive and easy enough to use... I don't think I'd use a dry shampoo. I have tried them in the past and just prefer a real wash. Oh well.3
I use dry shampoo all the time and this one was about the same, the key is to not not NOT touch your hair after you spray it in (at the roots) for 2 or 3 minutes. I use this time to do moisturizer, make-up, contact lenses, whatever, but you have to give it time to soak in all the oils on your scalp before you brush it or style it.
I felt this one still left my hair shiny, which was an unexpected bonus (as others look more matte, which provides a more 'just washed' look, which is good, but so is a sleek professional feel).
Dry shampoo is the best for day 2 and 3 after a wash, which is also the best time to try a more complicated updo.
I think this dry shampoo smells nice and seems to work well. My only issue is that the spray nozzle was so loud that I was scared to use too much because I was worried a lot of product was coming out. I'm not sure if it actually was, but I would need to get used to it. Great product though!3
I have very thin, oily hair so I have to wash it every morning. Some mornings I just don't have it in me and I resort to dry shampoo. Most just sort of slid around on my head and make my hair appear oilier. This is one of those.3