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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.
My first time using a dry shampoo... Not bad, but not sure it does the job.3
I really want to like dry shampoo. I have normal to dry hair, so I don't wash my hair every day. When I used this product -- maybe I didn't use enough of it? Cause my hair didn't look any fuller or shiner or whatever. It looked exactly the same. I'm going to keep using my sample, though -- cause it didn't make my hair look any worse either. Maybe I'll figure out the correct balance.3
Some people love dry shampoo and think it is the best thing to happen since sliced bread so when I received this sample I was excited to give it a try. It seems to be a compressed powder of sorts that you spray in the roots of your hair, let it set a couple minutes then brush it through. Now, I definitely like this stuff better than any of those foam "dry shampoos" because it doesn't make my hair wet and matted. BUT. That being said, I did feel like this left a weird texture in my hair once it had been brushed through, almost like that texture your hair gets after sleeping on it when you've got a little hairspray in it. It feels a little stiffer and gets a bit of a rough texture.
I also don't particularly have greasy or oily hair and I could see this definitely being loved by people who use dry shampoos on a regular basis. I've used it twice and will keep using it to see if maybe I just need to get the hang of it.
I'm not crazy about dry shampoo. I have tried several. And I preffer another brand.3
This shampoo worked great on absorbing the oils from my very oily hair but there was no significant volume added. The sent is light and floral, not my favorite. I prefer my cheaper dry shampoo.3
Having never used a dry shampoo before, I thought this product was great. However, my hair is very curly and I never brush it except right after a shower (otherwise it just turns into a poofy mess). For me, it was hard to brush out the product without either making knots where I stopped brushing, or making my hair so out of control that I needed a shower just to tame it! I need to think of a way to solve this, but the product itself was great!3
Not my favorite dry shampoo. It did add lots of body to my hair, but left a baby powder like finish, depute brushing.3
I tried this one out a few times, and it seemed to stick in my hair more than most dry shampoos. I brushed and brushed and brushed, trying to get it out, and it was still obviously in my hair. Maybe fine for a blonde, but certainly not okay for a dark brunette!3
I use dry shampoo a few times a week and was very excited to use this product. that being said, I wasn't super wow-ed by the performance of the product, or at least not nearly as much as other reviewers. it works similarly to the one I currently use, but at a higher price point, so I think i'll stick with what's been working. I was using the product in a particularly dry and cold atmosphere (trip to quebec), so maybe that affected its performance, but I just didn't think it was amazing, nor did it soak up the oils as well as other ones I've used.3
I think that this product would be good for a greasy emergency but I am not sure that I would have the need to use it regularly.3