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Klorane’s dry shampoo is such a star, we’re convinced it deserves its own spot on the Hollywood Beauty Walk of Fame. The longtime choice of celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger, it’s been praised for its versatility as a grease buster, volumizer, and waterless cleanser (no wonder it snagged Allure’s Best of Beauty Award). Year after year, it continues to outperform its rivals with its pure botanical formula.
I did not find this product effective. It left my hair very unmanageable. It was also so hard to brush out -- so it was still visible1
I tried this DRY SHAMPOO in a pinch. I've maybe used dry shampoo a handful of times in my life. The propellant smelled awful and I had to leave the bathroom. My hair is colored and this made me look greyer than I already am. The powder didn't brush out as well as I hoped and even a damp brush didn't help. I threw the rest in the trash. :(1
I don't like how sticky this feels in your hair and more than that, it stinks!1
Gotta admit, the idea of spraying stuff into my hair when it's already greasy and weighed-down doesn't really appeal to me. And the idea of doing that after a workout, rather than making use of the locker room showers, is just gross. I guess if your lifestyle doesn't permit you to wash your hair regularly, then this product may serve as an acceptable substitute. But as crazy-busy as I am sometimes (yeah we're talking up to 120 hours a week at work here), I will always make time for a shower. To be fair, I did try this product, and just didn't feel like it did anything.1
Here's the thing about shampoo, it requires water. Never got on to the dry shampoo band wagon. This made my hair feel icky. Did not like the smell or the feel.1
Leaves a heavy white cast; however, I never use dry shampoo. The scent was like baby powder talc, yuck.1
I wish people would realize that naturally curly hair is different than straight hair. Using a dry shampoo like this on my hair would just ruin the curl texture. I cannot use this product and will give it to my niece instead.1
i wasnt a fan of this product since i dont use dry shampoo1
I've never needed to use a dry shampoo. It smells nice but I just don't use it.1
Dry shampoos seem to be the new BB/CC cream - at least one of my monthly subscription boxes contains one. The problem with most of these - especially the aerosol ones like this - is that they feel like hairspray. They can be effective, but I hate the feel of it on my hair and prefer the powder kind.1