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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.
This product seemed to be well-packaged and natural however I don't use dry shampoo.3
I wasn't overly thrilled with this dry shampoo. Any of that I have used tends to overly dry out my hair and leaves a residue.3
Interesting to try but not something I'd use regularly.3
I had high hopes for this dry shampoo since I've plenty of reviews on it and seems to be an all around favorite. I wasn't that impressed... My go-to dry shampoo is much more effective at absorbing oil and freshening up my do. Left a filmy residue as well as the oil that I already had in my hair... Not for me!3
I am not a fan of dry shampoo, it never has really worked for me. This product though is actually pretty effective.3
I agree with others that the dry shampoo left my hair feeling dry, but it also did add volume to my roots. By the end of the day, I am not so sure that my hair looked that great.3
I am a newbie to dry shampoo and really feel like there is a learning curve on how to work with it. I'm still learning. Once I master it, then this product may be for me.3
I have thin, fine hair and have to shampoo every day. Dry shampoo doesn't really do much for me, but I did try this out as a refresher after work and found that it did give my hair nice bounce and volume. However, I didn't like the chalky residue. It made my roots look grey and I had to brush it a lot and it still didn't entirely go away. I think my hair is just to fine to hide that aspect of the product.3
This dry shampoo was good and did the job, but for $20 I can buy 4 bottles of Psssssst which works just as well.3
I have thinner hair that I need to wash almost every day so the dry shampoo doesn't appeal to me, but it does work well and smells great.3