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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.
Used it on my daughter who has braids in her hair..seems to work ok.3
A bit confused with this so on the second day I sprayed it mainly on my roots where my hair gets oily. But then I wished I didn't have I my work shirt because it got all over my shirt. It did seems to be ok but my ends got really frizzy. So perhaps technique I should change. If I could get that right I could see how well it would work for lazy days4
I am a dry shampoo connoisseur at this point. I have moderately curly hair but an oily scalp, so dry shampoo is a must for me -- forget daily washing! Klorane's contribution to the expensive dry shampoo canon just didn't do it for me. It gets the job done, but isn't as effective as other brands (including drug-store ones), leaves a lot of white residue at the scalp, and has a scent that's too strong for me.4
I cannot live without dry shampoo, so I'm always glad when there's one in my Birchbox. This one is light, but does the job if you use enough of it.4
I used this product as a waterless cleanser and it kept greasy hair away all day (which for my hair is no easy feat!). I also noticed that it gave my roots more volume, and didn't feel heavy or sticky. I don't LOVE the scent, but it's only one small drawback to this otherwise totally hair-worthy product! xx4
I know a lot if women rave about dry shampoo spray, i personally had never bought any so when i got my sample i gave it a try. I myself am not a fan i just dont see the point i would rather just wash my hair. But hey to each their own.4
I love dry shampoo. Most recently I've been hooked on the Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo by Living Proof. Comparatively, this one leaves a white residue on the roots that needs to be brushed out rather vigorously. However, the formula so amazing. It works really well and if I had light hair I would certainly give it a try.3
I have said it before and I'll say it again I don't like dry shampoo. I wash my hair everyday so this item in my box was not something that I ever will use. However I do always try things out once that I receive so what I used it for was like on a Saturday where I will take my shower at night instead of in the morning so in the morning I put it in my hair it left it smelling great I hate the powdery feeling though is so if you're okay with that then this is a totally great product however I like clean hair so I thought that it left my hair smelling great so you can't really smell hair but I did think that it left my hair a little startchy feeling.3
I absolutely love dry shampoo. I have tried every brand out there and, aside from Lush's and Aveda's, this may be my favorite. I have extremely thick hair and it absorbed all the oil, saving me a day's wash. Just make sure you brush it out completely because it does have a bit of a powdery residue that may show up on dark hair.5
had a weird smell that I can't describe at all. it was very powdery and white but I have lightish brown hair and it absorbed into my hair quickly when I left it for two minutes before rubbing/brushing it into my hair4