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We don't want our second-day hair to look greasy—but we don't want that tell-tale dry shampoo residue, either. The solution? Oscar Blandi's Pronto Dry Shampoo Invisible Spray, which revives dirty hair with a totally transparent, lightweight formula—making it great for hair of any color. Plus, it leaves strands smelling first day-fresh, thanks to its zesty lemon verbena scent.
One of the only dry shampoos I've used that didn't leave a very noticeable residue. Love love love this5
this was such a great product to receive! it works wonders and makes me feel and look flawless. Good for day and night time application for a great feel!5
This was another product I received in my monthly Birchbox, and when I used the sample, I was very pleased so I ordered the full size. But the more I used it, the more I found my fine hair was getting weighed down. Especially for the price, there are much better, cheaper brands out there. I would recommend passing on this one. Try Living Proof or R+Co2
Nice dry shampoo that works and doesn't leave flakes behind.5
Yes I have them all! This was great for my blonde hair. No sticky stiffness. Just a nice refresh to save a shampoo in a pinch. Love the smell5
I really like this product! I use it all the time, and I highly recommend it to others!5
Luv dry shampoos use them all the time and this one is awesome5
I try not to wash my hair too often, so dry shampooing is the norm for me! I love that this doesn't leave my hair white5
First off dry shampoo is really for used for making sure you hair doesn't look greasy. Also to make sure your head doesn't smell. I have used a lot of different dry shampoo brands. Oscars by far is the best. I am not 100% on the lemon smell but it works so good it doesn't matter. It's light weight and covers the oil.4
This works ok as a dry shampoo, I just don't like the fragrance. I wish the fragrance was a bit more fresh, maybe floral.3