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In a perfect world, we'd have time to shampoo our strands more than once a week. (We’d also sleep eight hours a night and hit the gym instead of the snooze button.) But for all those occasions when life intervenes, this revitalizing dry shampoo is our secret weapon. The powdery formula revives second-day strands and beyond, absorbing excess oil to provide instant lift.
I liked this dry shampoo but it left behind a white residue. It could be because I have dark brown hair but this product just wasn't for me. I would recommend it for people with lighter colored hair!4
i use dry shampoo frequently and enjoyed this product. Would recommend for use in the future. good smell and look4
I really like this dry shampoo. It builds lots of volume and can revive even the worst rats nest into a sexy bed head, however I have two small problems with it. 1. This product leaves copious amounts of white residue on my very dark locks. I have to check and recheck that it is all blended in and 2. It doesn't have the best sent on the market. I will keep it among my dry shampoos, however it isn't my number one. I think formulas have changed since this first came out and there are texturizing sprays and other dry shampoos that can give the same or better results without the white powdery aftermath.3
Not the best for fine hair, but I loved the smell! It felt like it weighed it down and was hard to brush out. Maybe I applied too much but my hair felt chalky from root to tip. Brushing it out wasn't ideal either, my brush struggled to comb this product out.2
This stuff had a very harsh chemical spray and left some residue in my hair, and at this price range their are plenty of other better products out their.1
I like Batiste better, especially for the price. This is now my "if I run out" dry shampoo but the smell alone is off-putting.3
I received this in a Birchbox awhile ago and I've since repurchased multiple times. It give great texture to my fine hair and smells awesome. I feel it does a better job than the Oribe Dry Texture Spray. Don't get me wrong, Oribe is awesome but for some va-va-voom I reach for this.5
This made my hair have a ton of build-up. It was also hard to brush out. No bueno for fine hair.1
This stuff is pretty awesome. It smells great and works likes dream getting the oiliness out of your hair. My hair is super thin and even when I wash it, from time to time it still has oil spots... This stuff worked well for me to spray and then proceed to straighten my hair (which a lot of dry shampoos don't work well with after spray styling).5
This does a great job absorbing excess oil, but was not right for my hair texture. Curly hair needs to maintain as much oil as possible, which is why we curly girls suffer from dry ends. This made my hair feel dry and sort of straw-like.2