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The longtime choice of celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger, this dry shampoo, specially formulated for oily hair, has been praised for its versatility as a grease buster, volumizer, and waterless cleanser. Made with amplifying rice starches, vitamins, and calming nettle extracts, this ultrafine powder spray leaves nary a trace of residue behind This dry shampoo it soaks up oil, revives second-day hair, boosts volume, extends the life of blowouts, and doubles as a texturizing aide.The best part? This hardworking dry shampoo is clinically proven to absorb excess oils and tamp down sebum production after 3 months of continuous use.
I did like this product but the bottle was empty after six uses. I will not purchase again as it would barely last me a month.1
Pro's: Fly-aways were tamed and "bed head" look gone
I brushed my hair for 5 minutes after the 2 minute wait period and had a white powder residue look at my roots that did not go away until I washed my hair. I have reddish brown hair so the white was noticable.
My hair felt greasier than prior to using.
I am very athletic and during my work out was sweating the product out, and because of the left over residue it was running down my face.
Not for me.
I have oily roots and sadly this product did not work. It took a lot of product to absorb the oil and the bottle only last a few days. If you have oily roots and dry ends I would suggest going with a powdered dry shampoo.1
I've used a lot of dry shampoos and have to say this is my least favorite. I've never had one that left so much residue that it looked like I had dandruff. I'll stick to the cheaper drug store brands!1
This is terrible! It leaves your hair feeling chalky, and left a white residue on my hair. That was even after "massaging", it into my roots. It is very possible i wasn't using it right but regardless i didn't like the way my hair felt chalky and stiff.1
I had high hopes for this after watching a tutorial on using dry shampoo. It just didn't work out for me. It leaves a white residue in my blonde hair, it doesn't really do much, and I'm not a fan of the scent. Maybe the regular version would be better because I don't have oily hair but overall, this was a big disappointment. I'd do better using baby powder!2
I liked this when I got it in my sampler box, but then I purchased the full size product and, although I still liked the product, I found that the full size, full price product had about 4 more uses than the small, travel size product. I will not buy this again. It was a waste of money.2
Again, just another dry shampoo that leaves my hair still needing a real wash. I have fine, thin hair so I try to wait and wash every other or every 2 days and instead use dry shampoo. But I have yet to find one that I think works well.
I have never before sampled a dry shampoo. I followed the directions, but even with thorough brushing, it was hard to escape the "powdered wig" look to my hair. My hair tends to be dry, so perhaps the shampoo could not find enough grease to cling to. The IDEA of a dry shampoo is appealing; the results were unappealing.2
I wouldn't say the product was horrible, it did it's job. I am not the biggest dry shampoo wearer. I liked the fresh scent and how light it felt on my hair/scalp. Did not feel like it was weighing me down.2