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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.
The scent of this stuff was so terrible and strong. I won't be buying.3
Smells nice and doesn't turn hair white with the spray (as other products can). Will really consider using dry shampoo more now.4
I currently use a different dry shampoo that I like better than this one, but it does the trick.4
Left my hair shiny and soft without being oily. I will likely purchase this product.4
This product works well but it smells very clinical or medicinal. For me, it didn't work that well that I would sacrifice a good smelling dry shampoo for this one.3
This stuff is great for my oily roots, but it does take some effort to rub into my hair. Overall though, I can overlook that since this works so well.4
I have very fine, thin hair and most dry shampoos do not work well on me. I've tried at least 10 and this is the first one I've ever had success with! This will be my new go-to!!5
Good for Oily hair. Nothing special about the smell but it's not bad.5
I must admit that I remember when dry shampoo was popular in the 1970's and it surprised me at it's back again. Well, I'm glad it's around once again and it's a great quick-fix when needed.4
I am a huge fan of dry shampoo. I cannot go 24 hours with out washing my hair or using dry shampoo. I normally use a different (and much cheaper) brand that works wonderfully, but I figured I would give this a try. Its smell isn't anything to write home about, but it gets the job done very well. Its good if you have a light to medium amount of oil in your hair that you want to get rid of, and good for touch-ups throughout the day, but in my opinion it isn't any better than the dry shampoo I already use. It's also a bit harder to brush out than my other brand; I have really long hair so if I'm wasting time trying to get dry shampoo out of my hair I may as well have washed it with shampoo.4