Sometimes you want to wash your hair without actually getting your hair wet. Dry shampoos are made out of an oil-absorbing powder that can soak up any extra grease or dirt in your locks and make them fresh and clean again, all without water.
If you’re looking for a low-maintenance solution to keeping your hair clean, we’ve rounded up some of the best dry shampoos out there that are worth a look.
Batiste Dry Shampoo
Batiste Dry Shampoo is a simple but strong contender. Simply spray the product on your hair, and brush to achieve the full effect; it removes oil and grease and adds body and texture to your hair to make your hair appear fuller. While many dry shampoos do leave residue, this has a great track record of not leaving tons of buildup in the hair, even with minimal brushing. Which can help you avoid having to use a dandruff shampoo in the long run.
Hair Dance Volumizing Dry Shampoo
Hair Dance Volumizing Dry Shampoo is non-aerosol, all natural, vegan, and cruelty free. The amount of powder is regulated by partially twisting the cap open.
To ensure the best results, lightly tap on the bottle to disperse powder onto the hair roots then gently rub in. While initially creamy white, light beige, or oatmeal in color, the powder becomes translucent while absorbing excess oil from the scalp.
OGX Refresh Argan Oil of Morocco Dry Shampoo
OGX Refresh Argan Oil of Morocco Dry Shampoo is infused with super-ingredient argan oil and silk proteins, absorbs oils, and is said to revitalize and add texture to your hair. The light and creamy texture is sprayed onto the hair, and combed through either with a brush or your fingers. Argan Oil shampoos also double as fairly decent hair loss shampoo.
Washing, blow-drying, and styling your hair on a daily basis can definitely seem all-consuming, particularly if you are active and on-the-go. However, finding the product that works for you can be a challenge.
We have found two aerosolized options as well as one powder-based all-natural dry shampoo to refresh your hair between shampoos.
Overall, it is important to note that dry shampoos should not be a replacement for actual hair cleansing and clarifying with shampoo, and is most effective for hair that naturally holds a lot of oil.
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