My Top 5 Dry Shampoos

May 20
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We’ve all been there, a busy weekend turns into a crazy Monday morning, and before you know it you are running out the door to work or school without the time to wash the weekend out of your hair, so you reach for your dry shampoo of choice. There are so many options out there, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. Here are a few of my favorites (in a few different price points) for inspiration. Keep in mind these are just a few of the many awesome products on the market. Share your favorites with me in the comments!

Dry Bar – Detox Dry Shampoo -$23

This is my absolute favorite, I find myself reaching for it constantly and purchasing more whenever i can. I am telling you all, you can’t have enough of this stuff! Not only does it smell absolutely delicious, it preserves my blowouts longer than anything else I have tried. This product works for every hair type, I have thick, wavy hair and my mom has super curly and we both love it! To use simply shake, spray, allow to dry and work into hair with your fingers.

Living Proof – Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo – $23

The living proof brand is gaining more and more momentum every year, and for good reason. Their products are amazing and their perfect hair day (Phd) dry shampoo is no exception. This amazing formula leaves little to no residue on the hair and will make your hair look fabulous for days without washing. This brand also smells awesome, (although not quite as good as drybar in my opinion). Phd, like Drybar, is good for all hair types. However, according to the Perfect Hair Day website, this product actually has a time-released fragrance to keep your hair smelling awesome all day!

To use: shake well, spray in a sweeping motion, wait 30 seconds for powders to become effective and massage or brush the product through your hair.

Moroccan Oil -$26

Although this dry shampoo is somewhat pricer that the earlier options, it offers a couple of great perks! Not only are you getting a larger size (more bang for your buck anyone?) but Moroccan Oil offers two different formulas, one for dark hair tones and one for light hair tones, which cuts back on the amount of residue that can be seen after application. To use: shake, spray, allow to set/dry and massage into scalp.

Batiste – Dry Shampoo

At $7.99 Batiste’s dry shampoo is one of the most affordable options on this list, and thus is my go to quick fix dry shampoo. Its so easy and cheap to buy a few bottles of this product to put in different purses, so I always have some available for touch ups if needed. It is also one of the only products on this list to come in a variety of scents, from “Original” to “Sweetie”.

To use: shake, spray, and massage

Suave Keratine Infusion Dry Shampoo -$5

Suave’s Keratin Infusion is the most affordable option on this list. However, I love this product, because it is a lower end – drugstore option that works as a great dupe for the pricer options on this list. The other main perk of this particular product is that they have a version that is specifically made for color treated hair, which is a feature not seen in other brands, not to mention I can attest that this product WORKS and doesn’t show residue like some other drug store brands.

Do you all have a favorite go-to dry shampoo brand? Tell me about your top choices in the comments below!

Always,

Amber

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