Top 5 Dry Shampoos

I Feel like Dry shampoo although not a recent invention has only recently become popular in the last few years. It used to be only a few random brands carried a dry shampoo in their lines but now just about every hair care line offers something to the effect of a dry shampoo. The days of only washing my bangs in the bathroom sink (yes I used to do this and don’t lie you probably resorted to this a time or two) or using the old school trick of baby powder are now long gone. I’m not sure why this wasn’t a popular product sooner! It’s literally something I reach for just about every day. I try to only wash my hair every other day so I use dry shampoo on my in-between days. Sometimes if I feel my hair is lacking volume and texture I will use my dry shampoo to give it back some oomph. Dry shampoo really has become a life saver for me over the last few years. With my excessive use of dry shampoo in mind I thought I would share the best ones I have tried!



1.Not Your Mothers: Clean Freak Dry Shampoo $5.99 - This has been a recent discovery for me and I am so glad my local grocery store has started to carry this line because they can basically do no wrong. This product does the perfect job of drying up excess oils without completely drying out my hair and scalp. The scent is pleasant and the formula leaves no trace of the dreaded white residue. What more could a girl need, did I mention it’s also extremely affordable?!

2.Sauve - If you are extremely oily prone then this will be your go to product. This by far is the best at oil absorbing but be warned if you are heavy handed with the spraying you will have overly dried out hair and scalp. The scent is a bit strong but it isn’t something that would keep me from purchasing. overall this dry shampoo is my trusty stand by. I always have a bottle of this in my cabinet. This retails for around 3 dollars and is always readily available at grocery stores.

3.Herbal Essence Color Me Happy Dry Shampoo: Out of all the dry shampoos I have ever used this is by far the best smelling. If you get moderately oily hair this would be a great product to try. Also if you color your hair this product is part of the color safe line by Herbal Essence. This one is a bit harder to find in stores but still comes in affordably around the 6 dollar mark.

4.TIGI Bed Head Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo $21.99: This one is in the higher end price range for dry shampoos but is completely worth the price. It works wonders on cleaning your hair and gives great volume at the same time. If you have the extra money to spend I would check this one out.

5.Batiste A Hint of Color Dry Shampoo $8.99: This is a great option for the dark haired girls! It’s tinted so no worries of white residue here! This comes in a blonde, brunette, and red formula. Again this one does a great job of leaving your feeling clean and fresh.

Are you a dry shampoo addict like me? Leave me a comment, I would love to hear your favorite brands!

Top 5 Dry Shampoos

I Feel like Dry shampoo although not a recent invention has only recently become popular in the last few years. It used to be only a few random brands carried a dry shampoo in their lines but now just about every hair care line offers something to the effect of a dry shampoo. The days of only washing my bangs in the bathroom sink (yes I used to do this and don’t lie you probably resorted to this a time or two) or using the old school trick of baby powder are now long gone. I’m not sure why this wasn’t a popular product sooner! It’s literally something I reach for just about every day. I try to only wash my hair every other day so I use dry shampoo on my in-between days. Sometimes if I feel my hair is lacking volume and texture I will use my dry shampoo to give it back some oomph. Dry shampoo really has become a life saver for me over the last few years. With my excessive use of dry shampoo in mind I thought I would share the best ones I have tried!



1.Not Your Mothers: Clean Freak Dry Shampoo $5.99 - This has been a recent discovery for me and I am so glad my local grocery store has started to carry this line because they can basically do no wrong. This product does the perfect job of drying up excess oils without completely drying out my hair and scalp. The scent is pleasant and the formula leaves no trace of the dreaded white residue. What more could a girl need, did I mention it’s also extremely affordable?!

2.Sauve - If you are extremely oily prone then this will be your go to product. This by far is the best at oil absorbing but be warned if you are heavy handed with the spraying you will have overly dried out hair and scalp. The scent is a bit strong but it isn’t something that would keep me from purchasing. overall this dry shampoo is my trusty stand by. I always have a bottle of this in my cabinet. This retails for around 3 dollars and is always readily available at grocery stores.

3.Herbal Essence Color Me Happy Dry Shampoo: Out of all the dry shampoos I have ever used this is by far the best smelling. If you get moderately oily hair this would be a great product to try. Also if you color your hair this product is part of the color safe line by Herbal Essence. This one is a bit harder to find in stores but still comes in affordably around the 6 dollar mark.

4.TIGI Bed Head Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo $21.99: This one is in the higher end price range for dry shampoos but is completely worth the price. It works wonders on cleaning your hair and gives great volume at the same time. If you have the extra money to spend I would check this one out.

5.Batiste A Hint of Color Dry Shampoo $8.99: This is a great option for the dark haired girls! It’s tinted so no worries of white residue here! This comes in a blonde, brunette, and red formula. Again this one does a great job of leaving your feeling clean and fresh.

Are you a dry shampoo addict like me? Leave me a comment, I would love to hear your favorite brands!

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