Sunday, October 17

Best and Worst Dry Shampoos

Best and Worst Dry Shampoos
See which products will become your dirty-hair lifesaver and which actually makes your hair greasier.

Do you find that you have zero time to wash and dry your hair every day? Or do you just loathe the process and want to minimize your hair care and hairstyling time? If you answered yes to either question, you're probably the perfect candidate for dry shampoo. If you're already a fan, then we hope to expand your dry shampoo horizons a bit or validate your recent purchase. But, if you've never tried it, then you are so missing out because it is -- without a doubt -- a life changing hair care product.

Typically, it comes in a spray or powder form and not only soaks up oil, cleans hair sans water and leaves hair smelling lemon-y or floral-y fresh (i.e. not dirty-smelling), but also gives your hair a boost of volume. Well, that's what it's supposed to do anyway … you see, not all dry shampoos are created equal and our readers can attest to this. In fact, they are quite vocal about the hair care products that have forever simplified their lives, which ones are just OK and which ones make their hair look and feel even dirtier. Let's take a sneak peak of their mixed reviews:

"I still noticed greasiness even after I had just applied it …"
"My boyfriend said it smelled like bug spray …"
"This stuff was a nightmare!"
"I will never stop using this product …"
"It deserves a 10 …"
"Changed my life!"

There's quite a range of feedback on these hair care products, as you can see. So, you'd better check out the products they're referring to so you know which ones you should run (not walk) to the beauty aisle to stock up on and which ones you should avoid.

Check out our roundup of the best and worst dry shampoos according to our readers.
By Molly Roemer


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