Dry shampoo! What's your go to?

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Dry shampoo! What's your go to?
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#1

I’m a bit of a self-confessed dry shampoo whore! :laughing:
When you have hair as thick as mine, which I constantly have to straighten, washing can become such a chore.

I’ve got about 3 different dry shampoos on the go at the moment. Still trying to nail the perfect one. It’s a struggle to find the balance between what works best, what smells nice and what doesn’t leave a powdery residue on my black hair!

What’s your favourite go to for dry shampoo? Here’s where I’m at right now…

  • Klorane - I’ve used this for a long time. I love the scent, I love the clean factor but even the brunette friendly version leaves a powdery residue in my hair that’s hard to shake out

  • A’kin - I stumbled on this one as a cheapie and thought I’d give it a go. Works well but the scent really wasn’t working for me

  • Wella - This is my fave so far. No residue, works well, nice subtle, fresh scent. Just a little more expensive unfortunately but maybe it’s worth the extra few $$s?


#2

I like Klorane as well! The scent is completely inoffensive and super fresh.

What scent is the A’kin one?

I’m lucky to have blonde hair so I don’t have issues with colour, but it’s thin so I end up using HEAPS of dry shampoo everyday. I am not very cost effective with it :joy_cat:


#3

Evo water killer is the BEST. It is sort of a cross between dry shampoo and hairspray so it feels less talc-y than others, and also adds volume.

I also like Kevin Murphy Doo Over and Kerastase VIP Volume in Powder spray. But they are more towards the hairspray end of things.


#4

Ooh I’ll have to try. I’m definitely an Evo fan. I’ve not come across ‘water killer’ yet though. I’ll pop it on the wishlist. :heart_eyes:


#5

Oooo thanks for the hot tip Kate.


#6

Would have to give a BIG thumbs up to Evo Water Killer. I used to wash my hair daily but since using this , can take it back to once a week! Also has a kind of styling element, smells good (doesn’t compete with fragrance) and guess what? No residue. Ran out recently and grabbed a can of Klorane - sorry but no comparison. Love love love :sunglasses:


#7

Macadamia Professional Style Extend Dry Shampoo ( The rice and potato starches in this dry shampoo are key ingredients to absorb excess oils)