3 Best Dry Shampoos -- and the 2 Worst
See which hair care products will become your dirty-hair lifesavers -- and which won't rescue you from the grease
Why it's great: Many readers find that this is the only shampoo they've tried that they "love, love, love." Reviewers appreciate that the texture is light and "doesn't give you the dreaded 'powdered wig' look." The product also "has a mild, pleasant fragrance" that won't overwhelm you throughout the day. One Klorane enthusiast gushes, "Not only does the product get rid of any greasiness, I feel like it really does make my hair look as if I just showered and blow-dried. It seems to add a little volume, too, which is always a plus!" Though this dry shampoo is slightly pricier than other, more common brands, it seems to do "exactly what it says." Can you ask for more?
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