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
See the list of the best and worst dry shampoos now.
Typically, dry shampoos come in spray or powder form, and not only soak up oil, but also clean hair, water-free, and leave you smelling fresh. Plus, for those of you who have the time to wash your hair every day (or just happen to be a little less tolerant of dirt), dry shampoos also give your hair a volume boost. At least, that's what the good dry shampoos do. Not all dry shampoos are created equal -- and our readers can attest to that. In fact, they've been quite vocal about the dry shampoos that forever simplify their lives, which ones are just aiight, and which ones fall flat.
This roundup includes the very best and absolute worst of dry shampoos. Keep clicking to see which brands you need to work into your routine, and which ones just aren't worth the trouble.
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