A good dry shampoo can save you a ton of time and hassle with your hair. Use it to skip a day of washing, or to add texture and volume to your hair. It also refreshes your whole look. It can be a bit tricky to get the hang of using a dry shampoo, but these tips for using them (without making a powdery mess!) will help you out.
There are so many dry shampoos on the market right now that it can be overwhelming! So I asked hair stylists for their favorite dry shampoo to help narrow down the market. Not all of their answers are salon-only products either, you can find a few of these at your local beauty supply store.
The Best Dry Shampoos 1 of 8
According to pro hair stylists, these are the dry shampoos that they use on a regular basis. If you want results, try one of these!
The Best Option for Oily Hair 2 of 8
"My favorite dry shampoo is Klorane Dry Shampoo with nettle. It's designed for very oily hair, so I use it on everyone. It has a wonderful herbal fragrance. The specially designed diffuser sprays a finer mist, which makes it easier to brush out."
- Arturo Swayze from the Arturo Salon
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle for $19.50
The One with the Freshest Scent 3 of 8
Avoid The Mess By Using A Clear Dry Shampoo 4 of 8
Try to Go Talc-Free 5 of 8
Available at Your Drug Store! 6 of 8
Make Sure to Use the Morning-After 7 of 8
"Hair Play Makeover spray by KMS California. I love it! BUT, beware of the biggest mistake lots of people make. Make sure you dry shampoo your hair the next morning after washing and styling, otherwise the product does not work appropriately.
- Natalia Lahud from Salon Sora
KMS California Hair Play Makeover Spray for $7
Different Tints for Different Hair Colors 8 of 8