Thursday, March 1, 2018

Calling All Experts...

If this could be you, then you're EXACTLY who I need to be reading here today.  :)

Hi Friends!

I'm on the hunt, on a MISSION!  A mission to find THE VERY BEST DRY SHAMPOO.  After super preliminary trials, and by this I mean living my best life with the use of dry shampoo, I know what brand I would choose as my favorite.  But I've never really compared apples to apples.  I've never taken pictures and shown my proof.  You guys!  It's like my ninth grade science project all over again, but this time the results are gonna be life changing.  Well, as life-changing as those extra minutes of sleeping in can be.  I mean the best hair days due to the BEST DRY SHAMPOO could be life changing.  Right?  At this moment, I don't even remember which laundry detergent was less flame retardant.  I typically buy my laundry detergent by how well it gets out stains AND the smell.  My ninth grade self has no clue.  BUT, this science experiment will be different.

Dry shampoo is making dreams last longer.  Am I right?  

It's my mission to find you THE VERY BEST DRY SHAMPOO on the market!  


Here are some things I'll be taking into consideration...

*How it leaves my hair feeling (by touching it)
*Price
*How it leaves my hair looking (still dirty, super clean, etc.)
*Smell
*How long it keeps my hair looking good in between washes


My plan is to spread this project out until I've had a chance to use all the different dry shampoo brands in between hair washings.  I'll blog it all, score the products, and hopefully deliver the results sooner rather than later.


This is where I need YOUR help.  I know you guys are passionate about dry shampoo.  I'd LOVE for you to share YOUR FAVORITE DRY SHAMPOO BRAND with me OR maybe you keep hearing about a certain brand and you'd love me to review it.  Just send me your recommendations!  I contemplated ordering a ton from Amazon and giving them all a shot, but decided I wanted to get my list from you. 

I'm telling you, girls!  I hoping to give you some extra minutes to your night by finding THE BEST DRY SHAMPOO.

I hope after this experiment we all feel a little more rested.  
#thoseextraminutesaddup

PLEASE help me out and share a DRY SHAMPOO brand you'd love me to review.

I'm hoping to have some life-changing results with you soon.  Thanks, girls!

XO

123 comments:

Sheaffer {Pinterest Told Me To} said...

I can't wait to see if any brunettes recommend any great ones. I've only tried 2, but neither one worked for my dark hair AT ALL. It was terrible!

Amy said...

I’ve tried several grocery store brands, but the only two that have worked for me are Living Proof (about $22) and Bastille (Target now carries it.) I seriously can’t wait for more suggestions & the results!!!

Kristen said...

Living proof!!

Talley Family said...

I love Living Proof dry shampoo. You can get in a travel size to try it out which is what I did. Good luck and can't wait to see the results?

Unknown said...

I use and love bed head oh bee hive dry shampoo. Sheaffer, I’m a dark brunette, and it’s great :)

Mix and Match Mama said...

So, my favorite is Dry Bar's Triple Sec which is not exactly a dry shampoo but works as one (as well as doing a million other great things!).

Jen V. said...

Amika Perk Up dry shampoo! I love it!

Valerie Cox said...

Batiste 100%. The price is on point, and it does great! Personally, I won't pay above $10 for dry shampoo so price really matters to me

Lisa Longoria said...

I’m a brunette but Clean Freak by Not Your Mother’s is great!

Jessica Snider said...

Living proof!!!! I'm a brunette and can't imagine not having this stocked in my cabinet.

Jessica Linhart said...

Here Is a trick bc I have hair as dark as you. Wet your roots a bit, spray, then blow dry! It doesn’t take long and gets rid of the white. Best one without a white residue is big sexy hair, gives best volume ever. Moroccan oil makes a brunette one that is good. For cheaper ones dove and suave, but you have to wet the roots.

Narci Dreffs said...

I use the Nexxus Dry Shampoo, and it’s just okay! Looking forward to reading your review!!

Murdock's mama said...

I love Kerastase Powder Bluff.

Molly said...

I use Pssst Dey shampoo and love it! I’ve heard about Amika but I haven’t tried it yet.

Kelli Beason said...

Dry Bar and Pillow Proof

Mary said...

Can’t believe no one has said this one, but bumble & bumble dry shampoo is my favorite. Followed by dry bar. I know everyone swears by batiste, but I don’t get that. It’s price is good, but doesn’t work for me. I try to spray my roots before bed, it helps keep it clean! Cannot wait to see the results.

Erin and Josh said...

Living proof! Works great and has a great smell too

Michelle said...

Batiste makes a dry shampoo for brunettes. It’s a brown color and doesn’t leave any white residue behind. Target has it. Living Proof works well for me too.

Luvs2Travl said...

KLORANE Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk! Best scent and I love that it comes in a travel size.

I also like Living Proof and Dry Bar.

Sydney said...

Batiste and Drybar dry shampoo!

Ann said...

Oribe (expensive but really good!). Brunette here too.

Hilary said...

Living proof is my favorite!

Wendy Danner said...

Oribe Gold Lust dry shampoo is my favorite and I've tried many brands. I am a brunette as well and a trick that I have found that works very well is to spray it on my scalp and wait a few minutes for it to dry. Then I comb through my hair and flip my hair upside down and turn on the hair dryer and comb my fingers through my hair. Flip up and continue with the hair dryer a minute. Comb through it and done. It looks like a fresh blow out and no traces of white spots from the dry shampoo.

Nikkikellylehman said...

Batiste dry Shampoo is the best! I'm a very light brunette and I love it. I put it on at night a lot before I go to bed. It works well, I can't feel it at all, and it's cheap!

Sara said...

I want you to try Amika. My stylist recommends it since it is talc free, but I am not sure I want to pull the price trigger on it yet.

Wendy said...

Believe it or not, Dove makes a cheap ($5, I think) dry shampoo that is the bomb! It takes away that greasy look and adds texture to your hair that will hold curls for days! I love it! I am a blonde, so I am not sure how it will work on a brunette. I recently tried batiste and it leaves so much white residue on my hair, it looks ridiculous! haha.

Rachel Dean said...

I love Batiste! Wearing it for the 2nd day in a row now haha

Laura Lively said...

Monat: The Champ Conditioning Dry Shampoo! Actually the whole Monat line is amazing and has literally changed my hair!

Karen Ward said...

Oribe Gold Lustre. I received this in February's IPSY bag and it is sooo good. I am a brunette as well. I probably won't purchase it because EXPENSIVE!! I also like Batiste and Not Your Mother's Clean Freak brands.

Rechelle Morris said...

Brunette here, I use & love Clean Freak by Not Your Mother's. I've found it to be the perfect balance between price & quality for me. Tried Living Proof & Oribe but at more than double or triple the cost of other dry shampoos it does not work 2 or 3 times better so I can't justify it. Batiste is good too.

Kelsey Eisold said...

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo, love it but pricey!

Jillian Ruchin said...

I have very dark hair and love Moroccanoil's dark tones dry shampoo! It adds days onto your hair!!!

Beth said...

I've tried the Batiste and the Clean Freak by Not Your Mother’s, but they didn't work well for me. Didn't give enough volume or feel clean after. I use Dove Refresh + Care Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo now and it's pretty decent (or at least better for me than the other 2).

Alexis deZayas said...

Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo all the way!! Only one that works for me!

Sara said...

GIOVANNI- Powder Power Dry Shampoo And Instant Volumizer- All Hair Types (1.7 Ounces

This is amazing for those of us that have light hair. I have fine, blond, oilish hair and this stuff is amazing!

John and ME said...

I use Batiste! I’m a brunette too and I have found several things that help with no white residue. First, the stuff for dark hair that’s tinted is best, but for a while I couldn’t find it. I also always spray it on at night so it has time absorb a bit. And I massage it into my scalp a little bit too. Disclaimer: I am cheap and can find this brand at TJMaxx for not much cash. So there’s that... ha!

Kerrie Melhorn said...

I am a big fan of Kristin Ess' brand - you can only find it at Target. I have brunette hair and it doesn't leave the white cast, adds just the right amount of grit, and keeps me oil free for 24 hours. I think it is $14.00, so a good mid-priced option.

xoxoo. said...

Living Proof & Batiste! Tried and true!

briannapalmucci said...

Kenra dry shampoo is my fav.. and it smells so good!

Debbie K. said...

I just started using dry shampoo when Shay first suggested it .Before that it was wash and blow dry my very fine long hair everyday. I'm not totally loving what I'm using, so I won't share the name. But I've looked up some of the brands repeated a few time here and I'll try some of those. I also can't wait to hear what you think because YES to those extra minutes in bed! Like today!

Gentel McKenney said...

I have tried so many of them, and my favorite is Monat “The Champ” dry shampoo! I would love to send you a bottle to try out and review!

Meghan Rafferty said...

Loooooove this post!! I start work at 5:30 so by the time lunch time rolls around... I'm THAT girl re-applying massive amounts of dry shampoo in the bathroom. I would love to know a brand that lasts all day! Also - I have balayage so darker hair on top with lighter on the bottom. Some early mornings when I don't work it through enough... I show up to work looking like I rolled around in flour. Keep in mind, I am one of 3 girls at my office so the oblivious men always say "what happened to your head" ha!
Any suggestions for darker hair would be great. :)

Big shout out to you Erika! Can't wait to see what the next post is on this topic :)

Andrea Turner said...

I’m a brunette who has tried several and Living Proof is my favorite!

Jessica said...

Aveda Dry Shampure is the only one I've tried and love. It is a little pricy (high $20's I believe) but it lasts forever and you buy refills for the bottle which are cheaper.

Trish said...

I love Lush "No Drought" Dry shampoo. I put it on the night before and I wake up with clean hair that has volume! It's amazing! It's a powder, so in the morning if some hasn't absorbed in I hit it with my hair dryer for a few seconds and problem solved.

Lauren said...

I think finding the right dry shampoo for you depends on your hair color and texture. I love Big Sexy Hair! I have thick dark hair. I tried Living Proof, Monat, Batiste, Amika Perk Up, baby powder.... nothing works like Big Sexy Hair for me. I have figured out that using dry shampoo at night is a game changer! I have told all of my girlfriends about it and we all swear by using it at night!!! Hope this helps!

Carolyn Vassallo said...

My top three dry shampoo brands listed below.

Each of these is sold in a mini size if you’re interested in trying:

1. Elizabeth & James Nirvana White – Mary Kate & Ashley’s grown-up, high fashion brand. I’m a big fan of this perfume scent, so I love that this product is really a 2-in-1. Gives you great hair AND leaves you smelling like an angel. I repurchase this when I feel like treating myself

2. Living Proof – You might be familiar with Jennifer Aniston’s face promoting this brand. This is probably my most frequently repurchased dry shampoo – it does a great job at really absorbing the oil in your hair, I absolutely love the clean scent, and it doesn’t leave your hair looking powdery. *Tip – often sold in bundle deals near the holidays

3. DRYBAR – This is for when you HAVE NOT washed your hair in days and you need some serious oil absorbing. If you use too much, your hair will turn white. I use this when I want to appear as if I’m functioning & put together :) – great for volume

The best affordable brand is Batiste (sold everywhere in drugstores, typically $7-9) if you use a LOT of dry shampoo on a regular basis. Various scents, also comes in darker tint to avoid the grey old lady look

Shawnee said...

Monat is probably my fav but it is expensive and doesn't last me very long since I only wash every 4-5 days. Not Your Mothers unscented is my next fav that I use when my Monat runs out. I have dark red hair and I don't have white residue with either one.

Cynthia McAnally said...

It seems like I've tried every single dry shampoo there is and NONE of them work for me. The best one though that will work for a day is the Drybar Detox for Brunettes. It smells wonderful! :) I can't wait to see what you try!

Kristen said...

I like Batiste (I like the tropical one most) and not your mothers. Also, really liking the Tresume one right now. Can't wait to see what you find!

Sarah said...

I use Batiste at night before I go to bed. I have dark hair so it doesn't matter that you can see it. Then in the am, I brush it through and leave it wavy or straighten it. If I need a little more boost at the top, I use Amika or Living Proof. I can make my hair last 4-6 days doing this!

Emily Harrison said...

I love Living Proof but can't justify the cost as often as I use it. I've started using the Dove Dry Shampoo lately and like it.

Mark said...

THANK YOU for this post! I'm a dark brunette and have yet to find one that I truly love. I've done a few from Walmart, just the basic ones like Herbal Essences, etc...

I've also done Living Proof and Dry Bar and I equally like those two. They smell great and do soak up oil, but not as well as I'd like without leaving my hair looking like it's gray. Plus, a bit pricey for my liking.

My sister in law just told me about Batiste that she bought at Walmart and RAVED about it. It's on my next Walmart shopping list!

For brunettes, I'd like to know a dry shampoo that doesn't make your hair look gray, smells great, and has a decent price!

P.S. I'm using my hubby's account, so ignore the male name...I'm all gal! :)

Jennifer DeFrancisco said...

I'm with Shay- Dry Bar Triple Sec

De De Hagstrom said...

I've used 3 different ones......lowest price point is PSSSST. It works but does leave a white powdery residue. Would use in a pinch. Next one is the LIVING PROOF and is by far my favorite. It does actually feel like it cleans your hair and I love the scent. I can go a couple more days in between washes when I use it. The most expensive one is the MONAT dry shampoo. It works fine and but isn't worth the extra expense. It is pretty pricey. So the winner is LIVING PROOF. :)
Love this experiment!!

The Mommy said...

DOVE!!!! I've tried a few and it's my fave!

daniellem02 said...

Batiste is always at tjmaxx! Dove is decent too

Kathy Cochran said...

I've tried a lot of dry shampoos and Living Proof is my absolute favorite!

Mallory Bakker said...

I have tried a lot of different dry shampoo sprays and was never felt like they made a big difference, and they also made my scalp SUPER itchy. Then I tried Bumble and Bumble Pret-A-Powder, and it's LIFE CHANGING. It's a powder so I don't get the itchiness I did with sprays, and it adds a ton of volume. I love this stuff. It's a little more expensive but lasts a long time and is so worth it.

Nicole in WI said...

As a brunette, I have trouble with a lot of them too. Living Proof is definitely the best, but pricey. My go to cheap option is Dove.

Jamie Lamb said...

No Drought - by Lush (lushausa.com) I love it!!! Lemon, grapefruit and lime oils, YUM!!!

Brandie McNeal said...

Sebastian Dry Clean Only- I get it on Amazon.. I even use it on days I was my hair but need a little more volume. Love it!

Taylor Shill said...

Living Proof Perfect Hair Day is my favorite!

V @ X-tremely V said...

I use Batiste and it is AMAZING!!! I actually use it as a texture spray too! I can go 3-4 days now in between washes! I do use the one for dark tones, but I believe product itself is the same no matter what smell or shade you get :)

Megan said...

Batiste smells good, is cheap (drugstore), and gets hair pretty clean; Elizabeth and James (black) smells really good, not cheap, ok at cleaning hair, have to really fluff it in dark hair; ouai smells good, cheap-ish (for Sephora), gets the hair clean

Emily at 'a little bit of Emily' said...

I have been using Tresemme for awhile and really like it! I got my hair done for an event a few weeks ago and the stylist used Batiste, which seems like it worked super well, too! Both have great price points!

Unknown said...

Kevin Murphy! I have dark hair and it’s the best! No white residue! You have to get it from a salon though. Sorry no Amazon 😉!

Unknown said...

I have dark hair and I use Kevin Murphy, not cheap and you have to get it at a salon that sells it. It’s worth it though!

Holley said...

I am in LOVE with MONATs dry shampoo. Smells amazing, doesn't leave a powdery residue and actually helps condition and add volume to your hair! I would love to send you more info and a free can to try!

Sara Burnette said...

Klorane is my favorite! It smells awesome and works the best out of the ones I’ve tried. https://www.klorane.com/uk-en/hair/dry-shampoos-oat/dry-shampoo

Lauren Gillaspie said...

I’ve tried quite a few and my absolute favorite is Oh Bee Hive by Bed Head. The best!

JenC said...

LOVE Dry Shampoo!! It is a MUST For any busy Momma's out there

My FAVORITE is Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo. You can buy it from Sephora. It smells amazing and works so well! I can get days without any grease. '

Also a close second is KMS Hairplay Makeover spray.

Rachel Pursley said...

Dove Dry Shampoo (it's on my Amazon Subscribe and Save order) but I want to see how it stacks up against all the others!

Amanda @ That Inspired Chick said...

I love Living Proof but I can't afford to keep that in stock. I use it way too much. haha. Batiste is my favorite. I've tried a ton and always go back to that. Have you tried the one made for blonde hair? That Inspired Chick

Hollibo said...

I like the Dove dry shampoo

Hollibo said...

DOVE dry shampoo is my favorite and I have tried a lot of them. I really don't like dry shampoo, but if I have to, I go for Dove.

Kristen said...

I use Dove Dry Shampoo. I currently use the Volumizing type. I like it okay - mainly because of the price and its availability at my local Kroger! I would really like to know what you think about the Living Proof brand. Significantly more expensive but I have heard good things. I am excited about your experiment!

Lindsay at Lindsay'sSweetWorld said...

I SO wish that I could use it, but I just can't. My hair is so fine and thin oily that it looks absolutely disgusting if I even skip one day of not washing it.

Heather Lockhart said...

I've just discovered Amika dry shampoo, and I LOVE it. The bumble and bumble powder is my 2nd favorite.

Lauren Bledsoe said...

I have tried several different dry shampoos and Batiste works the best for me and my blonde hair! I love how cheap it is, so I always buy several bottles at once so I am stocked up (:

Kelly said...

I can't wait to see your results! I've heard good things about the Dove brand but haven't tried. I'm currently using the Aveda brand and the dispenser is such a pain. I end up squirting the powder all over the vanity and not in my hair. Also, like the Batiste that you can get to match your hair color, it's an aerosol. I read somewhere that it's best to put the powder in your hair at bedtime if you plan to not wash your hair in the morning so that your hair has had time to absorb the powder and I typically try to do this.

Alayna said...

I'm on a batiste kick right now, but honestly I typically sprinkle baby powder on my roots and brush out. I'm cheap:)

Lindsey said...

I’m a blonde, and hated dry shampoo because I thought it made my hair look dull or I felt like there was residue on my scalp and I HATE that feeling. I tried the blonde Batiste dry shampoo and it is amazing. My sister taught me a trick, and it has made a huge difference. Spray the dry shampoo in your roots, rub in with your fingers, then brush your hair all over. Then, pull your hair part way up and make the top be poofy, and hold with a spring clip. Sleep with your hair like that and when you take the clip out in the morning you will have incredible volume. I can 3-4 days in between washes when before, I was an every other day girl!

Mrs W said...

I can't wait to see what you find out!! I'm a brunette so I'm always on the hunt for the perfect dry shampoo that doesn't make my hair look gray! So far, I haven't found any that I would really recommend, but I've heard a lot of good things about Amika and Living Proof. I'm really curious to try the Amika one because I tried their heat protectant and smoothing shampoo and conditioner and I loved them!! I feel like I also need their texturizing spray so I'll have to look into that, but I'll wait to read your results and go from there! :)

Kalli said...

I haven't seen anyone else mention this one yet, it's definitely a little under the radar, but it is AMAZING. I have a bottle for myself and I keep a bottle in my downstairs guest bathroom for my friends to try when they come over because I love it so much. I have had at least 15 people go buy it after I forced them to try it! Even my little brother uses it when he is over! Haha! Its the Ouai (pronounced 'way') Dry Shampoo Foam, I get it at Sephora but I'm pretty sure it's on Amazon as well. You squirt a golf ball sized amount into your palm and rub it into your roots just like you are using mouse to wash your hair. It dries in less than 30 seconds and leaves your hair feeling crazy clean and it smells insanely good. Never leaves a white cast or built up. I'm completely obsessed! For spray on options, the Living Proof and Batiste are good options, but I have noticed quite a bit of build up with the Batiste.

Allie Pacek said...

I use herbal essences or dove dry shampoos now. But I am looking for a powder dry shampoo. As I think I might be able to manage it within my hair better, I have dark brown almost black hair and it takes a lot to not make me look like I have white hair.
Cant wait to hear about this adult science project!!

{SweetTennesseeBlog} said...

I can offer no suggestions for the brunettes.. However-- BABY POWDER , in my opinion is the best.. it has to be the kind WITH CORN STARCH- in my trials it doesn't matter if it name or store brand as long as it has the corn starch in it... I use it at night and again in the morning -- just a little and it soaks up the oil. For volume and umph, I like dove for spray or the Blow Dry - faux Dry which is powder.

Jody said...

I'm a regular Living Proof and Dry Bar user. I love the smell of Dry Bar. I've been super curious about Lauren Scrugg's Stranded though. There are formula's for blonde, brunette and red heads.

Jody said...

I'm a regular user of Living Proof and Dry Bar. I love the smell of Dry Bar. I've been super curious about Lauren Scrugg's Stranded though. Please add it to your list of trial. I'd love to know your thoughts.

jennifernlee28 said...

These two are my recommendations!! Batiste (which Target carries) and then more high end is the Dry Bar Dry Shampoo (sold at Sephora/elsewhere maybe?). I'd LOVE for you to compare the two because I use Batiste most of the time because Dry Bar is a little out of my budget, but if you could review both in depth that would be AMAZING.

Laci Murray said...

Living Proof all the way! I have tried all the dry shampoos and I always go back to this one. I can't help myself.

Life as the Mrs. said...

Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo is the best! It's the only one that works for me. I have dark, thin, fine hair and it totally helps me go 4+ days between washing.

lacey.henry said...

My go-to cheap dry shampoo is DOVE Volume and Fullness. I use dry shampoo everyday except day #1 hair. It's a great price point and it's given me as many as 6 days between washings. Can't wait to see the results!

Farryn said...

Moroccan Oil dry shampoo is my fav !

Jenn Webster said...

I like Dove. It's cheap and works great.

Carrie Burke said...

Im way too excited about your science project!!! I use baby powder often or batiste. I tried Dove but kept spraying deodorant in my hair(yep, that happened) instead of dry shampoo so that had to go. Ive heard living proof is great but havent tried it.

Lisa C said...

DryBar, Moroccan Oil (in the blue can) and Living Proof are fabulous (and pricey).

Laura said...

Aveda dry shampure. Pricey, yes, but it last a long time because it’s actually powder. Smells amazing like all aveda stuff.

Miriam said...

This might be the best post ever! I cant wait to see your "results"! I LOVE Batiste. I have really light blonde hair, so I like the white to help cover my roots and it makes my hair not look brassy. I also, like the volume it gives my hair. The reasonable price is just right for me because I use it so often.

Jennie said...

I am a dry shampoo virgin and can't wait for these reviews! I've also read corn starch or baking powder soda work??

Michele Ray said...

I’ve tried many dry shampoos myself! My favorite by far is AG Hair Care Dry Shampoo in Brunette! Never chalky and Helps hide the gray hair in between coloring! Give it a try! Got it at Beauty Brands or Ulta!

Lori R said...

I have tried several brands and my favorite is Drybar. I like the Detox dry shampoo a lot and there is also the Triple Sec which will add texture to your hair.

Keely said...

So I love Dry Bar Triple Sec— it smells so good, but it’s a little pricy considering I use it every other day. My go-to is Hask. They have several scents and types, but I think the most effective is Chia Seed. It smells good and lasts ALL day. I’ve gotten it at Ulta, Target and Walmart, in a pinch. Living Proof made my scalp hurt after awhile. Suave and Dove are only so-so.

Libby Ballow said...

Enjoy brand dry shampoo is my absolute favorite! For a low price option, the gold can of Suave works surprisingly well.

Allison said...

Batiste! I want to try living proof but I can’t bring myself to pay that much

emily Caldwell said...

Found my fave-Amika perk up dry shampoo. I’ve tried others including living proof (which i was only able to use 3x before i just couldn’t anymore as it didn’t work for me and the scent gave me constant headaches). Amika smells amazing, it’s pricey ($23) but a little goes a long way for me and works beautifully. No white residue. I part my hair, spray a little on my roots, repeat and repeat them massage it into my scalp with my fingertips. Takes about 15 seconds and I’m able to go 4 days between washes!

Lauren Darrell said...

I've tried several brands and Living Proof is my favorite by FAR!!

Tara G. said...

Batiste original. I can get the extra large size at TJ Maxx/Marshalls for less $$$$.

Laura said...

Ditto, Batiste for brunettes - it’s tinted. I tried so many others that left my hair gray!

Laura said...

Moroccan Oil Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair
Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo

LOVE dry shampoo!!!!

Dianna said...

Batiste Tropical for me! Perfect price point and gets the job done.

Kparker said...

Umberto Dry Clean Dry Shampoo at Target is amazing! I have tried the high end ones and I always go back to this one. I couldn't survive without dray shampoo!

Olivia Brym said...

Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo! It smells and works great!!

MakeMeUpMia said...

I've tried several too, currently using Monat and it's ok. Honestly though, since I started "refreshing" it with a blow dryer I feel like that helps a lot!

Aileen said...

I have tried SO MANY kinds! My favorite right now is Klorane with nettles. I have no idea what nettles are but this part is important. I order online from Sephora. It sprays white but I just let it sit for a minute and then brush it through.

Ashley Collum said...

I have been using Batiste for years! I tried Living Proof and took it back almost immediately due to the smell (even my husband said it smelled “like an old lady”)- looking forward to seeing what you think is the best!

Leah Bublitz said...

Living Proof "Perfect Hair Day" - BEST there is.

Jgayle Eagleburger said...

I love love love Bed Head Bee Hive dry shampoo! It doesn't leave that powdery feeling in my hair. I usually spray it at my roots and then tip my head over and blow dry it for just a couple of seconds to give it more volume. It smells wonderful! I can't wait to hear your results!! And, it is on sale at Beauty Brands right now for $9.99.

Kay Dee said...

The Klorane dry shampoo with nettle is a dream! It's the first dry shampoo that's not caused my hair to feel gritty and weighed down. Good luck with your search!

Katie said...

Ouai is the best aerosol dry shampoo I've ever had, but Living proof is wonder full too. Aveda dry shampoo is probably my best money value, It's a powder so it lasts months longer than any aerosol dry shampoo I've ever had. Also, my favorite tip (for brunettes), courtesy of Lauren Conrad, is spraying the dry shampoo in the night before so it really soaks in and all the white flakes are gone.

Morgan said...

I've tried a number of them, including Living Proof, but hands-down the best one for my hair has been Batiste. Plus, it's pretty inexpensive!

Morgan said...

I'd also second the commenter who recommended putting it on at night - and then again in the morning.

Tarah Sanford said...

I haven't seen anyone mention this, and I think it's the best! Hair Food! Some of the cheaper brands mentioned made my head feel itchy. Hair Food is about $11 a bottle at Target, and it lasts me forever. I can go days without washing; my hair still looks good and feels good!