Post # 1
Ok bees, help a girl out. I know we’ve had a thread like this before but I can’t find one that’s not years old! You know how lovely our search function is…
For those of you that use this stuff, what’s the best one that you’ve found? I picked up a can of it last night to give it a shot (Suave brand), and I’ve got to say, I don’t think it really worked that great, but it sure smells good! I don’t have anything to compare it to so I could be getting the expected results and just not know it!
So anyway, just wondering what you gals use.
Post # 3
I bought a brand Klorane with Oat Milk.
I love dry shampoo…especially when we go camping for a weekend…really helps when I can’t get a shower and wash my hair!!
Post # 4
I have had good luck with the Tresemme dry shampoo! Smells great and works really well.. I have fine hair that tends to get oily, so this is the only way I’m comfortable skipping a day washing. It adds volume for me too! It does tend to make your hair look a little… lighter?… if you hold the can too close to your head. I’m blonde so that doesn’t matter for me, but if you have dark hair I’m sure it would be more noticeable.
Post # 5
I use Batiste occasionally. So far it’s the best I’ve tried, but not the same as the real thing.
Post # 6
@LissieBear: Does the lighter color wash out the next day?
Post # 7
@MercyK: I’ve tried 2 different kinds of dry shampoo, but they just did NOT work for me. I was left with an itchy scalp, flakes, and my hair looked like a piece of chalk got ground up into the strands. If my hair needs a wash and I cannot get to a shower soon enough, I just keep it up in a bun or ponytail until then.
Post # 8
Commenting to follow so I can check this thread out at the store today!
Post # 9
- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
I love Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo, not the spray but just the powder! Works great for me. A lot of the aerosol sprays I ended up not being a fan of because they made my hair feel dirty.
Post # 10
Im going to splurge this weekend and get a can from Ulta. They have several to choose from that are supposed to work well. I think Im gonna try Oscar Blandi. I would love the extra lift between hair washes.
Post # 11
@LissieBear: Tresemme, tresemme, Ohh, lala
Post # 12
@MercyK: I’ve used batiste, it works pretty well but I found it smells terrible.
Post # 13
I ONLY ever use dry shampoo on my fringe (or bangs, for US bees) because it gets oily after being at work/if it’s hot. I would never substitute it for a real shampoo because it can make your scalp really itchy and uncomfortable! But for a one off, or non-regular use it’s great. I use Batiste, the original UNscented (because I think the scented stuff might irritate scalp more..just with the fragrance, you know?) and it’s a mini handbag sized version in a little deodorant-style spray can.
Post # 14
The Garnier Fructis dry shampoo worked for me! My hair gets REALLY oily if I don’t wash it everyday, and this lets me skip a day without looking like I doused my hair in oil. lol
Post # 15
Considering i hardly every wash my hair (I have curly hair that I frequently roundbrush) – I am a HUGE fan of dry shampoo…..Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo is one of my favorites…..followed by Psssst. Pssst is ridiculously cheap, smells not so fabulous, but works amazing! You can buy Pssst at Walgreens – usually on the bottom shelf in a white and red can. You can also buy at Ulta. http://www.ulta.com/ulta/browse/productDetail.jsp?productId=xlsImpprod3900585′ defer=’defer
if you are really in a pinch you can use cornstarch. rub right into your roots and blowdry to fluff it up. There is also an amazing root powder sold my ulta to give you texture. Just tussle it through out the day and boom – instant volume.
Post # 16
@MercyK: I was spending so much money on the Rockaholic brand and I loved it. I also tried the Suave brand and hated it! Now, I use Dove dry shampoo and I actually like it better than the Rockaholic. Lasts longer, smells better and is cheaper!