There’s no denying dry shampoo can be a total lifesaver sometimes. They have really gained popularity in recent years and it’s not hard to see why. When you find a good one it really does refresh your hair and can totally save time. There are so many on the market these days that it can be hard to decide which one to go with. So, today I’m rounding up 5 dry shampoos worth purchasing in my opinion.
This was the first aerosol dry shampoo I tried and I was instantly hooked. There are so many scent options with Batiste and I also really like the brunette one when my hair is darker because it blends in my hair much better. The packaging is fun and I think this is a great budget-friendly dry shampoo.
This one is my favourite dry shampoo from the drugstore, specifically the ‘London’ scent. It’s an affordable option with a variety of scents to choose from. This one doesn’t feel as heavy in my hair either.
This one smells great and is truly invisible. I feel like the drugstore options say they are invisible a lot of the time but still leave a white residue in the hair that needs to be massaged in which isn’t the case here. I love the packaging and the tapioca starch formula of this dry shampoo helps give my hair the volume it often needs when it gets greasy.
I love the sleek, sophisticated packaging of this dry shampoo. It smells nice without being too strongly scented. This one does a good job of refreshing hair while giving it some texture.
This dry shampoo is a traditional powder instead of an aerosol spray. It’s best suited for those with oily hair. It takes more time to blend into hair but it gives you longer lasting results. The formula nourishes the scalp and hair while boosting volume, which are both nice features too.
What is your favourite dry shampoo?