We all find ourselves pressed for time, whether it be in the morning before work or heading to dinner with your ladies. These time-crunches prohibit a proper shampoo/condition/blowout, so dry shampoo is our only champion.
The Winner: Dry Bar Detox Dry Shampoo
The winner in all categories across the board: smell, texture, and lasting power. If you’re a Dry Bar devoté like myself, you’ll appreciate the signature DB scent in the comfort of your own bathroom. The product sprays white, but blends like a dream.
Runner-Up: Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo
Available at Target and most drugstores, it’s easy to get your hands on Oscar Blandi’s loose dry shampoo powder. The fresh lemon smell hides the fact that you haven’t washed your hair, and application tip makes it easy to apply.
Special Honors: R + Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo
R + Co wins for best bottle, hands down. The scent is mild and it is not as easy to blend as Dry Bar’s, but it most certainly does the trick. To be honest, this sits on my vanity and looks pretty.
Steer Clear: Kerastase Powder Bluff
Kerastase is the most overrated haircare brand, hands down. This dry shampoo is no exception. My hair was arguably dirtier post-application, and you would be better off throwing $37 in the trashcan.
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I’ve been dying to try the dry bar for a while!
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