Dry shampoo, a girl’s best friend, am I right? I’m not sure how I have reasonably “done” hair were it not for the invention of dry shampoo. My hair is tedious to dry, at best, and dry shampoo regularly saves me from many a bad hair day. My blow outs last longer, I’m able to get ready in a pinch, and best of all, hide my roots when I’m overdue for a highlight. Now I could sing the praises of dry shampoo all day, but instead, I want to get down to the nitty gritty and compare them.
We’ve come a long way since the prehistoric hair days of shaking baby powder into roots and brushing it in. Did anyone else do this, or was it just me? When I was in high school, my hair stylist recognized my need to avoid daily shampooing and suggested I try a dry shampoo.It was a fancy French brand that was a total splurge, but a few sprays later and I was hooked. It took years to find dry shampoo in stores regularly, but now I would dare to say it’s one of the most commonly used hair products on the market.
Not all dry shampoos are made equally. In fact, many have different ingredients and different uses. In fact, some of the best dry shampoos are a completely different product! Let’s discuss below:
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Have you tried any of these or do you have any other great dry shampoos to recommend? Please share all of your favorites in the comments!
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