Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Dry Shampoo

I lived under the dry shampoo rock for awhile, but finally tried it a couple months ago when I won a giveaway (thanks again Allison!). I've been using Klorane, which I love. It smells amazing, gives my hair great volume, and obviously eliminates grease. My bottle is sadly almost gone so I've been researching other (inexpensive) options. I've heard mixed reviews about Tresemme, but it's so cheap I'm tempted to try it anyways. I've also heard good things about Batiste and Salon Grafix. At the same time, I want to stick with what works. Help!

Have you guys tried dry shampoo? What brands do you love? 

15 comments:

Amanda said...

I love Batiste, but I am interested in trying the Tresemme simply because its even cheaper than Batiste. Be careful with Batiste scents though, I only like the original. The baby powder and "tropical" are not good.

Holly said...

I've heard good things about Oscar Blandi. But not really cheap!

Meghan said...

I have used Oscar Blandi before but only the powder kind and not the spray. You can get a little bottle at Sephora for around 12 dollars. It lasted me awhile because I didn't use it that often - so if you use it regularly...I guess just see if the price would be worth it. I am not sure how much the larger bottles are. The only thing I didn't like about it was it smelled very lemony, which I would normally like, but it reminded me of Mr. Clean.

Morgan said...

Just started using it myself and am OBSESSED. Totally changed my world.

Aliya said...

I use Tresemme and I have had no problems with it! Just make sure you read the directions... because I didn't the first few times and I was wondering why it looked like it was turning my hair gray, haha :)

July said...

Love the new profile pic!!

I tried Tresemme and it's OK. I use it on work days when I need to get ready quickly. It's cheap so it's hard not to use it!

Let me know which one you end up with :)

Emily said...

I use Tresemme! I love it, it is so so perfect when I don't have time to shower right before class. and it smells so good!

Ashley Paige said...

i LOVE Salon Grafix- it's SUPER affordable, available in most local drugstores and it works. I don't love how it smells though- and that's why I'll be trying Rockaholic's brand as soon as it arrives on my pretty little porch! As a Mom to a 7 month old, you KNOW I swear by anything that saves me an hour or two a day! And dry shampoo is definitely a lifesaver! :)

Marie said...

Dry Shampoo can be the greatest thing in the world when you don't have enough time to get ready.;D

I've used a lot of brands but right now I am using Salon Grafix.

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Sienna said...

renee furterer is the best! love your blog belle

Tracy-Girl @ Then I Got To Thinking said...

I have never tried using dry shampoo but I have a friend who is really into hair - and she uses the bumble & bumble kind!

{lovely little things} said...

Yes, I use Pssst! It's a white bottle with red stripe and write writing from the drug store, cheaper than the other brands but just as good, like $7.

Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

I'm still looking for the right Dry Shampoo .... maybe I will go on a hunt for some of these.

Katherine said...

I also heard psssssst! Is good too.. I'll have to try that.

Sadie Jane said...

I've been using the new Suave dry shampoo and have been impressed. It smells faintly of lemon and is less than $3 a can. I also like John Frieda volume refresher spray, which is kind of like dry shampoo. I have very fine hair. I don't like feeling "greasy" and usually wash my a hair every day. These products have made me feel ok skipping a day.