I recently shared my obsession, love and die-hard devotion to Klorane Dry Shampoo. I also shared how to properly use it to make sure you get the best result possible. Since Klorane is a little pricey (around $20 a bottle) I wanted to share a few others that I also swear by and keep on hand. From a drugstore favorite to salon-worthy brands, I’m rounding up my favorite dry shampoos that I’m sure you’ll love.
PS How to properly use dry shampoo →
Best Dry Shampoos At Every Price Point
Tresemmé Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo
The least expensive out of all of today’s dry shampoos, this Tresemmé favorite is a must have. I like that it not only helps with oil, but adds some volume as well. It’s great to use when working on an up do as well.
$5.99 Shop Tresemmé Dry Shampoo →
AVEDA shampure Dry Shampoo
If you’re looking for a non aerosol version, this is your best bet. It’s a loose powder that you just sprinkle into your hair and rub it in. It also smells great! As with all Aveda products, these aren’t tested on animals and are usually pretty clean!
$30 Aveda Shampure →
Klorane Dry Shampoo
My absolute favorite in today’s list. This product just rules and I have nothing bad to say about it. It’s my go to. It turns your hair super white, but it’s totally fine! Just rub it all in and you’re good to go
$20 Klorane Dry Shampoo →
Morocconoil Dry Shampoo
I was never blown away by the oil absorbing ability of this product, however I did love the way it smelled. Morocconoil to me smells absolutely amazing and I wish I could burn their candles all day everyday. This stuff works, I guess, but nothing I’d write home about. I do like that it comes in a blonde or brunette version. If you find that you continue to have white residue from dry shampoo, give this brunette version a try.
$25 Morocconoil Dry Shampoo →
Kristin Ess Dry Shampoo
It’s no secret I’m a HUGE Kristin Ess fan. I mean I did this entire post about her products. Her dry shampoo is pretty good. I wouldn’t say it’s AMAZING, but it’s not bad. It also has her signature scent which is key. The price point is unbeatable too at only $14.
$14 Kristin Ess Reviving Dry Shampoo →
Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo
I received this one as a gift over the holidays. I love the smell of it (Oribe products just smell amazing period). It’s pretty light and does the job. But the product isn’t white, which some people prefer, but I find that it’s hard to tell if it’s really getting where I need it to be. With the steep price tag, this is one I wouldn’t personally rebuy, but it sure did make a great gift.
$44 Oribe Dry Shampoo →
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