Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Battle of the dry shampoos | Volume 2

Dry shampoo is a simple fact of life - lazy girls, you feel me? I'm not trying to wash my hair every single day, but I'm also not trying to look like a greaseball. And so, I go through dry shampoo like nobody's business. I know many of you feel me, because I get asked alllll the time about my favorite dry shampoos.

If you missed the first installment of the Battle of the Dry Shampoos, you can find it here. Without further ado, I bring you volume 2... 
  • Suave Refresh & Revive Dry Shampoo - I really, really enjoyed this dry shampoo. It's super affordable, I'm talking under $5, and it smells nice. This did a great job of getting rid of excess oil in my hair without weighing down my roots or feeling gunky. I was quite impressed with the quality of this dry shampoo considering the price. I definitely will pick this up again in the future. 
  • L'Oreal Blow Out Longwear Spray Dry Shampoo - This stuff was AWFUL. So bad that I didn't even finish this bottle, and I'm typically a finish it up kind of gal. I'd spray it in my hair, and for the first half the day it did it's job. My hair would look refreshed and oil-free, but by lunch time, my hair fell limp and looked greasy. There's no point in using a dry shampoo that can't make it through the day. I won't purchase this again. 
  • Lulu Organics Hair Powder - I bought a mini sample of this on Black Friday because I was intrigued by the Black Pepper + Vetiver scent (scrumptious). This stuff is mega natural, comprised of corn starch, scented oil, white clay, baking soda, rice and horsetail powders. To be honest, I'm glad I didn't buy a full size. This powder makes my scalp feel so gunky and gross, and even though it soaks up oil, I can't stand that feeling! 

What dry shampoo should I try next? Let me know your favorites in the comments! 


  1. I've tried a couple of dry shampoos before and I totally can't get into using them! They've all made my hair really flat and my hair's so think it's hard to make everywhere look grease free

    Steph -

    1. Bummer! Dry shampoo should do the opposite of making your hair flat! My best tip: spray it in to your roots @ night, and don't fluff it in. In the morning, touch up the spray, and fluff your hair. Soaks up oil like a charm!


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