Dry shampoo is simply the best! Can't get enough of it and my clients are always really impressed when I introduce them to it. Dry shampoo is not only great for freshening up a style, it can also be used to build body and texture in the hair. I start most up-do's with a bit of dry shampoo to roughen up the hair and build a great base for my style. Below is a list of the best dry shampoos to get you started.
Psssssst (yes that's the name and oh so fun to say) is one of the best dry shampoos on the market. Psssssst debuted in the 1970's, and has recently made a comeback. It's inexpensive (a bottle runs around $7) and the throw back packaging and cool name make it a great conversation piece.
2. Pronto Invisible Volumizing Dry Shampoo Spray - By Oscar Blandi
This fantastic dry shampoo intantly volumizes and freshens hair without leaving any white powdery residue. The formula is clear which allows you to use it on all different types of hair color. This product also contain wheat protein and vitamin E to strengthen and protect the hair.
3. Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser
This dry shampoo is a favorite among stylists for creating tons of volume and being very user friendly. Most dry shampoos have to be brushed out to distribute the powder but this one can simply be shaken or rubbed out with the hands. It's a great product for clients on the go who won't be carrying a brush around with them.
4. Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo
Looking for a great all natural dry shampoo? Then Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo is the one for you. On top of using all natural ingredients, the product is light and airy and doesn't cause build up like some other dry shampoos on the market. Oat extracts nourish the hair and you can bet this product is paraben and sulfate free.
5. Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder
These powders have a very matte texture and conveniently come in five different colors of white, black, red, brown and blonde. This dry shampoo is especially great for red-heads since red hair powder can be hard to find. Bumble and Bumble Hair Powder comes in spray form but was originally made as a loose powder. Though the latter can be messy, if you can find it, buy it. Personally, I think it's even better than the spray formula even though the one currently on the market is fabulous.