Most girls have gotten the message that not shampooing daily keeps locks from getting dried out (not to mention it’s a huge time saver). If hotter weather and a sweaty session at the gym have you running to suds your locks sooner than you’d like, then Oscar Blandi’s Dry Shampoo has just the answer.
Just a small amount absorbs oil and strengthens hair leaving a fresh scent behind. I use it a ton, not just for a dry shampoo, but to add lots of volume to my hair for versatility. I see stylists use it on girls to manipulate hair easier for an easy up-do, or for dramatic lift. Get the spray for a wider application, or the non-aerosol for a more targeted approach.
2.5oz $19, 3.2oz aerosol $21, Beauty.com, DermStore.com, Sephora and Sephora.com
I can't wait to try this- I have the Aveda powder but its so small and makes my hair gummy.
I have the $10 bottle of this stuff and I like it at first however after several uses I didn't like it. It cakes up in my thin hair making my hair feel hard and stiff, and it also is very hard to blend into my hair. Another thing about the product is that the smell tends to go bad within a few hours of application. I have yet to try the aerosol can.
I don't have blonde or oily hair, but my sister does and she uses this dry shampoo from time to time. I've never heard her say anything negative, and her hair always looks great…so I'm sure they are great products!