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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Top 5 Best Dry Shampoos

I'm always looking for new ways to improve my hair but one thing that I keep going back to is dry shampoo. Dry shampoo has become an essential for me and has improved my damaged, color-treated hair so much since it allows me to not have to wash my hair everyday. Bonus: your hair color lasts longer. It's something I think every college girl should have especially since we're always on the go. So without further ado, here's my top 5 list of best dry shampoos I've ever used and will re-use again and again: 

Lush No Drought





This is the one I'm using right now and I love the lemony-clean smell it has that smells the most natural on your hair. I hate that chemical-hair-product smell which gives me a headache most of the time so I think this is perfect for people who are sensitive to scents. Plus it's in powder form so it's easy to use and soaks up the oils in your hair (okay, gross haha) in no time. Only con I would say is that it can get a bit messy, just make sure not to wear black!

Batiste


This is the one I first tried when I discovered it through the beauty world on Youtube. Back then, I didn't even know what dry shampoo was but so many people raved about it so I had to try. This one's a spray so it's much easier to use than the Lush one and gives a good amount of volume to your hair. It comes in many different scents now but I like to stick to the original. Plus it's the cheapest and you can find it practically anywhere! If you're a beginner to dry shampoo, I say try this first!

Dove Refresh + Care


Another drugstore one is this Dove one that I tried when I ran out of Batiste while I was on vacation in California. It's great for all types of hair but particularly people with straight hair since it doesn't leave a sticky residue and is easy to comb out. Did I mention it's also under $5? Winning. 

Big Sexy Hair


This one I don't hear a lot of people talking about surprisingly, but it's actually one of the best I've ever used for major volume. If you're someone who has thin, limp hair then I would highly recommend this one since it only takes a few sprays to get that southern belle sorta-of look. Hey, I've been to Texas. I've seen big hair.

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray


If you love the beachy hair look or simply want to try out something a bit more brand-name then look no further than Oribe. Techniqually this one isn't a dry shampoo but a texturizing spray but I have found that it soaks up oil quite nicely and dries your hair to give it more texture and lift. 


Hope you enjoyed this list! What's your favorite dry shampoo?

Until next time lovelies, 

-Ruya
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