How do I put this...if I could marry Klorane Dry Shampoo, I would. And I would remarry it, too. I'm referring to the spray can with the green cap, for oily scalps (not the gentle one with the white cap). I have fairly-long, fine, thin and thinning hair (my hair was never on the thick side, but ever since I had started dying it 5 years ago, the hairs on my head started dropping like flies). This thinning of the hair had caused my hair to be really oily, since it would be helpless against any oil in the scalp. It is gross. I wash my hair EVERY SINGLE DAY, because if I donít wash it for a day, it looks as if I havenít washed it for a week! People with thicker hair donít have this problem, and I was almost ready to just accept my having to wash it daily (I mean, there ARE worst things out there than an oily scalp, huhÖ). Iíve been wanting to try a dry shampoo for years, and the first one I tried was the TRESemme dry shampoo (Active Naturals, or something like that). I bought it on sale for $3CAD. And I got exactly what I paid for. While that one made my hair LOOK clean and thicker, once I touched my hair, it felt like there was tons of build-up, and it definitely did not FEEL clean to the touch. I then tried the Klorane one for greasy hair, and I was so surprised to see what a difference ten dollars make: not only it made my hair LOOK cleaner, lighter, fluffier and bouncy, it actually made it FEEL all those things, too. If someone touched my hair after the TRESemme, there would be no fooling them that I hadnít washed my hair for a day, but with Klorane, this would be absolutely possible! Not only it actually does what it says, but it also gives my hair RIDICOULUS volume that I have never experienced with any normal styling products! Itís amazing. I got it on sale for $10CAD, normally it is 17. It would totally be worth it even at full price. I have read reviews that the can runs out really quickly, literally a number of uses. So far I have used it sparingly about 4 times or so, weíll see how long it will last. Sometimes I like how my hair feels with this one even more than after normal shampooing! I also have a few bottles of Batiste that I have bought but havenít tried yet, hopefully it will be better or just as good, since the Batiste one is cheaper than the Klorane. However, I seriously doubt any other dry shampoo in the same price category and I general can top this one. Love at first spray!
This was the first dry shampoo I tried and it's the one I would go back and repurchase again and again. Yes, it's a little expensive for how much you get... but other folks who've said it runs out after 2 uses are either using WAY TOO MUCH or are getting cans that were used in-store. I really only use this around/underneath my part and for my fringe. Spray a little, just until it's a bit white in the target area, and then brush it out after a couple minutes. The smell is fresh and inoffensive, and the product does what it says it will. I don't get much volume out of this, but my hair looks freshly washed when I use it. The best part about this product is that, compared to other dry aerosol shampoos, it contains mostly natural ingredients. The other two dry shampoos I've tried (Psssssst! & Beyond the Zone) worked fine but listed BUTANE as one of their first ingredients. BUTANE!!! I personally won't risk spontaneous combustion for the sake of not washing my hair with water. Paying $18USD for a can of Klorane is worth it, though! I used to buy this in-store at Sephora, but my local store no longer carries it - you can buy it on sephora.com still.
I have super-oily scalp that also falls in the "sweaty" category, meaning that by the end of the day my hair is limp and begins to look greasy and the following day I can't leave home with my hair down without washing it first. I have Klorane formula with nettle extract as I figured gentle oat formula won't stand a chance against the disaster my hair turns into the day after I wash it.
It was very easy to use. I flipped my hair on both sides and gave it a few spritzes each time, as well as on my crown and my bangs. There was no odour and no excess powder like you'd get if you were to use baby powder at your most desperate times. 2 minutes later, I ran a brush through my hair couple of times and voila! Clean-looking hair.
Word of advice: if you have fine hair like mine (Eastern European), try not to distribute the product all the way to your ends as they will look hay-like. What I did was hit my crown with a blow dryer set on cold blast to lift up the roots a little and then brushed through. I don't have any volume in my hair as is but it looks clean, therefore I can skip washing it today for the sake of preserving my freshly deposited hair colour.
I would definitely buy the product again because I am always on the go and this dry shampoo will definitely save me on hot humid summer days at the office.
UPDATE: it makes my scalp itchy as hell, to the point I have to claw at it, so maybe I should try the sensitive version. This gets a two lippies down for discomfort factor
This review is for the Klorane gentle dry shampoo with oat milk aerosol spray. I purchased this at sephora for $18.
My first experience with dry shampoo was not good (tresemme dry shampoo). So I was apprehensive of trying this one. Well it was a totally different experience.
My hair is fine textured and my roots tend to get oily by the end of the day so I usually have to wash my hair daily. With this I am able to go 1-2 extra days without having to wash my hair. That is amazing to me. I have color treated hair so this extends the life of the color and also keeps the ends from drying out too much.
The I lightly spray my roots in sections, wait about 2 min forthe powder to absorb the oils, then shake out. The result? Light fluffy roots that are soft and full of volume! So all I have to do is curl my ends a little and I'm ready to go!
The powder is white but shakes out pretty easy and is not visible in my auburn hair.
Other reviewers have stated this runs out after just a couple uses however in my experience so far i've used it about 12 times and it does not show signs of running out yet.
It is a little on the pricey side at $18 for 3.2 oz of product but it works so well for me I don't mind it.
This is a definite repurchase for me.
Ugh. Bought this product based on MUA reviews. I used it ONCE (a couple of sprays), and found that my hair did look less greasy, but had none of the volume I read about in reviews. The worst part: when I went to use it a second time, there was none left! You cannot tell how much is left in the can, and perhaps people at the pharmacy were helping themselves to it which is why there was hardly any left. Needless to say, I will not be repurchasing.
It was my entry into the world of dry shampoos, and it's the best aerosol that I tried. Problem is, I have lots of long thick hair and went through the bottle really fast and felt I had to use a lot of product to get it clean, and even then it didn't feel that clean because I had to put so much in. If you have shorter hair, this might be better for you, but if you have longer hair I strongly recommend using a powder dry shampoo. Blow Faux Dry shampoo is the best powder one - it lasts longer the day you use it (sometimes I don't even need it the third day after washing) and the bottle itself is lasting me a long time (I have long, thick hair). Also, it blends into my hair and doesn't leave it looking mousy or dull.
Honestly, I don't know what the fuss about this product is about. It's very expensive for what it is, and a can doesn't last me very long as I need to use a lot to see any effect. Klorane make some good products, but this is not one of them. I much prefer original Batiste, which is a fifth of the price, has a pleasanter smell, and actually works!
This is the best dry shampoo. No funky smell, really takes away the oil, volumizes my fine hair and is easy to use. I have gone 3 days without washing my hair and had great looking results. My hair is color treated and fine.The only downside is that it is expensive and I go through atleast one bottle every month of the aerosol. I have tired the non-aerosol version and this one will last much longer for sure. My only gripe with it is the directions on the bottle are directly copied from aerosol (you squeeze the bottle, there isn't a pump)
This is the 1st dry shampoo Ive used. It does the job well as I am lazy to wash my long hair everyday. I can go up to 3 days without washing it & using this in between to control the limpness & shine.
I use this regulary & am now wondering how I ever lived without this. I just wish it was bigger or they have more product in the can as it runs out so fast & i keep repurchasing.
A must for my fine hair that tends to get oily in between washes (every third day). This gives me massive volume and removes oil totally without any nasty smell, dryness or white streaks. I LOVE it and will never be without it. By far the best dry shampoo I've tried. VERY good product!
I am never buying the aerosol can again. My last can lasted for ONE use, then the air leaked and left it completely useless. Seems a lot of people in here have experienced this problem. However, after a trip to the US I got hold of the non aerosol version and it lasts like a 100 times longer than the spray version. Sadly, this isn't available in Denmark, so I will hunt it down when travelling. There are many alternatives on the market, but I still find this to the be best: non-scented, effective, gentle and more natural than other products.