I don't like this too much, the batiste dry shampoo was better. The main reason I wanted to try this was bec I've heard that this doesn't leave a powdery white residue (unlike the batiste one). This doesn't make your hair look like you just poured baby powder on it but the smell is too strong. It smells like hairspray and it looks like you put some hairspray on your hair, too. It doesn't get rid of the oil as good as the batiste. I think I'll just use this up and go back to batiste even though I had to brush off the powdery residue, at least it gets rid of the oil and smells much fresher. (Hmm...it looks like the SG brunette dry shampoo has better ratings so maybe it's better? Might try their other version then)
I hated this. It smells very perfumey, it makes my hair look dried out, and even after that it looks dirty and frizzy. I feel as if it leaves a dry-flakey residue. I hate this stuff!
I wasn't too fond of that Pssst dry shampoo, but I'd much rather use that.
I got this for free from Ulta.. I did not notice any improvement with my hair. as far as looking clean I think it was quite the opposite. My hair looked dirty after I used it.
I love this product.. This is the first dry shampoo that I have used, and I have tried a couple more after it, and I am about to return back to it. Nothing else compares.
CONS: Doesn't work very well to absorb oil. Left hair feeling limp (at roots) and a little staticky (on the ends) at the same time.
ALTERNATE: *I prefer Batiste's version of this. But even more so, I like the Suave dry shampoo spray.
I really, really like this stuff. I am african-american and i have dreadlocs and I use this in between washes to freshen up my hair. It makes my hair smell so fresh and clean and best of all there is no yucky white residue left behind like when I used Tresemme and Batiste. My HG for dry shampoos.
I am not an expert on dry shampoo, in fact this is only my 2nd one. I originally bought the Tresemme dry shampoo and wasnít too thrilled with the results. So I found this in CVS and thought it was worth a try. I want a dry shampoo to not only absorb the oil from my very oily hair (have to wash twice a day as it gets lank and nasty looking). But I also want it to absorb any moisture on my scalp when I am outside in hot weather. My hair has a tendency to look dirty and flat if I spend more than a couple of minutes out in the sun, and I am trying to find the perfect dry shampoo for this. This one didnít do much of anything really. It didnít leave a powdery residue on my hair but itís oil absorbing properties werenít outstanding. The Tresemme was much better in this regard. My hair ended up looking the same as always except it felt thicker (but didnít look thicker) at my roots. I will continue to use this up, but Iím not sure if this was just a waste of money. Will update. *UPDATE* So I gave this another week of trials, and I am still very unhappy with it. I have tried it on really greasy hair (no effect, except that my hair feels like it is thick with product), hair that is only slightly greasy (still no effect) and hair that was washed only a few hours previously (nope, nothing). So I have given up with this. Iím not sure it actually has anything in the can at all. I have to really spray it on thick in order to feel like some product is on my hair but Iím sure that a lot of the time I am spraying just air onto my scalp. continued >>
made my hair wet and sticky makes it look like if I havent washed my hair in several months. Yuck. Im sticking to Psssst brand.
I have tried a couple of dry shampoos in the past, but this is by far my favorite one. It comes in a small spray can, but it has lasted me a couple of months. I use it mostly on the weekends and camping when showers are not available. It doesn't leave any white residue in my dark hair, which is a huge plus. I have already gone through two cans and I love it.