I'm in love with this stuff - it's my HG dry shampoo. I've tried them all - Klorane, Blandi (both powder and spray - stay AWAY from the powder!!!!) and this is one does what I need it to do. I'm wondering if the color of your hair impacts how well it works for you; I'm a medium blonde with highlights and it's spot on, none of the grayness associated with dry shampoo. Just like what my hair looks like after a wash (more or less...but really don't expect it to looks exactly that fresh). Other friends of mine, also blonde, love it. Brunettes maybe a little less. But the smell is fine, it works really well and it does just mop up the oilies like nothing else. Plus it gives GREAT volume, I have medium long thick hair and it really boosts mine in a noticeable way.
All in all, I'd advise this product. I shared with several friends and they are buying it too. I think one needs to remember this is not like really washing your hair but really extends a blow dry and freshens you up when you can't get to lathering up for real.
I was really hoping that this would work for me but I thought the product was:
1) Way too expensive for the small amount you get
2) Made my hair static-y the second after I sprayed it
3) Had the most unbearably awful smell ever. Seriously. I don't mean to be graphic but it honestly smelled like cat pee. My husband could smell it from across the room and told me it was disgusting.
Back to the store it goes!
This is a very nice product; it has a gentle "nature" smell. I find it effective, but I prefer the Oscar Blandi Dry Shampoo, which is a much better price, as well as using less packaging. However if you don't like the lemony scent of the Blandi, then the Rene Furterer is quite nice.
This is great for people who shower at night or do pilates before work. It gives you insta-volume and fluffiness, plus a fresh smell. It's perfect for the day-to-evening transition, and greatly cuts down on prep time. I LOVE THIS and wish it didn't run out so quickly. I go through a bottle every 3 weeks or so, using it maybe 15 times. Don't use too much, or you will get a whitish dusty effect. And do use Rene over Oscar Blandi.
Love this! I'm always running late in the morning and this stuff helps to revive my limp strands in a hurry. I attempted to try Ojon's rub-out but the scent is much too strong (vanilla-y sweet) for my tastes so I will be sticking to Rene Furterer.
This is the only dry shampoo that has worked for me. I have really oily hair, so I have to wash it everyday or it turns into a greasy, limp mess- but thanks to Rene Furturer's dry shampoo I can skip a day sometimes. This stuff dries my hair out to a normal level and gives it some volume. The best thing is that it lasts throughout the day- other dry shampoos worked ok for 4 hours, then I got all oily again. It is a bit expensive, but I don't use it that often so it evens out. I suggest only using it around your scalp/roots, and make sure you follow the instructions. Also, I suggest doing this before putting on your clothes, just in case you miss a little with the spray.
-Dries oily hair, gives it volumne
-Didn't leave my hair white or chalky (although I have dark blonde hair)
-Lasted all day
-Rene Furturer is a natural, cruelty-free line
-Not the best smell (although doesn't last long)
Edit: I have used this a bunch of times now and it is still the best! It makes my hair look clean and bouncy, and it lasts ALL DAY. Haven't run out yet either. Upgraded to 5 stars!
A good basic dry shampoo. Soaks up oil and adds volume. Not cheap, and it smells really weird but the smell doesnt tend to last. Aerosol spray format. I use this for when I want extra height/volume in my hair, a bedhead look, or to cut time on greasy 2nd (or 3rd) day hair, or while camping.
I received this item in a swap. I didn't mind the smell too much and overall I didn't really like the product. It sprays on white/beige and then you have to let it sit then wipe it off with a towel. It did absorb the oils in my hair but it made my hair SUPER dry yet it didn't hold up throughout the day. It actually left some buildup which I was not very fond of. I will definitely not be repurchasing. I prefer the Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser. The smell is better and it sucks up oilies yet leaves my hair soft.
This is a very nice dry shampoo, it works very well to absorb excess oil and add volume back into my hair after a day or two of not washing it. It's easy to use and because it's tinted, it's great for darker hair. However, pale blondes should avoid this. It's way too dark for light blonde hair! It has a strong herbal scent that lingers in your hair. It's not an unpleasant scent, but it's just not what I want my hair to smell like. I love the smell of herbs, just not in my hair. The herbal essential oils that give it the strong scent also have a scalp-stimulating effect and will cause your scalp to tingle. If you have a senstitive scalp, this might not be a good choice for you. I personally prefer Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo which work just as well, not only because I have pale blonde hair, but because it has a much milder scent and is great for sensitive scalps.
This dry shampoo is like many others I've tried. It's an aerosol can which you spray directly to your hair and, after a couple of minutes, has to be brushed off. As with other dry shampoos, be careful not to hold it too close to your hair or to over apply: I find it's best if you apply a small amount, brush off and then repeat application, if needed; otherwise I'll end up with grey/powdery looking hair or will have to brush off the product in an almost violent manner, lol!
It's great for oily hair that won't tolerate daily washes, or to refresh your hair before going out at night. It def. doesn't give you a shiny, just-washed hair appearance, you'll end up with a matte finish, but I prefer this to oily hair!
This product's effect will only last one day, which also happens (at least in my case) with other dry shampoos.
I gave it 3 lippies (although I've said I would repurchase) in comparison to other products that I use and prefer (i.e., Klorane's Dry Shampoo, which gives me more texture and has no fragrance). Also, because I hate its fragrance, which actually clings on your hair for a while.