|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Ok, girls. The good news is, I finally got this to work. The bad news is, it's just not that good. At first it wasn't working for me because I wasn't letting it spray long enough. It makes a horrible loud whining sound when I depress the nozzle, so I assumed stuff was coming out. It left a bit of wetness on my hair too. However, it didn't help the oiliness. Eventually I figured out that I need to keep pressing to get the powder out. I gently massage it through my hair and it helps a bit, but not enough to make it worth the price, or the effort. The thing is, it's kinda hard to evaluate how this works because simply brushing oily hair makes it instantly look better, temporarily. So it's hard to tell whether the dry shampoo did it, or just the brushing. I'm still using it every other morning, and I guess it makes my hair a tiny bit better for later in the day, but I'm just waiting for it to finish. I'm trying Batiste next, I have high hopes.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Love this stuff. I have curly hair and so when i straighten it, I try to go at least 4 days before washing it again. My hair is thick and isn't too greasy so 4 days is no big deal but on that 4th day this stuff is awesome. gives my hair body at the roots and it falls nicely, not clumpy like greasy hair does. I used to have strawberry blonde hair and I am now back to a dark auburn and have noticed that it is a little dull on my darker hair now. Over all its awesome though.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I've been using this dry shampoo every other day so that I can avoid washing my hair daily like I always do. I can't say that my hair looks or feels refreshed after following the directions for use on the bottle. It just weighs my hair down even after I thoroughly brush out the product. It also doesn't absorb as much oil from the roots of my hair, which was the no. 1 reason why I purchased this in the first place. The only thing it does is make my hair smell fresher...which I can easily achieve by spraying on some hair spray. To conclude, it was just a waste of money for such a small bottle of product, quite a disappointment!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Other, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I have bought this product, and although at first it seems to work, as the day progresses your hair is worse than if you had not used it at all. You have only temporarily fixed the issue. I have also used a product called "batiste". For me this is more effective and is less expensive. It also comes in different fragrances.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Fantastic dry shampoo that leaves my hair soft and oil-free for almost a day before starting to get slightly oily again.
Perfect for in-between washes. Perfect. I love this thing completely!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I bought this in an attempt at not having to wash my hair everyday. I tried a whole range of dry shampoos when I cut a fringe (bangs) in as I was finding I couldn't really hide the 'I need to wash my hair' signs with the fringe like I could when I could hide everything in the forgivingness of a slicked back ponytail.
I'm not sure if there is a dry shampoo in existance that I'd like, but if there is this isn't it. I have to work like hell to hide the ashy residue on my medium-dark brown hair. And even if I'm successful in that, this doesn't make my hair look clean and/or healthy. Leaves a strange sheen rather than the shine I look for.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I purchased this on a whim the other day. I love Oscar Blandi's Pronto powder. I rub a little on my fingers and then into my roots. It seems much easier for me to control quantity versus a spray.
I keep coming back to Oscar Blandi but I love trying new products.
* This is the first dry shampoo that was actually less noticeable when dry. I had no problems whatsoever with residue. (Bumble & Bumble is colored and dries great, but it leaves my hair GREASY!)
* Less expensive than OB.
* Easier to remove residue than Renee Furterer.
* Doesn't have a refreshing scent like Oscar Blandi.
This is the best spray dry shampoo that I've tried. But I still prefer Oscar Blandi's powder overall as a dry shampoo.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Im an absolute disciple of dry shampoo and rave to everyone who will listen. I use it every second day on my very oily hair and it's a big lifesaver. However Batiste is cheaper and for some reason Klorane gives me either little white specks of residue or dandruff for the day??? Not sure if anyone else has that problem. I like both brands, but yes they are pricey due to my constant use. I can't stand greasy hair and this stuff is miraculous
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I don't wash my hair daily so this dry shampoo is perfect for imbetween days or for those moments when my fringe (bangs) get greasy. Doesn't leave a strong white powder residue like Batiste and has a light fragrance.
I take it that this product is very popular because when I went to Sephora to purchase it, I managed to snag the very last one in the store.
The packaging is nice, simple, and clean, which definitely mimics how it makes my hair feel after brushing it out after a quick mist. My only problem is that I use it so often and for $18 a pop, I'm not sure if I'm willing to buy it every time I use it up.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have only ever tried one other dry shampoo available to me, the Batiste cheaper counter part, and I can still say that Klorane is definitely better of the two.
PROS: (1) re-volumizes my hair (2) does not interfere with natural shine of hair (3) easy to brush out all powder residue, even on my dark chestnut brown hair. (4) absorbs all the grease in my hair leaving it shower clean, and re styled.
CONS: (1) the scent (of original formula) smells like cheap salon. (2) for the price, this product does not last long, at best you might be able to squeeze out 4 weeks. However for me it only lasted 3- likely because I have long hair and depended on this stuff for a quick clean up after the gym since I grease up so quickly.
Despite that the Klorane is almost twice the price of Batiste, I will continue to repurchase it simply for the better performance and re styling capabilities that Batiste does not live up to for my hair.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've tried all dry shampoo available at Sephora (Ojon, Blandi, T3), and this is the best. Hair feels cleanest, and with no white powder residue. Only drawback is the small size... UPDATE: I tried the dry shampoo by Samy, which is about 1/3 the price of Klorane. Well, Klorane is 3 times better than Samy, so I'd say it's still the best.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black, Kinky, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This product does reduce the oiliyness of my hair, but I agree with the other reviewers. It has limited uses - I only got about 5 or 6 uses out of the can and that it made my scalp sooo itchy afterwards!
But it's great if you're in a rush and need to get out quickly.
Perhaps I'll try the Batiste one next...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Hmm, I am developing quite a habit for dry shampoo, and have now tried several brands:
A trick (that works for me), is to spray when the hair is just starting to get greasy. That way, I stay 'grease free' for another couple of days. If I wait til I am greasy and then spray, my hair seems to get heavy and stiff whatever brand I use.
BATISTE is the least expensive so far, the whitest (I can brush it out of my red-brown hair, but it takes some of the shine off), and if I am not careful I can look prematurely grey in places. It comes in two scents. The tropical is coconutty and pleasant. It definitely works, but has a slight tendency to dry my ends (I have long hair). A good, inexpensive staple, available in Boots the Chemist throughout the UK for about £2 a can. 3 stars.
OJON RUBOUT has a stronger smell, works very well, has virtually no colour, doesn't have to be brushed out nearly so well, and costs about £14 for 180 ml can. Yes, it is good, but the price is ridiculous. I have never had the nozzle clog, but all over the internet are reviews complaining about this, so I have obviously been lucky! From QVC only in the UK (or eBay, if you are a cheapskate, like me). 4 stars.
KLORANE OAT DRY SHAMPOO is the best of the 3. It has the nicest smell, and only a slight colour which is very easy to brush out. It can be used on successive days, and doesn't seem to build in the hair, and when I use a lot of it, it seems to make my hair fall in smooth even waves. It doesn't dry my hair out, but it does take a little of the shine off. At about £6 a can (150ml) I wouldn't call it cheap, but it is definitely affordable, and I would rather use this one than either of the other 2. The huge disadvantage is that I can't seem to find it anywhere but on the internet and the prices vary a lot. 5 Stars.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is the best dry shampooo EVER. I have tried them all. Rene F. was my first which is ok but didn't last very long. Ojon ..soaks up oil but doesn't really make hair feel clean - it's not as good as Rene F. or Klorane. Oscar Blandi is the one of the worst - smells like pledge and my can was done after one or two uses. Bumble and Bumble is the WORST!! I also tried T3 - which is the best of the colored variety but it's expensive and DOES dry hair out.
Klorane is the BEST because it actually makes hair feel clean..not only does it soak up oil but your hair looks freshly washed almost and you can easily restyle it. I have dark black hair that's highlighted and the white blends in easily and I don't have any issues w/ blending. And, it's cheaper than most. Also, it's all natural..which is a big benefit.
I also have used Psssssst..which is a good cheap product but Klorane is worth the extra cost if you have the money! I dont know why I discovered dry shampoo so late in life..because now I can't live w/o it!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Other
I previously used Label.M dry shampoo which was twice as expensive and didn't seem to last long, although I think I've used it only about 5 times. So it's obvious I was looking for a different brand product. I've tried Klorane only once so far, but can already see it works much better, makes hair looking "clean" and takes away the smell. It's easy to use and doesn't make my scalp itchy. I wash my hair every 5 days and use dry shampoo on Day 4, so it seems to work for two days for me. I can't say using the product helps to style my hair, and my hair goes a bit flat after an hour, but I do have very fine hair and lots of it. As another reviewer mentioned, don't be tempted to run your fingers through your hair, it's not a nice feeling. :o) Overall, I find the product very user-friendly and it does what it is designed for. I will definitely continue buying.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Brand new to the dry shampoo thing. And my scalp is hyper-sensitive and tends to get very oily very quickly. My expectations were low. First spray - not promising. My scalp was already really itchy and I had images of having to race home and shampoo. After leaving it in my hair for 2 minutes as directed and brushing out as thoroughly as possible, my scalp was still kinda itchy. However, after 10 minutes, it felt better. At the end of the day - my hair and scalp felt normal. No itch. No oilies. Like I could go another day without shampooing. HUGE fan.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This works. but can someone please tell me if i can use it on my hair extensions? they are micro link ones
please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is my saviour on those late and chaotic days when I don't have time to wash my hair.
- easy to use
- pleasant scent
- really does work, neutralizes odours, gets rid of the greasies
- no build up on my skin
- none really
- it is a bit pricy, but worth it
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is a lifesaver; it absorbs oil and gives hair more body, although you won't want to be running your fingers through it too much after. A little tricky to use and if you overdo it, it's not fun to get out if you are in a rush. The scent is inoffensive - I wouldn't even mind if it were to have more of a perfume scent to it. I have the non-aerosol version and only need a few "puffs" to get me through a day. Great stuff.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Good for eliminating oily scalp odor, not sufficient enough for me at suppressing oil - left my hair drier than prior to application, but it was still very weighed down, and flat. I applied this stuff every which way possible, even found plenty of youtube instructions for it, but the results were always the same. Pretty expensive for a relatively small container that will run dry within 2 1/2 weeks with frequent use. I'm looking to try Batiste Dry Shampoo next, hopefully I have better luck with it.