The Good, the Bad, and the Greasy: The 8 Best and Worst Dry Shampoos on the Market

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got2b Powder'ful Volumizing Styling Powder, $3.70
Dry shampoo is, essentially, hair powder on crack, so this non-spray product just takes the aerosol out of the equation. Does it ... more 
Photo by: Amazon
got2b Powder'ful Volumizing Styling Powder, $3.70
Dry shampoo is, essentially, hair powder on crack, so this non-spray product just takes the aerosol out of the equation. Does it work? Well, yes and no. It's a great volumizing/texturizing powder, but it's not quite strong enough freshen anything past Day Four Hair. But, good for lightweights and those who aren't interested in pushing the washings past three or four days.
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Fri, Jan 11, 2013 4:48 PM EST
In the great fight for laziness, in the grand battle against flat hair, we have but one weapon. The dry shampoo. But not all dry shampoos are created equal. Some smell, like, really strange. Others provide an immediate, painful itch. Some (most) are made with propane? Some are tinted, others blast out a really, really white residue and you spend the day looking regrettably similar to George Washington. Some cost more than your dining room table. I know, it's tough to navigate these dry shampoo waters, isn't it? That's why I, a self-confessed dry shampoo addict, am here to help! Here are 8 of the best and worst dry shampoos I've tried. - By Natalie Holbrook


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