5 Dry Shampoos For Busy Mornings

Confession: I don’t wash my hair as often as you probably think I should. I refrain from shampoo for a variety of reasons including a lot of busy, a little bit of lazy, a bottle of bleach blonde, and a dash of don’t want to kill my hair. While I still shower like regular people (I promise i’m not stinky), most of the time I rely on deliberate hair updos to conceal the need to rinse or I sport a wonderful clean look thanks to dry shampoo.

Dry shampoo is new to me — only discovering it after I had my 4th chidl and had even less time to wash my long hair. I was thrilled with how well it worked and allowed me to fake the “totally showered” look and still wear my hair down. If you’re on the hunt for a dry shampoo, it may take a little testing to find out which product hits all your happy points (how well it works, price, smell, ease of use). Dry shampoos are either usually a powder or a spray and work to soak up the oil, clean up your hair, give it some texture, and improve the smell.

If you’re venturing into dry shampoo, here are 5 products you should give a try:

1. Batiste

The great thing about Batiste other than it totally works is you can choose from different scents and they even have ones specific to red hair, and brown hair.
Want to give it a try? Visit Batiste Dry Shampoo for how-tos, where to buy, and all their products.

2. amika Obliphica Perk Up

It smells amazing, works well, and contains products that help nurture your hair at the same time.
Want to give it a try? Visit Birch Box for more info and to purchase. 

3. Dove Refresh + Care Invigorating Dry Shampoo

Lightweight, inexpensive and while some may say it has a strong smell to it, the bonus with that is it will still smell great after a long day of work.
Want to give it a try? Buy some from Amazon, $7

4. Shu Uemura Art of Hair Volume Maker

If you’re in need of a quick clean and need some volume added to your hair, this dry shampoo does a great job at both. Whether you want to leave your hair down or rock a updo, this dry shampoo is perfect. Bonus is the application allows you to target exactly where you want it.
Want to give it a try? Visit Shu Uemura for more info and links to purchase. 

5. Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo

If smell is one of the top must-haves on your list for dry shampoo, this product won’t disappoint. It not only smells pretty, but works great and leaves your hair with a soft matte look. You can use a makeup brush to apply targeted where you need it or use your fingers to brush through your hair.
Want to give it a try? Visit Lush for more information and links to purchase.

Photo credit: adapted from takot | Flickr

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Devan McGuinness

Devan McGuinness is Editor-In-Chief of the lifestyle website byDevan . Gluten-free, vegan eater, and home-schooling mother to 4, Devan believes you can have all the finer things in life -- even when you don't have a lot of time.

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