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A lot of people would know about dry shampoo. I was actually surprised that the majority of my female coworkers use dry shampoo on a daily basis.
Personally, I don`t like dry shampoo. Even though its supposed to help clear the oil from your hair, it still leaves a weird texture. I would rather shower.
That being said, I need dry shampoo as I do travel a lot and my flights are mostly long haul. This really helps keep me fresh and clean.
Here`s my review on Clean Dry Shampoo.
Applicator is a fine tip where you can control how much you need
Takes away dirt and oil from your roots
Smells like a mix between pantene and baby powder, which is not bad
Lightweight and airlines accept it
Has least amount of ingredients
Does not leave white residue on roots
If the powder gets on your clothes, its hard to brush it off
Hair is not shiny though, it gives it a matte look
For the price, $22 for a bottle, it really is not bad, considering you don`t need it everyday. I`ve had it for 2 years now and only 1/3 of the bottle has been used. I`m pretty sure these don`t expire as well.
For the applicator, it`s a lot better than the aerosol can ones and airlines don`t accept the aerosol ones anyways. My friend has an aerosol one and she much prefers my applicator as its so much easier and targeted.
Hope that helps.
*photos are mine*