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Dry Shampoo 101

Hey guys! Happy Monday! Lately I’ve been getting some questions about my favorite hair products and one of my all-time favorite beauty products is dry shampoo. I’m sure you’ve all joined in on the dry shampoo bandwagon, and ever since I became a mom I find myself using it more and more. Plus, I’ve learned it’s bad for your hair to wash it too much! All this is a-okay in my book because that means less time I have to put into getting ready everyday, ha ha. I’ve used my fair share of dry shampoos so I thought I’d talk about my favorites and also some that I didn’t love all that much. If you’re interested keep on reading!

1. OGX Coconut Miracle dry shampoo (pictured above) has got to be in my top two all time favorites! I purchased a tester version from Ulta to try it out and MY GOODNESS it smells like heaven. Every time I use it I feel like I’ve just left the salon. It’s super affordable which is always a plus in my book and it doesn’t feel like a huge buildup of product in my hair! 5 STARS from me!

2. Amika Perk Up dry shampoo (not pictured)! I’ve only used this once but I’ll never forget how much I loved this stuff. It also smelled amazing and contains rice starch, which is a light powder that absorbs dirt and oil and adds volume and texture to hair. It’s free of sulfates, parabens, gluten, mineral oil, sodium chloride and artificial colors which is great! It’s a little more expensive than some of the other brands I’m talking about today but definitely worth the money! 5 STARS from me!

3. John Frieda Volume Refresh dry shampoo (pictured above) has been a favorite of mine for the past couple of months or so. I find that this stuff really gives me a lot of body and is perfect for fine hair, like my own. The only negative to this product is that it has a little bit of a white residue if you use too much of it in one spot, so I only recommend it to blondes! This is only $8.99 at Ulta! 4 STARS from me.

4. Batiste Dry Shampoo (not pictured) is one of my least favorite dry shampoos I’ve ever tried. It felt really heavy in my hair after a couple of hours and leaves a terrible white residue. For the price you can definitely find something better in my opinion! 2 STARS from me!

5. Last but not least is the EVA NYC Freshen Up dry shampoo (pictured above), which smells so good! I’ve never noticed it leaving a white residue and it’s really good for all hair types. It’s great if you plan to wash your hair the next day but if you want to make your hair last longer, I’d go with something a little lighter feeling. 3 STARS from me!

That’s all I’ve got for today and I hope y’all enjoyed reading about my favorite, and least favorite dry shampoos. There’s so many options out there that sometimes it can be a little overwhelming. Plus, it stinks to have to buy something to try it out only to realize you didn’t love it and wasted your money! Hopefully I’m helping you out in that department! Have a great week babes!


Kaily Mae


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