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I love dry shampoos, but what I love even more are shampoos that are affordable (All of these can be found at your local drugstores for under $10). Dry shampoo is a staple in my product kit because they are not only a great way to get rid of excess oil, but they can add volume to flat hair. Now with these newer formulas, these latest dry shampoos can even protect colour and give shine to the hair. There are enough choices to satisfy all of our hair needs.

HERBAL ESSENCES Naked Dry Shampoo, ($6 CAD)
With natural tapioca, this formula absorbs oil and rejuvenates dirty hair for a clean feeling. invigorate the strands with the scent of white grapefruit and mint and feel naturally beautiful without parabens or dyes. I also love how it comes in this smaller, purse-friendly size. I carry this everywhere with me!

PANTENE Blowout Extend, Original Fresh & Root Reboot Dry Shampoo ($6 CAD)
Pantene Dry Shampoos are scientifically formulated with natural tapioca. The formulas absorb hair’s natural oils to leave hair looking and feeling refreshed. Waterless washing is the secret to extending your blowout beyond the first day and adding vitality to hair in between washes. Choose from the collection: Root Reboot, Blowout Extend or Original Fresh.

VIDAL SASSOON ColorFinity Dry Shampoo In Intense Blondes ($6.99 CAD)
This dry shampoo is an all-in-one package for blondes! The formula with lightweight refreshers was developed by VS color experts and helps eliminate unwanted oils from hair, without washing out color pigments. And it will not leave any residues.

TRESEMMÉ Fresh Start Dry Shampoo ($5.99 CAD)
This is my very first dry shampoo and it still holds a spot in my heart. This Dry Shampoo, with Mineral Clay and Citrus, revives your fine, limp hair by removing excess oil and impurities and helping eliminate odor, leaving hair revitalized.

  • I don’t know if it’s just me, but dry shampoos always make my hair feel even MORE oily! Maybe I just haven’t found THE ONE yet.. Will definitely have to try the Herbal Essences one!

    • You’re not the only one! I remember I tried the Batiste ones and I agree, that SOME of those did make my hair more oily. But definitely try the Herbal Essences one, that is my favorite :)