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If your hair is a little oily and needs a pick me up, try spritzing on a little dry shampoo. It's a simple way to turn your hair from greasy to fab without having to go through the whole ordeal of shampooing. Before you spray your locks, make sure you're using a great dry shampoo that will work for you.
Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk
Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk was voted "Allure" magazine's best of beauty in 2009 and 2011. The mag loves it for it's ability to extend your blowout by a day or two. It'll sop up extra oil, leaving hair voluminous and easier to manage. And, with oat milk to soothe the hair, you'll be oil free without drying out your hair.
John Freida Luxurious Volume
"Elle" magazine recommends John Freida Luxurious Volume if your hair needs a little extra oomph. Not only does it soak up those pesky oils, but it breathes new life into limp locks. So, if you've got fine hair, give yourself a good spray of the product to pump up your tresses instantly.
Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible Dry Shampoo
Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible dry shampoo comes highly recommended by "InStyle." The product removes grease from hair without leaving any white residue, so no one will know you used it. So, if you've had trouble with annoying dry shampoo streaks, Oscar Blandi Pronto Invisible dry shampoo is a product to definitely take for a test run.
Batiste Dry Shampoo Original
Batiste Dry Shampoo Original comes in a kind of kitschy looking tube, but it does the trick, according to "Allure" magazine. The product contains rice starch, which absorbs oil and thickens hair. Batiste Dry Shampoo Original sprays on white but will disappear when you brush it into your hair, blending it in seamlessly.