The Best Dry Shampoo


Ladies and gents, my favorite dry shampoo. I’ve pretty much tried them all, and Klorane is by far my favorite. It smells good, blends well, doesn’t get funky towards the end of day, doesn’t make my dark brunette hair look powdery AND the nozzle doesn’t clog. It has been a savior for my blunt bangs these past couple of weeks. I love love love it.

Now, Klorane Dry Shampoo is available in travel size! This portable beauty tool fits into any bag to make cleansing between regular shampoos even more convenient. Ideal for frequent use, the travel friendly dry shampoo with oat milk leaves hair clean, refreshed and full of volume.

Directions for use: Shake well before use and evenly spray a small quantity of powder 12 inches from the hair. Leave for 2 minutes, then brush thoroughly.

NEW Travel Size Klorane Dry Shampoo SRP $7.50 / 1.06 oz.

  1. Kimberly

    September 8, 2009 at 9:12 am

    As a girl rockin’ the bangs too, I’m curious what are the benefits of using a dry shampoo vs. just shampooing my bangs (my current m.o.)? I
    .-= Kimberly´s last blog ..Grand Canyon =-.

  2. Sarah

    September 8, 2009 at 9:20 am

    1. No water, no blow-drying, no extra styling
    2. You can do it anywhere. In your car, in a public bathroom, wherever and whenever..
    3. Saves time!!

  3. Darcey

    September 8, 2009 at 9:44 am

    I was wondering what that one was like. I think I’ve tried every other dry shampoo out on the market (am obsessed)… I’m currently using the Big Sexy Hair one, but it’s not winning points with me… it makes me loathe touching my hair. I cringe the same way with nails on a chalkboard – it almost makes my hair squeak? But for appearance, it works quite well, which is why I’m still using it.
    .-= Darcey´s last blog ..Always Busy =-.

  4. Sarah, Ohana Mama

    September 8, 2009 at 10:16 am

    I was just researching dry shampoos, but not for me, for my daughter Leah. She hates washing her hair and while I know it’s necessary, I thought, what if i skipped and used dry shampoo a couple times a week…is that horrible of me?!

    I used baby powder on her hair and it works but not so sure about using it frequently.
    .-= Sarah, Ohana Mama´s last blog ..Hula Shake Around the Blogosphere {leave your link!} Featuring Hair Thursday =-.

  5. megan

    September 8, 2009 at 10:26 am

    When I tried that a few years ago (2005) it smelled so terrible, it sounds like they made some improvements, maybe I’ll pick some up!

  6. brittany

    September 8, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Is there a dry shampoo option for curly girls who can’t brush their hair unless it’s wet?

    You don’t HAVE to brush out the product – you can use your fingers to work it through your curls… :)

  7. HollyLynne

    September 8, 2009 at 11:02 am

    I’ll have to try this one. I LIVE for dry shampoo! It is a lifesaver for lazy girls like me who like to hit the snooze button a zillion times every morning. :)
    .-= HollyLynne´s last blog ..I totally made a pie =-.

  8. PaintingChef

    September 8, 2009 at 11:43 am

    THANK YOU! I cannot TELL you the stress I’ve been having over this lately. I have SUPER (crispy crackly and curly) dry hair and so I honestly do wash it only like twice a week. But I also? Have a nightime neck sweat thing that has led to me actually FEBREEZING the underneath of my hair. (I’m so ashamed)…

    I am ordering this IMMEDIATELY.
    .-= PaintingChef´s last blog ..And we’re being honest… I’m a little pissed off at my non-cooperative hair too… =-.

  9. kat

    September 8, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    ooh. am trying this ASAP.
    i do have a question though – since it’s powder, is it easy to brush out so it doesn’t look like you are flakey?

    The powder is so fine that it doesn’t look flakey at all, but yes, it is pretty easy to brush out.

    .-= kat´s last blog ..just hand me an embroidered apron and get out of my kitchen. =-.

  10. san

    September 8, 2009 at 1:44 pm

    I’ve just received a travel size sample of Fekkai Au natural Dry Shampoo. Have you used this and if yes, can you recommend it? I have dark brunette hair like you.

    I have used it. It does the job, but I prefer Klorane.

  11. sarah

    September 8, 2009 at 7:15 pm

    no. way.

    i am not even kidding. last NIGHT i was googling and reading review after review on dry shampoos and thought to my little self, “i really need to email hair thursday about this issue.” kapow.

    think and ye shall receive… or something…
    .-= sarah´s last blog ..in retrospect, it really is funny. =-.

  12. carrie

    September 8, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    Where do you buy this stuff??

  13. Yeager

    September 8, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    I think that’s what our fellow banged blogger @girlsgonechild reco’s too.
    .-= Yeager´s last blog ..Having enough experience in both departments now, I can say that working is *… =-.

  14. Tavia

    September 9, 2009 at 7:03 am

    Do you have any idea if this is available in Europe too? I can’t seem to find it
    .-= Tavia´s last blog ..Review -Too Faced – Smoky eye – Palette =-.

  15. Danielle

    September 11, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    Where can I buy this (besides online)? Will someplace like Ulta have it?? I’ve wanted to try a dry shampoo…

    .-= Danielle´s last blog ..Bubba, Paige, Braden, Blake & Brutus =-.