If there's one beauty product I always have around its dry shampoo. I don't like washing my hair everyday as I don't want to make my hair become any oilier than it already is but I hate that '2nd day' feeling.
A resolution to this is dry shampoo. It's such a good way to freshen up your roots as well as hiding any oiliness. I'll tell you a secret, when I was a teen I used to baby powder to hide my greasy locks. It sorta worked but I probably looked like I was going grey early. These days, its a lot easier to use a dry shampoo. I have three in my stash at the moment. Boots Dry Shampoo in paradise island is my least favourite of the three. This one has a tropical scent - I can sniff out the coconut in this and whilst I liked it at first, it lingers for a while and becomes cloying and sickly. The can also doesn't distribute the shampoo evenly so you get the white powder effect in patches rather than evenly. It does do the job of making hair look less oily but you have to make sure you rub it in well. Next up is the far superior Dove Refresh + Care Dry Shampoo. The can dispenses this very finely and even though its white, you don't need to rub it in as much. Its smells like a subtle version of the dove leave in conditioner which is a gorgeous scent and it doesn't linger. I'll buy this again as it keeps my hair feeling fresh all day and its nice and light on the hair. Its more expensive than the Boots shampoo but its worth paying that extra for. Finally, I have the Phil Smith Wow Brunette Coloured Dry Shampoo. Unlike the previous two, this dry shampoo is perfect for brunette as its a brown tone. I was expecting this to be too dark for my hair as I have highlights but its a great match. It has a slight shampoo type smell - nothing offensive or overpowering but it also makes my hair look shiny whilst covering any oil. Obviously this one is only suitable for brunettes but I rate both this and the Dove shampoo as good and better than the likes of batiste, which I'm not overly keen on.
Have you tried any of these or is there a dry shampoo out there you love?