Drug Store Dry Shampoo Reviews

  1. Not Your Mother's Clean Freak Refreshing Dry Shampoo did not do much for my hair. It was still greasy and flat as it could be after using this, which was a huge disappointment. It is affordably priced and easily accessible, but if it does not do anything, why even bother with it.  
  2. Batiste Dry Shampoo used to be my go to dry shampoos. I have gone through multiple bottles in the past, but something changed. They don't absorb grease at all anymore. My hair is greasier at the end of the day. Divine dark is great for darker hair, but if you play with your hair, you end up nasty nails with hair products, which is not pretty. The original formula leaves white cast. It was bearable when the product actually worked. Now it is just waste of money as well. 
  3. Dove Dry Shampoo is one of the better ones from the drugstore. It is lightweight and absorbs grease well. It does not provide any volume, which is a drawback. It has a strong powdery scent that overpowers even my perfumes, which is the reason why I don't use this one. The scent is not bad, but I don't want to smell like my dry shampoo all day. 
  4. Klorane Oat Milk Dry Shampoo is my favorite. It is on the pricier side, but it is totally worth it. It absorbs grease in addition to providing great volume. You would not know that it is the second hair day unless I told you so. The only drawback is that it is not easily accessible in drugstores.
  5. Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo is not my favorite for the same reason mentioned above. It did nothing for my hair and I was super disappointed considering it is one of the pricier ones.