Tresemme, Got2B, Batiste, and Klorane, just to name a few, are some of the brands I tried. Of those my favorite was Batiste. This left my hair feeling refreshed and freshly scented (also, it should be noted it was very affordable and readily available). The only downside was a bit of a greying effect on the sports where I had distributed it and my hair seems more weighed down.
I wasn't entirely pleases and would switch back and to Batiste from other brands like TIGI and Not Your Mother's (NYM). I tried the two different dry shampoos from TIGI's Rockaholic and Catwalk series, they both required a lot of product to absorb the oil and reapplication was needed to keep my hair looking refreshed throughout the day. NYM dry shampoo worked well and I though that it my be my HG dry shampoo, light scent, not a huge greying effect and affordable, but it left my hair feeling sticky and heavy. I still wasn't satisfied so on chance in May I picked up Dove's Dry Shampoo and I am so glad I did.
Dove's dry shampoo, is a bargain coming to just under five dollars at check-out. Not only does it score point with my wallet (lol), but a reapplication throughout the day is not needed and it doesn't leave my hair feeling so weighed down. While I do have blonde hair, there isn't a noticeable greying/lightening/white cast with this formula. The scent is light and smells fresh. I feel that I have more body in my locks with this on. That said, it feels very weightless and soft while extending the length of my wash by at least another day... or three (unheard of). The only thing I would pick on is the fact that the product in the can doesn't seem to last to long, maybe 3 or 4 weeks, so I have been buying around one can per month.
In considering the right shampoo for you you must think of the finish you desire, the type of hair you have, the color, as well as the texture, all the while to achieve the perfect revitalized look for yourself. This has been my recent favorite and most affordable dry shampoo, after having searched for and trying many drugstore options. Of course I'd like the opportunity to try more dry shampoos, but this one will do for now!
My hair type: Thick, normal, combination oily, blonde
Have you tried this particular brand and formula? Do you use dry shampoos? If so what is your favorite dry shampoo?