Best of Dry Shampoos - and worst?!

Hey girlies,

Here's a classic review and comparison which I find really useful so I thought I'd give one a go! I have been trying out a lot of dry shampoo whilst I was on exchange in the US as I stupidly brought a half empty can with me. Then I had to buy a random one and it broke so the cycle went on...

Anyway, here are three in no order, and my thoughts on how well they work (Batiste will always be my holy grail)

 This one is the most aesthetically pleasing can and seems the most promising, Charles Worthington have great branding. It acts as a refresher for dull hair so if you have flat/thin hair this would work for you. It is pretty standard in terms of shampoo and leaves a white cast but it is easily brushed out. Once that's over it does have a fresh scent, so I would give this 7.5/10

This was the random purchase which made me feel uneasy as it cost $16! It is by no means luxury as it is from B&BW but it was the only one available. I remember Tati from glamlifeguru reviewed it but I really don't enjoy this one. I was quite grateful it broke tbh, as it wasn't doing much and it left a damp patch where you sprayed it. It needs minutes to dry and then be brushed out but it almost hardened like gel. Perhaps my hair type isn't compatible. 5/10

This is one of the most impressive ones, from big sexy hair which is a great brand. It is volumizing but I never tease my hair, so again for fine hair this would work a treat. This is a US brand but maybe Sephora stock it online? It leaves a slight colour so brush it out well but after that it's almost like having fresh hair so for a little pick me up this works a treat. For the price I do think it does the job, it costs $15. 7.5/10

What are your thoughts?



  1. Wow, I've never tried dry shampoo. Now I'm curious, hmm maybe. Thanks for the review!


    1. Of course, both are good :)

  2. Great post! Very interesting!!
    Love the review!



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