These top three dry shampoos save the worst hair day

There are tons of dry shampoos out there, vying for your attention. But not all dry shampoos make the cut. You need something that absorbs oil, adds volume and leaves your hair smelling fresh – just what you need on a bad hair day. If you’re not sure what to choose, consider these top three dry shampoos.

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk

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At only $20 on Amazon, this dry shampoo might seem too good to be true. But it’s been on the best-seller list for more than 40 years. It removes oil from dirty hair, but it won’t leave your scalp dry and flaky, which is especially great if you use this product during the cold, winter months.

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo

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This dry shampoo joins a long line of amazing Moroccanoil products, and it doesn’t disappoint. It’s designed for straight, wavy, curly and coiled hair. What’s more, Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo has different formulas for both dark and light hair tones. Without any paragons or phthalates, it’s a hair product you can feel good about using.

DryBar Detox Dry Shampoo

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This Sephora best seller works for all hair types and gives you an instant refresh. Not only does it transform the way your hair looks, but it smells lush, featuring sandalwood, musk and violet fragrances. Micro-fine rice powders, combined with golden root extract help to absorb excess oils and prevent splitting and dry hair.

And if you like to use products that are good for you, this is a great choice since it’s made without parabens, sulfates and phthalates.

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