Klorane dry shampoo review – does it really work?

November 27, 2014

I’ve tried Batiste and wasn’t impressed. So now it’s the turn of the another contender. Read on for my Klorane dry shampoo review.

Now I’ve never been a fan of dry shampoos, after trying the  most famous on the market, Batiste. While some people swear by it to get them through some greasy days, I just didn’t take to it.

For those who don’t know, dry shampoos are just that – product that you put in your hair which doesn’t require rinsing out.  So handy for those days when you’re just too lazy to wash your hair, or for when you went to bed thinking your hair was fine, but you woke up to find a different story (that happens to me all the time).
However, one fundamental truth is, that dry shampoo is no REAL substitute for washing your hair.
The idea of dry shampoo is that it sprays a mist over your hair and scalp, and the fine powder absorbs any grease.
This brings me onto the reason I don’t like Batiste.  The mist can leave a dandruff-like residue on your hair which can be tricky to brush out.
Blondes may not notice it so much, but on black hair, it’s pretty standout.
The other issue is that the dry shampoo can weigh quite heavily on your hair, and leave it feeling matte, which is not something I love.
So for all the above reasons and more, I didn’t really use dry shampoo.
However, I’ve recently discovered Klorane’s dry shampoo, which offers a much lighter mist and doesn’t have the same dandruff-y effect.  So check out my video review, and demo, so you can judge for yourself.
A spray can of Klorane Dry Shampoo

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