The Newest Dry Shampoos That Do More

It’s often difficult to imagine a world in which certain relatively recent technologies didn’t exist. Where would be without the Internet? Smartphones? Facebook? Certainly not reading this article, that’s for sure.

For us, dry shampoo is one of those “this didn’t exist a while ago and now I can’t imagine my life without it” type of products. Like other contemporary innovations, this category of hair care continues to improve. Dry shampoo doesn't just absorb hair oils anymore, they do much more.

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Here is the most recent crop of newly launched dry shampoos that we are most excited about.

Living Proof Perfect hair Day (PhD) Dry Shampoo
This shampoo actually works to clean your hair, not just mask the odor and absorb the oil. Spray it on, let it soak up any dirt and grim accumulated from your last washing and then brush it out to remove sweat, oil and odor. $22, livingproof.com

Verb Dry Shampoo
This product soaks up oil without drying out your scalp and contains a superfruit antioxidant complex that helps reduce free radicals caused by environmental damage. When applied to dirty, or even clean hair, it works as a styling product to add instant volume and texture. Apply it to your scalp, let it sit for two minutes and then brush it through for an instantly refreshed look. $14, verbproducts.com

Elizabeth and James Nirvana White Dry Shampoo and Black Dry Shampoo
These dry shampoos are the first to contain a fine fragrance in two scents: the signature fragrances for Elizabeth and James Nirvana Black and Nirvana White. They lightly perfume your hair while absorbing oil and adding volume to your roots. $28 each, sephora.com


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