Battle of the Dry Shampoos

For those who have neither the time nor energy for daily washings, dry shampoo is a lifesaver. Siobhan Bentley recommends four versions.

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Dry shampoo is a lifesaver. Whether I need to refresh my hair before work, or am looking to add some extra va-va-vroom when I head to drinks with the girls, the magical stuff solves my hair troubles instantaneously. For hair that never becomes limp and lifeless, I keep a canister (or five!) of dry shampoo in my beauty closet. These are some of my favorites.

Ojon Full Detox Rub Out Dry Cleansing Spray ($24): This fuss-free dry shampoo contains soap bark tree extract to clean hair and leave it feeling revived. With no icky, white powder, it's completely undetectable.

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TRESemmé Fresh Start Strengthening Dry Shampoo ($5.50): This one refreshes hair while strengthening it to ensure that every last strand is looked after. It also smells delicious!

($25): Want to add volume and thickness to your tresses? A couple of sprays of this dry shampoo leaves hair bouncy and full of life.

Batiste Dry Shampoo ($8): You can never go wrong with a can of Batiste, and no matter which other brands I try, I always return to this one. It comes in a variety of scents and colors, so every head of hair can have the Batiste treatment.

Siobhan Bentley is a 24-year-old Londoner, self-proclaimed beauty addict, and the voice behind A Girl and a Beauty Blog.

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