I'm kind of raising this thread from the dead, but I was actually curious if anyone had any other input for this.
I've been looking into using dry shampoo and want to get some opinions and reviews before I buy a $12 hair care product. I can barely bring myself to spend $5.50 on my shampoo and conditioner individually. Needless to say, I'm a bit cheap.
I just bought Not Your Mother's Dry Shampoo. I just sprayed it in my hair, and so far, so good. I noticed if you spray it too close to your scalp, that it leaves a big white spot, however, if you just brush it out with your fingers or brush/comb, it disappears.
I'm a hairstylist of 10+ years and I've started embracing dry shampoos only within the past 2 years. I think it's a brilliant product for most people. It absorbs the oils of the scalp, and can create volume. It's a wonderful things as no one should be washing their hair every day. It's not great for everyone though. Like myself, I make my hair stand straight up with about four products every day, so there's nothing I can do to revive it every day, aside from dampening it or rewashing it. So, if you wear your hair more natural with minimal product, I'd bank on it being great for you. I recommend it to about 70% of my clients and most of them repeatedly buy it. I can't vouch for any on here, but the Label M and KMS brands are great. They are all made with similar ingredients, just some are of higher quality than others, so I's say go for it.