Mini Review Monday – Klorane Dry Shampoo

Happy Monday, beauties!

I have another Mini Review Monday for you this week! Over the weekend, Klorane generously sent me their famous dry shampoo to try out – Fun fact, Klorane was the very first dry shampoo invented back in 1971 – I had no idea. And it’s no wonder their product is amazing because it’s the first, they’ve had over 45 years to perfect it! See my thoughts below.

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Klorane has 3 Dry Shampoos in their line – Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk + Natural Tint (to help avoid the white-residue) and Dry Shampoo with Nettle for oily hair. They generously sent me the OG Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk and the Nettle version for oily hair.

Both work amazingly, especially the Nettle version – This one really made my hair feel squeaky clean even though I had “day 2” hair. On day 3 hair is when I used the original formula, and it made my hair feel cleansed and full of volume and texture, which I really think helped to keep my hairstyle in place that night!

The only one minor downside (and it’s pretty minor) is the OG formula leaves a residue behind on the sink or wherever it’s being pointed at. While it’s easy to wipe away, it’s just a little messy and inconvenient. However, this doesn’t show up in your hair as long as you brush it out – The product is still amazing but just thought you should know. This can probably be avoided if you use the product in a well ventilated and spacious place (versus my tiny apartment bathroom). Other than that, I highly recommend this dry shampoo!

Have you tried this dry shampoo before? What’s your go-to dry shampoo? Let us know in the comments below!

Thanks for ready beautiful!

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