Happy Tuesday to each and every one. Hope your week is up to a good start. A few weeks ago, I did a roundup of my favorite dry shampoos which you can check out HERE. In that post, I promised to tell you more about my favorite Klorane Dry Shampoos which I also love and use even to these days. In fact, it’s Klorane that made me like and explore dry shampoos even more. So, without further ado, here’s my take of this brand’s dry shampoos and read what I like about each of them.
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk (mini/1 oz: $10, 3.2 oz: $20) – This is the first Klorane Dry Shampoo I’ve tried and I fell in love with this immediately right after the first spray. It contains corn and rice starch with organic oat milk which really works wonders on the hair and it’s gentle on the scalp and strands. The scent has green notes but it’s not crazy overpowering like most dry shampoos out there. What I love the most about this original Klorane Dry Shampoo is that it really makes the hair look clean, volumized, and refreshed. It’s not meant for super oily hair but it eliminates excess oil off my hair which already has a tendency to get oily pretty easily. Also, this Allure Best of Beauty winner is perfect for color-treated hair and for any hair types. It does not contain any Parabens, SLES, Sulfates, and even Formaldehydes. Additionally, I find that this product doesn’t really leave any visible whitish or chalky residue on my jet black hair which is a huge plus for me because sometimes dealing with these residues can take some time.
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk Natural Tint (mini/1 oz: $10, 3.2 oz: $20) – This has the same ingredients and scent as the original Klorane Oat Milk Dry Shampoo above, only except this version contains beige powder (instead of white) and it’s meant to blend naturally with dark hair. To be honest, the natural beige tint of this dry shampoo is a nice bonus, but as what I’ve said before, the original Klorane Dry Shampoo above, with its whitish powder, doesn’t really leave any visible chalky residue on the hair. So, if you already have the original Klorane dry shampoo above, then you can pretty much skip this tinted one or vice versa. But if you’re like me and you wanna be safe, you can buy a mini size of this dry shampoo and keep it in your purse for emergencies.
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle Oil Control (mini/1 oz: $10, 3.2 oz: $20) – I got this out of curiosity just to see if this really works as promised. Also, I wanted to test if this could actually deal with my tendency-to-get-really-greasy hair. 🙂 With ingredients like the two Klorane Dry Shampoos above plus Nettle Extract which promotes hair growth and hair health, I do believe this works like a charm in controlling excess hair oil even after two days of having an unwashed hair, and it does add volume as well. I would have loved this a lot, but this does leave some whitish residue on the hair right after spraying. However, the chalky residue goes away pretty easily, you just gotta let it settle on your hair for a few seconds and then massage lightly onto scalp, then blend and brush your hair. Lately, I noticed that there’s a newer version of this dry shampoo and it’s meant for dark hair, you can see it HERE. So, when I’m done with this, I’m definitely getting that version for sure. Just like with the two Klorane Dry Shampoos above, this Nettle Oil Control Dry Shampoo is also great for color-treated hair and it’s free of Sulfates, SLES, Parabens, Formaldehyde, etc.
Bottom line, I really like using these Klorane Dry Shampoos not only because they truly make the hair look clean and renewed, but also because they just feel light in terms of their scent and the way they feel on my hair. I just wish their bottles could get a little bit bigger so I could get more use out of them.
What are your favorite dry shampoos? Are you a fan of Klorane?
The Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk (Tinted/Untinted) and the Klorane Dry Shampoo Nettle Oil Control can be found at Sephora, Ulta, Revolve, and Amazon
* Hair Dryer is from Harry Josh, available HERE
* Straw Hat can be found HERE