The best dry shampoos, according to celebrity hairstylists

Let us introduce you to our favorite beauty secret weapon: dry shampoo.

By Nicole Saunders

If a hair routine that takes longer than 10 minutes seems too tedious for you, let us introduce you to our favorite beauty secret weapon: dry shampoo.

A lifesaver in the morning or after the gym, you can use dry shampoo anytime your hair feels greasy or when you want to add texture to your strands, explains Adir Abergel, hairstylist to Saoirse Ronan, Anne Hathaway and Kirsten Dunst. "Dry shampoo works wonderfully on bangs that need a refresh, on anything that has gotten a little flat, after the gym and in between blowouts," he says.

Though it's one of the most life-changing beauty products we have, it can be hard to find the right dry shampoo for you and your hair type. To help, we asked Abergel, along with the hairstylists to celebs like Mariah Carey, Priyanka Chopra and Gabrielle Union, to reveal their all-time favorite dry shampoos that they keep on hand in their professional kits.

Ahead are 18 of our favorite dry shampoos to ensure you have a good hair day, no matter how little styling time you have to spare. They range from a drugstore option that costs less than $7, to a luxe find that received major snaps from three hairstylists, with one promising it "will visibly clean your locks."

dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo

"dpHUE Apple Cider Vinegar Dry Shampoo is amazing because your scalp is actually getting cleansed as the powder absorbs the oil," says Larry Sims, hairstylist to Gabrielle Union, Zendaya and Danai Gurira. Apple cider vinegar has antimicrobial properties, and the lavender extract found in this formula helps to soothe your tired scalp.


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