Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Klorane Dry Shampoo

I first heard of this product through Diana. At a fraction of the cost of Tigi's Rockaholic dry shampoo ($24 USD), I thought I'd give it a shot.

Klorane's hypo-allergenic dry shampoo really gives the stuff in the salon a run for it's money. Just shake the bottle, spray it onto your greasy roots, let it sit for a couple of minutes and brush it out. Unlike other dry shampoo's the nozzle on this product isn't prone to clogging. Most importantly, it really works and leaves my hair looking clean and shiny without any residue.

I've been guilty of overusing this product and have gone as long as 5 days between washes! The results are always good as long as you don't over spray.

Klorane can be purchased at Shoppers in the hypo-allergenic section for $10 (CND) or at Sephora for $18 (USD). 

::: Nathalie


  1. My favorite dry shampoo is Oscar Blandi. But it's a powder rather than a spray so it lasts a lot longer. I'm just getting to the bottom of mine and I've had it for almost 2 years! It's amazing =)

  2. Good tip thanks. I'll have to give that one a try especially if it's lasted you two years!