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Question: 
What are the best dry shampoo products?

Answer: It might be tempting to give your hair a daily washing, but did you know that frequent shampooing can dry out our locks and strip away the natural oils our hair needs? It’s better to shampoo every other day, so turn to a trusty dry shampoo to get you through those busy days. Rounding up five our favorite products, add these water-free and oil-busting beauties to your beauty arsenal for fast-acting relief from greasy, oily locks.

1. Batiste Dry Shampoo

For a fragrant yet highly effective weapon-of-choice, stick with this cherry scented wonder, ($8, nordstrom.com) which transforms dull and greasy tresses to a refreshed and yummy-smelling coif. Spray evenly onto problem areas, and brush out thoroughly for best results.

2. Alterna Cleanse Extend Translucent Dry Shampoo

Great for your gym bag or carry-on, this dry shampoo ($22, ultra.com) goes on totally translucent and uses pure organic bamboo extract and yucca root for a refreshing clean anytime you need it. Absorbing oils and unwanted build up, you don’t have to worry about this product streaking your hair after application.

3. Matrix Design Pulse Clean Remix Instant Dry Shampoo

To give your hair some much-needed volume, this texturizing and volumizing shampoo can both extend the life of your blowouts, as well as give your updos a bit more texture. Just spray, brush, and go with this portable product.

4. Prive Volumizing Dry Shampoo

For that fresh and gentle clean, this sprayable dry shampoo uses green ingredients such as gingko biloba, green and soy for a fresh clean without water. Adding amazing body to the hair, use this must-have before that next big night out.

5. Keratin Complex 9 Gram Dry Shampoo Applicator

Unlike aerosol sprays, powder-based dry shampoos can be applied onto select and necessary areas for the best oil-removing action. Best applied onto the root of your head, brush on some of this dirt-removing formula ($26, amazon.com) to your scalp, and brush evenly towards your ends.

Have you tried dry shampoo? What did you think?