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5 Of The Best Dry Shampoos

Washing and drying your hair can seem like an impossible (and indulgent) task these days, which is why a great dry shampoo should be in every mum’s bathroom cabinet. Not only will it mop up oil, revive limp roots, inject texture and movement, but it gives staying power and grip to ponytails and updos.
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Percy & Reed No Fuss Fabulousness Dry Shampoo (£12, johnlewis.com)

Light, airy, this beauty editor’s favourite dry shampoo will transform ‘day-old’ hair fast. Try it sprayed through lengths and ends too, before tying hair up, to give it more grip and volume.
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Batiste Dry Shampoo (from £2.99, boots.com)

The original budget buy, there’s a Batiste for everyone; with a hint of colour (great for temporarily blending in dark or grey roots too), an array of scents, mini cans and XL cans for dry shampoo fans.
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Philip Kingsley One More Day Dry Shampoo (£13.50, philipkingsley.co.uk)

Very lightweight (so no need to brush through after spraying and great for fine hair), this gentle formula helps cleanse the scalp and keep irritation at bay.
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Charles Worthington Style Setter Dry Shampoo (£5.99, charlesworthington.com)

The sweet blue lupin peptide soaks up unwanted oil and the green apple blossom, violet and musk fragrance makes your hair smell divine. This one gives great hold too, so doubles up as a styler when sprayed through from roots to ends.
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Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with oat milk (from £2.75, escentual.com)

Great for sensitive scalps and won’t clog your roots with white powder, so works well on fine or dark hair. Spray in and brush through if you need to, then style.

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