Dry shampoo is more than the lazy woman’s hair wash. Dry shampoo is a styling tool in its own right. Sure, it can give you an extra 12-48 hours before you need to do the arm-achey hairdryer thing. But, more than that, if you are cursed with fine, badly-behaved hair, it can add real muscle to each strand. No more floppy, lank, silky disappointment. But rather, oomph. Beauty School Dropout uses dry shampoo on perfectly clean hair. The rice starch in the formula – which is the active grease absorber – brings a hugely satisfying roughness and swish to the party.
The Moroccanoil formula is not too powdery like some, and not too sticky like others. It smells neither sickly, nor fruity. It sucks up oil but, crucially, it gives you bed hair. If Beauty School Dropout were feeling racy she might say that, for hair that looks freshly fucked, this is just the ticket.
Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo (Dark/Light Tones), 205ml, £15.45