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Ed. Obsession Under $20: The 60-second secret to hallway-ready hair


 
Dry shampoos were pretty much the best thing that ever happened to me (er, my hair). I’m a firm believer that hair doesn’t need to be washed every day—or even every other day, depending on how you style it—and that sometimes dirty hair just looks better.

 

But then there’s the problem of roots—they can get a bit slick after a day or two without suds, and that’s never cute. So when dry shampoos entered the scene, I was ecstatic. Finally, a spray-on solution that left hair looking clean, plus added a bit of gritty texture (perf for styling) without the chalkiness of using baby powder (an old trick to fix the same sitch).

 

I even spray dry shampoo on my clean hair sometimes, just because I like the look. But here’s the thing about dry shampoos: they can also make hair look, well, dry. (Shocking, I know.)

 

Enter dry conditioners. When the got2b Rockin’ It Dry Conditioner landed on my desk, I squealed. This spray combines the texture of dry shampoo with the silkiness of a shine spray. Alone, it works as the easiest-ever way to get locks that look mussed up, but still pretty. And if you’re in need of a real wash—like, after gym class—it layers perfectly over dry shampoo.

 

Do you like using dry shampoo? Are you going to grab this dry conditioner? Tell us in the comments!
 

got2b Rockin’ It Dry Conditioner, $4, walmart.com
 
 

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