13 Best Dry Shampoos for Different Hair Types

Dry shampoo is a gift bestowed upon us from the beauty gods. It allows us to shampoo less and keeps our locks looking fresh even after the third (or fourth) day.

While it may be tempting to buy whatever dry shampoo is available at your local drugstore, it’s helpful to know that there usually is a specific dry shampoo match for every hair type. Finer hair types, for example, may not want to use a product that is extremely drying or detoxifying. Similarly, oily and thicker hair types may want to look for buildup-busting products that keep greasiness at bay.

Additionally, I suggests that the way you use your dry shampoo is equally important. Dry shampoo would typically be used on day two (or three) after a blowout or other fresh style. I would only spray the product on your roots in quick spurts and always spray from a distance. Doing so prevents the product from dulling your hair color.

To help you find the right dry shampoo product that is best suited for your needs, I’m sharing my favorite dry shampoos for common hair types below.

Coiled or Curly Hair

Suitable for coily and wavy hair types, this dry shampoo product can be used on fine, thick, and medium hair for an instant boost of freshness.
Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo $24


This volumizing dry shampoo is great for wavy, curly, and coily hair types because it uses micro-fine rice powders and golden root extract to treat your tresses and deliver volume.
DryBar Detox Dry Shampoo $23
Pump up your waves with this special texturizing product that lightly adds volume without leaving your hair dry or damaged.
Joico Body Shake Texturizing Finisher $19.99
Those of you blessed with tightly coiled hair should pack this dry shampoo in your purse or travel tote as it lightly cleans and deodorizes your tresses without weighing them down.


Tarte Hair Goals Dry Shampoo $19

Dry and Color-Treated Hair

Color-treated, dry, or damaged hair types should feel encouraged to use this dry shampoo for its lightweight formula that gently removes oil without drying out the hair and scalp.
Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo $45
Whether your hair is auburn, platinum, or pastel pink, you’ll love to know that this budget-friendly dry shampoo cleanses your locks while leaving your hair full of volume.
Love Beauty and Planet Volume and Bounty Juicy Grapefruit Dry Shampoo $8.99
Great for anyone looking for maximum volume and hold, this dry shampoo is perfect for both shorter and longer lengths.
Sachajuan Dry Powder Shampoo $35
This multitasking dry shampoo is suitable for those with keratin-treated tresses as it’s free of potentially damaging ingredients, such as sulfates and sodium chloride.

Tigi Bed Head Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo $21.99
Formulated without ingredients like talc or aluminum, this dry shampoo provides your hair with immediate relief whenever you need it most.
amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo $25

Oily Hair

This dry shampoo is worth investing in if your hair tends to get greasy quickly – it normalizes oil production while also drawing out impurities.

Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Biotin Dry Shampoo $24
This dry shampoo cuts styling time in half in the morning by absorbing excess oil and blending nicely into the hair.
Chi Dry Shampoo $19
This dry shampoo powder product can be a real godsend for those with oily hair. It gently sucks up any buildup and grease lingering on the roots.

Aveda shampure Dry Shampoo $31
Free of sulfates, gluten, and artificial colors, this coconut-scented dry shampoo is perfect for those with finer hair because its lightweight formula absorbs oil and sweat instantly.

Hask Coconut Dry Shampoo $7.99

xx, ByJenniferlynn

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