The most popular dry shampoo in the world also happens to be the cheapest and we’re delighted

The original, and one of the very best, Batiste shampoo has won awards for its brilliance. There are so many options in the range now, including styling options.

Dry Shampoo, £2.99, Batiste

Available in a range of scents

If that wasn’t enough to convince you, this will: it is officially the best in the world. According to Daily Mail, 2.25 cans off the stuff sell every second across the world AND it has 1,200 amazing Amazon reviews, too.

iArt Of Hair Color Lustre Dry Cleaner, £17.25 Shu Uemura/I

For the closest thing to just-washed hair, this dry shampoo uses translucent micro-fine powders to absorb excess oil and freshen up roots without the residue.

Water Killer Dry Shampoo, £21, Evo

One of the best-smelling dry shampoos on offer, Evo’s Water Killer soaks up oil without leaving too much residue. A quick brush-through is enough for dark-haired gals to disguise leftover white powder.

First Class Charcoal Detox Dry Shampoo, £10, IGK

If you’re after the most heavy-duty dry shampoo you can get your hands on, this one will soak up grease at the sight of it. The scent is also really dreamy, the brand worked especially with a fragrance house to make them delectably different.

Eco-Friendly Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, £9, Klorane

Finally, your in-flight prayers are answered. Klorane’s eco-friendly dry shampoo is packaged without propellants and therefore is not classified as an aerosol (yaaaaas!). Simply shake and then squeeze to dispense the product onto your roots, leaving for two minutes before brushing through.

Dry Shampoo, £3.50, Colab

Available in a range of scents

Possibly Batiste’s biggest budget rival, Colab dry shampoos smell delicious, look great on your dressing table and *never* leave white residue. These sprays are a firm favourite.

Dry Shampoo, £20, Ouai

Yes, it’s a little more pricey but this is potentially the most chic dry shampoo you could get your mitts on. Jen Atkin’s genius haircare range makes the ultimate ‘cool girl’ products, and this is one of her best.

Dry Shampoo Light, £15.45, Morrocanoil

Incredibly light and pleasantly fragranced, this leaves hair looking and feeling incredibly silky and smooth. We love it.

Healthy Hair Dry Shampoo, £23, Living Proof

Any brand that gets the seal of approval from Jennifer Aniston is good enough for us. We love their no-fuss dry shampoo formula, along with its chic, understated packaging.

Got2be Fresh It Up Dry Shampoo, £3, Schwarzkopf

We’re big fans of fun packaging, so we had to try this eye-catching spray – and were seriously impressed.

Gold Lust Dry Shampoo, £36, Oribe

Fans of Oribe’s Dry Texturising Spray will love this dry shampoo. Soaking up grease and adding brilliant texture, this is worth the hefty price tag.

My Quick Fix Dry Shampoo, £14.50, RPR

This smells as good as it looks – and delivers fast results which not only make hair look less greasy, but also less limp and lifeless.

Lazy Girl Dry Shampoo, £19, Hair by Sam McKnight

Not only has hairstylist Sam McKnight creates some of the most iconic runway looks *ever* but he’s very kindly created his range of expert hairsprays so we can get his magical touch at-home. This dry shampoo smells next level amazing (the scent was designed by perfumer Lyn Harris) and won’t leave any white marks.

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