I Tried It… TRESemmé Fresh Start Dry Shampoo

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Tresemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo

At 6:45 a.m. on the Monday morning after Thanksgiving break, I had approximately 2.5 minutes to get ready and get out the door to make it on time to my 8 a.m. class. Like almost all Monday mornings, I went to reach for my favorite dry shampoo – Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo – to rejuvenate my hair that I hadn’t washed since Saturday night… except, I couldn’t find it. Of course, I left it on my home bathroom counter, 3000 miles away, and for the remainder of the day, my oily hair was safely hidden under an incredibly unfashionable baseball cap.

As soon as I got out of class (well, after a much-needed shower and some hair-washing), I raced to Walmart to find a replacement for my Oscar Blandi. My college town doesn’t have a Sephora, so I was in search of cult favorites Psst or Batiste. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find either of them. However, I did see TRESemmé’s Fresh Start Dry Shampoo. I purchased it (for about $4), and was ecstatic about finding a dry shampoo that cost less than my favorite Starbucks order.

What is it?

TRESemmé’s product, like all dry shampoos, promises a clean head of hair without the hassle of washing – perfect for making that blowout last a day or two longer. Basically, you spray the product at your roots, brush it out, and voila– oil-free, clean hair.

The dry shampoo market isn’t perfect – even the best products (like my beloved Oscar Blandi) can give dark hair a greyish tint and take a while to completely brush out, so I really did not have high expectations for TRESemmé’s dry shampoo. I figured as long as it made my hair look not disgusting then I’d be happy. After all, I’d bought it for $4, so really, how could it even be a waste of money?

How did it work?

6:45 a.m., Wednesday morning: I reached for the TRESemmé and sprayed it on my roots. I waited a few minutes while I put on mascara/brow pencil, and then brushed my hair out. When I looked in the mirror, I expected marginally clean, maybe a bit matte, hair.

What I actually got was flat, lifeless, greyish greasy hair. Never before have I used a hair product that’s made my hair look worse than before I used it. Imagine how your hair looks after three or four days without washing it, and that’s how my hair looked after using this product. Some dry shampoo doesn’t exactly clean, but makes hair more voluminous- not this, as my hair fell flatter than before.

Honestly, I cannot see any positive use for this product. It might be one of the worst hair products I’ve ever personally tried – my roommate even tried it and hated it. This is definitely a waste of money – that $4 could have been better spent almost anywhere; even baby powder would have been more effective for the money. So if you’re looking for a good dry shampoo, don’t look to TRESemmé – you’ll end up disappointed.

Your thoughts?

Have you guys tried TRESemmé’s dry shampoo? What did you think? What is your favorite dry shampoo? Tell me in the comments!

72 thoughts on “I Tried It… TRESemmé Fresh Start Dry Shampoo”

  1. I LOVE the Tresemme dry shampoo! In fact it’s the best one I’ve ever tried! At first I tried the Oscar Blandi one, which I liked, but I found the smell offensive and the bottle was just waaaay too small and didn’t last long enough to warrant me spending another $16 on it…So then I tried Tresemme…..and it was amazing!!!

    I love the smell much better than the Blandi, and the bottle lasts 10x longer, and is a quarter of the price! When I put dry shampoo in, I spray it at my roots with my head upside down and ruffle my hair after spraying. I find the Tresemme is much better at giving me volume and taking the oiliness from my hair. If you just spray it and leave it in, of course it’s going to sit in your hair and create more oiliness!

    I definitely LOVE the Tresemme 10x better than any other dry shampoo I tried. I definitely suggest trying it again.

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    • I have to admit that I love this stuff! I really use it to freshen up my hair. I can do an extra day without shampooing. I do bathe everyday, but my hair is a hassle and gets dry with daily shampooing so I don’t do that. I like the smell and feel like it freshens my hair.

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  2. I tried salon grafix’s dry shampoo and had the same horrible results… at this point I’m sticking to good old talc powder. I use gold bond and the cooling effect makes you feel even more refreshed! I have very dark and curly hair so it definitely needs to be brushed in well and given at least 10 minutes to absorb before I can be seen in public, but hey, it’s been working!

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  3. I’m so glad that you reviewed this, I feel bad for the amount of people that think this will help. This was my first experience with dry shampoo as well so I was very skeptical of the rest. I love Psst, and once I wrangle in more money, I’ll have to invest in Oscar Blandi. Tresemme’s is more like a thick, gray tinted hairspray.

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  4. oh my god, i bought this product, and i absolutely hate it. it makes my hair feel gross and look white/grey and it’s just so awful. for a long time, i figured that was how all dry shampoos are until i read reviews of it. seriously, the worst product ever. right now i just use baby powder.

    as for the girl who asked about showering everyday–also not to be rude, but i have really curly hair, and i can’t leave the house for an hour to an hour and a half after showering. i know it sounds dumb, especially if you don’t have hair like this–my friends with straight hair don’t understand. plus it’s not good to wash your hair too often. anyway, if i wake up and my hair looks good, i would much rather spray it with something than shower.

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  5. I agree completely! The first time I tried it, I thought that I hadn’t waited long enough before brushing my hair out, so the next time I tried it I waited longer. The end result was not much better. As the day wore on, my hair got greasier and greasier. It was not pleasant.

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  6. I just have to comment because of how much I HATE this product. It’s the grossest product I’ve ever used, and trust me… with fine, thin blonde hair I’ve used many.

    And I also have to agree with everyone else. 🙂 Batiste and Psst are WONDERFUL. Absolutely life savers and work just as good (and the price makes them even better) as the $20 per bottle for two weeks of use label dry shampoos … since I started using dry shampoo (thanks to CF!) I’ve been able to wash my hair every other day and it’s SO much healthier, even in MN when it should be mandated that every U of M building should have a humidifier.

    And I will attest to an earlier comment… Molly, your hair looks wonderful when you back comb it. But if I ever see you use this just for dry shampoo, I’ll probably punch you. 🙂

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  7. I used the foam one for dry/curly hair and I LOVE it!! I have incredibly dry hair that takes forever to straighten, so I don’t like to get it wet every day… this dry shampoo works wonders for me.

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  8. I’ve use the shampoo made for curly hair and from my experience it works. Especially if you are African-American and wear your hair in braids. It’s good for cleaning hair like that.

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  9. I’ve tried it for both straight and curly hair and with the curly hair one i still had to blow dry it to make it dry. it did make my hair very soft for the first time. its not that convienant and after the first time it didnt do anything. same with the straight. i couldnt get the grey out of my hair and the sticky gross feel of overuse of hairspray. i blowdried it and it felt a lot better but it still felt really gross. i completely understand how you feel!

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  10. I tried this cuz its hard to find Psst or Batiste in my college town and I thought this would be an easy to find option. Boy, this stuff made my hair almost sticky. I found using my fingers to massage the stuff out helps a little bit but since I don’t use dry shampoo very often, just for emergencies, finals week, busy weekends etc. , I’ll just stick with my Batiste Blush and drive to the nearest Sallys.

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  11. I used this product and actually really liked it. Did you use it right? You have to shake it really well and apply it all over not just at the roots. Although I have fine blonde hair, i guess results vary. Sorry your experience wasn’t a good one!

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  12. Oh god – I bought this stuff last year after it was featured in 17 Magazine, thinking my prayers had been answered – that I’d found the miracle spray that’d save me from being late to work.

    I had the same thing – it made my hair SOOOO Disgusting!!!
    The texture alone would be enough to make me barf, let alone it looks like halloween makeup / turns your hair gray and looks like it’s dandruff-ridden.
    I used it the once, and never again.
    WHAT A WASTE.

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  13. I dont use this dry shampoo, I use Salon Grafix Invisable Dry shampoo. It works for all hair types, and it doesn’t leave your hair grey or white.
    I have really wavy hair so the next day the waves never really look like the way they did the day before, so, when I do use this product, I wear my hair up and I spray it on my roots and the greasy-ness disappears!

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  14. Pssst is also a personal favorite of mine. It works just as its supposed to and can gives my hair texture when its clean or dries up the greasiness when its not. I highly recommend it. I’ve only found it at Walgreens though, which is sad since there aren’t many Walgreens in my college town.

    Thank you for the review! I was going to try to buy some other brand if I couldn’t get to a Walgreens. Great knowing that this stuff just doesn’t work.

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  15. It’s nice to hear real, honest product reviews. Not gonna lie, I’ve passed this a few times at the store and considered trying it out (I’m the owner of a head full of grease-prone, baby-fine tresses), but will now thankfully spend my pocket change elsewhere….after reading these comments, it sounds like I’ll have to check out Psst 🙂

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  16. So funny, I actually just used this stuff yesterday. My hair looked okay, but usually dry shampoo gives it more oomph, so I decided to try it and my hair got all piece-y and greasy from it. I have naturally straight, oily hair so usually this sounds like something that’d help… But alas, no.

    My hair stylist recommended the Rockaholic one to me and after reading so many positive comments about it, I just might splurge.

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  17. I tried their dry shampoo for curly hair -which I was really excited about since I’ve never seen a curly hair version of it – and I loved it! Granted I only tried it once but I thought it did a great job rejuvenating my day old curls. I’m looking forward to trying it again. Sorry to hear about disappointing straight hair version.

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  18. i was a little shocked at this review! i’ve been using this dry shampoo for a while and I LOVE this product! it’s one of my must haves for haircare. i don’t brush it after i put it in though. it leaves my hair 2x more voluminous than any other product i’ve tried. i just spray some on my hands, and rub it on my scalp with my head down. people always tell me how nice my hair looks and smells after i use this stuff, and i have really long brown hair that’s a bit oily. i used to use baby powder which worked but this is much better.

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  19. I love dry shampoo! I’ve used most of the cheap ones (Psst, Tresemme, Salon Grafix) as well as cornstarch and baby powder.

    I did not like the Tresemme line at all! I have wavy/ curly hair and have tried both the kind for curly and straight hair. Not a fan at all. Ick.

    I haven’t tried any of the high end non-drugstore kinds, but I don’t know if I will since I like the Psst and Salon Grafix.

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  20. I totally agree with this article! I have thin/fine hair, and this stuff just makes it really dry along the strand, but still oily at the roots. The result for me is pancaked roots with flyaway straw like hair. Ugh, I use Pssst dry shampoo, and it works ALOT better. However, Tresemme does add great texture to my hair after I have just washed it, and it helps some of my bigger styles hold.

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  21. I too absolutely hated this product. I’ve used dry shampoo for years due to having baby-fine hair and an oily scalp, seeing as I like to keep my dyed red hair red and not hot pink 😀
    Since I had the same issues with the TRESemme dry shampoo, and I’m a typical starving college student, I decided to try the new Suave dry shampoo which just came out. I tried it for the first time this morning and so far I’m fairly impressed. The spray went on very smoothly, with no major white blotches which Pssst tends to give me. It brushed out easily and left no visible residue, but really freshened up my hair and gave it a little bit of volume. The only downside for me is the scent… it’s a fairly strong citrus sent, and citrus just isn’t my thing, but after about 10 mins the scent faded, so it’s not a deal breaker.
    I suggest trying the Suave dry shampoo as an alternative, see if it works better for you 🙂

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  22. i was actually going to buy this product and give it a try but after reading this review, i wont! i have thin dark brown hair and an oily scalp. i cant go a day without washing my hair because my hair is just that oily so when i heard of dry shampoo, i was so excited. I tried the Tigi rockaholic dry shampoo and it was horrible for me. I hate the smell, i find it too strong and it didnt really do anything for my oily hair. I am definitely going to try the other brands mentioned and hopefully i can find a really good one!

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  23. I like Ojon’s dry shampoo, it does leave a bit of a grey finish, but it’s better than any others I’ve tried and it smells amazing. I really don’t like Klorane’s, and I’ll be wary to try this now because I have dark hair!

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  24. I’ve used this a few times, and I have thick brown hair in a short pixie cut. My bangs get oily much faster than the rest of my hair and I’ve used to help soak up some of the greasiness.

    I’ve found out that it does work if used correctly, and it also depends on your hair type. You must comb the dry shampoo out once you let it sit for minutes, and shake the bottle very well before and in between sprays.

    This works great as a texturizer, but I do agree that this isn’t the best dry shampoo you can get your hands on

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  25. TRES’s dry shampoo works well as a texturizer on CLEAN hair – it works terribly as a dry shampoo. Terribly. It does exactly what the article says – makes dirty hair look dirtier, greasy hair look greasier, and flat hair go flatter. The only thing it works well for is for fine-haired girls to achieve the messy bed-head look on already clean hair.

    If you’re looking for a cheap dry shampoo, my personal favorite is Pssst. I’ve tried a lot of the salon brands, and I think Pssst is a fantastic duplicate at a much cheaper price. I also like Batiste, but I find that it gets used up very quickly (like a can lasts me 1-2 weeks only versus Pssst lasting a month). Baby powder also works in a pinch, but Pssst is so cheap its hard to pass up, and I like the control the spray can gives me.

    To get the best results with Pssst, spray on roots from underneath (like you would a volumizing product) from about 5-8 inches away. Let it sit, then using a natural bristle brush, comb through the hair. For fine haired girls, I find it helps to brush the hair while holding the head upside down, and blast roots with a blow dryer on a medium setting. Repeat this on sections of hair’s roots throughout the head, and you’ll get clean, bouncy, fresh hair for a fraction of the salon brand price. (Note: I have dark hair, and this works just as well for me as it does for blondes – the trick is to use the blow dryer & a natural bristle brush versus a comb).

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  26. i’ve tried it and i don’t like it either! i keep hearing all these great reviews and yours was the first one i related to! sometimes i use the sally’s beauty supply brand (rock on dry shampoo) but it’s not that great either. maybe i’ll splurge on oscar blandi.. or maybe i’ll just have to pull my hair back in a pony when i don’t wash it! ha.

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  27. I just bought some of the tresemme fresh start dry shampoo for straight hair and had no problems either. I didn’t use much and was sure to shake it up a lot, and shook it up between sprays as the bottle recommended. Perhaps it only works well for hair that is only a little dirty? I did find though that it didn’t do much to replace lost volume, but that’s not a big deal to me.

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  28. I haven’t dried the dry shampoo for straight hair from TRESemme but I have tried the one for curly hair from them and I had the same result! Even though it smells good, it left my greasy but still bouncy curly hair gross, dull, and made my blonde hair brown. Gross all around!

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  29. I have the one for oily hair, just like the one reviewed. I have to say, I really like it. It works wonders on my oily hair. I’ve tried the Oijon dry shampoo and the Tresemme one is much better. I’m thinking you maybe need to play around with it more. It took me awhile to get it to work for me, but now its a must-have on days I don’t shampoo.

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  30. I use it the way Ginny says she does, and it works great for me. I’m not a big fan of the scent, but it does freshen up my hair and remove oiliness. I use their fresh start spray afterwards to add shine to my hair, as the dry shampoo does kill the shine a bit.

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  31. I have tried the Anti-Frizz Creme and the Waterless Foam Shampoo for wavy/curly hair. I like it. My hair is usally a mess and out of control if I skip washing it (which I have to or my scalp freaks out) and this actually makes it look better. I guess different hair types and different product is the key to an accurate review.

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  32. While I love Psst, this dry shampoo actually works wonders on my locks! I wash my hair every other day and use this product on off days. I have very blonde hair and only sometimes get the gray tint. I suggest it for honey blondes or lighter!

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  33. Honestly, I love TRESemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo. At first, I hated it because it left my hair all greasy with white specks all over it. But now, I just shake the dry shampoo a lot before and spray it from an 8 inch distance. then you have to comb or brush it out so it disperses. now i love that stuff.

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  34. I also used it and really hated it (one positive use was for making white streaks in my hair for halloween – it worked gangbusters for that)! I can’t buy Batiste locally either, but you can order it on amazon for pretty cheap, I have a stockpile.

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  35. The only dry shampoo I have ever tried is TIGI’s rockaholic dry shampoo, and I have been using it for years now. I absolutely love it, and I’ve never had a bad experience with it. I have dark brown hair, and the lighter spray easily brushes out so it isn’t noticeable.
    Thanks for your post on this dry shampoo, I’ve been wanting to try a cheaper dry shampoo (the stuff I use is $18 a bottle) but I know not to waste my money on this!!

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  36. I agree with the dry shampoo review but I’ve used the “dry shampoo foam” or whatever by treseme and i LOVE this stuff.. try this stuff instead especially if you have wavy to curly hair.

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  37. I have tried both the tresemme spray and foam pump for dry shampoo, they both make your hair worse than before. You would be better off with a scarf or headband to hide the grease.

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  38. is it really that hard to bathe? i don’t mean to sound like a b*tch but seriously, i go to school full time and work full time but still manage to get a shower everyday

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  39. I just use cornstarch! It’s really cheap for a big box of it and it works great for blondes. I don’t think it would work as well for dark haired girls because it is white, but it makes a great replacement for baby powder if you don’t like the smell.

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  40. I’ve never used TRESemme Fresh Start, but I love my dry shampoo. My bangs can get start to look super greasy after a day without washing them, and Blow’s Faux Dry is a life-saver. I sprinkle some on, brush it through and my hair looks as good as it did the day before. And honestly, because you only have to use a little bit at a time, it lasts forever.

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  41. This dry shampoo was the first one I used. I believed all dry shampoos were like this, (due to a lack of research) so I believed they were ineffective. I loved this review because now I know it was just this dry shampoo! Can’t wait to try some of the others you mentioned.

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  42. I agree. This dry shampoo made my hair look s***. After spraying it on, I brushed it through excited to see the outcome. And what it felt like running my fingers through my hair was a dirty mop. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT if you would like to look like a human being and not a monster.

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  43. I use this stuff! I buy it religiously! However, NOT for dry shampoo! I use it on my hair when I’m back combing and teasing it! I spray it on the chunk of hair I’m working on before back combing and it gives it a lot more texture for my hair to hold onto. My hair is notoriously straight and flat, and its super slippery so when I back comb without this stuff it just falls out and refuses to stay put. So with a little spray of this stuff and my trusty Aqua Net I can get my hair to reach the stars (sans tacky bumpits). 🙂

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  44. You know what? A youtube guru raved about this product and I’m sure that she wan’t like intentionally lying or getting paid to say it but either way she piqued my ineterest about this product. My hair gets really oily FAST, so since I growing up I’d wake up in a rush and not really need to do my hair all over again cause I had just washed it the night before and straightened it and all and I wished I could just stick my head under the faucet and JUST wash my roots. In fact, I think I’d tried it before at some point of desperation. So when I’d heard about the concept of dry shampoo and then found one that supposedly worked wonders for $4 I was ECSTATIC. Needless to say this product also disappointed me but since I’d heard such a rave about it I was trying to convince myself that I had used it wrong… Now I know that this prodcut just SUCKS 🙂 Thanks for the review!

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  45. I actually have been using this product for a while now and whenever I haven’t washed my hair for a few days, I definitely use this dry shampoo on straightened hair. Now I don’t have very oily hair to begin with (I can go up to 6 days without washing my hair), but when I use this product I end up with so much more volume. The trick I use for getting the best results is just spraying it all over my roots and then just rapidly go through my hair with my fingers with almost massaging motions. I found that brushing the product out leaves a bunch of white residue on my brush, but my fingers work kust great.

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  46. I agree, this is horrible. Psst is ten times better, especially if you blow dry it on a low, hot setting while brushing it through.

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  47. It worked for me, but I prefer baby powder which is also cheaper. I have lighter colored hair, which could be why mine wasn’t “grey” looking. Baby powder is my savior/favorite.

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  48. I find that the one for curly hair which is in a mousse form that you take out using a towel works wonders for me (curly hair) and my roommate(straight hair)!

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  49. I think the key to using this is in the application. I’ve done it twice and the first time I felt like you, but I changed technique the 2nd time and it was much better. I also used it the 2nd time on flat-ironed hair (I use a flat-iron spray, which makes it silky and shiny), whereas the first time I tried it on naturally wavy, air-dried hair, where it dried it out more. It also seemed to work better 48 hours post-shampoo than 24 hours (e.g., your scalp has to be a little oily already). My hair is very thick and very wavy, and a little dry, and maybe 20% gray (the coarse, white, curly type of gray).

    My tips:

    1) Shake the can well before each spray.
    2) Lift sections of hair up in turns.
    3) Hold the spray can farther away from your head than you think you should. The can says 8-12 inches, so start there and move maybe 2-3 more inches out.
    4) Spray a SHORT burst of product to your SCALP, not to the hair.
    5) Do not repeat any areas–that will be too much product. To keep track of where you’ve sprayed, go bottom-to-top, right-to-left all the way around in an organized way.
    6) Give it a good 5-10 minutes drying time, leaving it totally alone.
    7) Before brushing it out, use your fingertips to spread it around on your scalp and through the underside of your hair.
    8) Brush the underside of your hair thoroughly first, then smooth the top.

    I didn’t find the product amazing, but it worked. It made my scalp and hair feel clean enough to get through an 8-hour workday, although by the end it started to itch a little. I think it’s the alcohol in the product. The smell was OK–acceptable, smells like a pleasant medicinal shampoo (I agree that it was much nicer at first and then a couple of hours later it smelled more chemical-y, but still not awful).

    I would recommend using it for emergencies, like those days when you are running late, you don’t really want to go through the styling routine and your blowout still looks OK but you want your head to feel a little refreshed. Not to be relied on as a complete substitute for a real shampoo, but good in a pinch.

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  50. Urrgh, I just tried this stuff for the first time and it’s horrible! I usually buy Klorane, but it’s pretty expensive and the can is tiny.

    Tresemmé fresh start made my hair worse than it was before, leaving it greasy at the roots and dry on the lengh with a weird “waxy/dry” feeling to it.

    I’ll dump the tresemmé and go back to my first love. A little Klorane goes a long way!

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  51. Dry shampoo is convenient for people on the go. Choosing the right one is important because some dry shampoos contain harmful ingredients when inhaled. Make sure you check the ingredients label before buying.

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  52. AGREED. Terrible product, I also found that after using it and finding my hair greasier than before, that it was ridiculously hard to wash out. So not only did it look dirtier than it did before, but I wasn’t able to wash it out for days. Greasy hair for over a week…. did anyone else have this problem?

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  53. I have extremely thick and curly hair which I straighten.
    I usually only wash my hair probably 2-3 times per week.

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this product. I go through dry shampoo quickly and I can afford to with this product’s price. If for some reason I need to go an extra day without washing my this is my go to product.

    I’ve tried Oscar Blandi’s and Ojon’s and this one is better than those.
    It doesn’t leave white marks in my hair (my hair is colored like Emma Stone from Easy A) and it smells fresh. (not funky like Ojon’s and it doesn’t get stuck in the spray bottle either also like Ojon’s).

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  54. I actually love this stuff! I used it almost every day (until I got my keratin treatment- it breaks that down!!) But it actually worked for me- you just have to shake it up a TON, spray it at least 8 inches away, and wait for 15 minutes.

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  55. I had never used a dry shampoo before, but saw this for $4 and figured it wouldn’t hurt to try. I love it! I have thick long hair. My bangs get so oily only after a few hours after washing. This product worked great. I did shake the bottle as instructed during use. It also works great on my 9 year-old’s hair. She doesn’t do the best job washing her hair and has very thin fine hair. It makes her hair look almost clean. I love it!

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  56. i totally agree madam. I bought the Tresemme dry shampoo when I was on vacation in Florida, because I forgot my Psst! I was hoping it would give me an extra day of not disgusting hair without having to wash it too much, since I was in sun and dry air and all that business. I sprayed it on my hair that second day and was immediately disappointed. It was disgusting. It was just a greasy gray mess, and wouldn’t return to a normal state no matter what I tried. Ended up never using it again after that.

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  57. Hmm, I was fairly impressed with this dry shampoo, considering its price…I actually just bought it last week! I have relatively greasy and very dark brown hair. I did not have the greying problem…

    I have also tried Ojon, I was not impressed with that (was not easy to brush out and kinda pricey) and I don’t like the klorane one either, it smells weird and its kinda expensive and my hair gets really frizzy with it. I’ve also tried the marc anthony 2nd day revatilzer, but that one makes my hair greasy.

    I really like the batiste one, although its hard to find here, and I’ve never seen or heard of the psst one.

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  58. I LOVE the Treseme dry shampoo! I’m sad to see so many people don’t like it. I have super curly hair so when I straighten it I like it to last as long as possible. As long as I shake the can a lot before I use it, and spray 8 inches away it works wonders. Super greasy hair will look as if I just blow dried it. For everyone reading this, I say it’s only 4 bucks! Try it and see for yourself if you like it or not.

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