Dry Clean Only

Serge Normant Meta Revive Dry Shampoo

Inspired by Guido Palau’s rebellious, ‘60s-inspired hairstyles from the May 2014 story, ‘Do Overs, W’s editors are powdering up our blowouts with dry shampoo for a more textured, tomboyish look. Here are our favorites.


“This miracle powder, keeps a blowout looking fresh for days.” – Sarah Leon, Web Editor

Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo, $21,


“I love all of Oribe’s hair products. They have gorgeous packaging and smell amazing.” – Erin Simon, Photo Producer

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, $42,


“I discovered this in Paris a few years ago and have since then been obsessed. It has a nice light scent and gives your hair the perfect amount of volume.”- Tina Huynh, Assistant Jewelry Editor

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Nettle, $20,


“It smells citrusy fresh and leaves no tacky residue.” – Katie Becker, Beauty Editor

Davines Hair Refresher, $28,


“I know there are much fancier alternatives out there, but I get a kick out of the old school drugstore packaging of this dry shampoo. It has a subtle scent that doesn’t compete with my perfume and it gets the job done on my fine, stick-straight hair.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer

Psssssst Dry Shampoo, $6,


“It’s not too heavy and it doesn’t give hair that powdered wig effect.” -Christina Caldwell, Digital Director

Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, $20,


“I love the woodsy smell of this formula—but it’s the shiny finish it gives my hair that makes it a constant in my bag.” – Kat Herriman, Digital Editorial Assistant

Serge Normant Meta Revive Dry Shampoo, $25,


“I’m always experimenting with different dry shampoos—right now I’m loving this one from Alterna because it doesn’t leave any powdery residue.” – Nora Milch, Accessories Editor

Alterna Cleanse Extend Translucent Dry Shampoo, $22,


“This miracle spritz brings my hair back to its post-blow-out condition and makes air dried hair look professionally done, too.” – Sue Williamson, Digital Editorial Associate

Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo, $20,