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Kiley B.
Kiley B.
Norcross, Georgia
70 reviews
How does it hole up in darker hair? White cast?
Laura S.
Laura S.
Ottumwa, IA
9 months ago
If you section your hair off and spray the roots of your hair it works best! Also adds volume to your hair! I have dark hair and as long as you rub in the product it will not leave a white cast. I do not spry the top of my hair but only the roots.
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Sharon S.
Sharon S.
Gardendale, AL
10 months, 3 weeks ago
Yes, it leaves a white residue even on blonde hair. I prefer to put it on the night before and brush it out the next day.
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Sharon S.
Sharon S.
Gardendale, AL
10 months, 3 weeks ago
Yes, it leaves a white residue even on blonde hair. I prefer to put it on the night before and brush it out the next day.
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Sophia A.
Sophia A.
11 months, 2 weeks ago
I have dark hair and I use it you just have to rub it in! (Much harder to rub than other brands)
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Kari D.
Kari D.
Louisville, KY
11 months, 3 weeks ago
Yes, it will leave an oily residue on dark hair but you can brush it out and you won't notice it. I think its an average product for the price range but I will be looking in to higher quality dry shampoos.
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leslie h.
leslie h.
Berea, KY
1 year, 3 months ago
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I have black hair. Most leave a white residue when spraying on your hair. But I take my brush and brush it throughout my hair and it goes away. I feel like it spreads it throughout the strands which is better than rubbing it in, in my opinion. But I'm sure it works both ways.
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Laura O.
Laura O.
Manchester, MO
1 year, 3 months ago
I have medium brown hair and it leaves a white cast on me. I feel like I need to rub it in to make it disappear.
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Michelle M.
Michelle M.
1 year, 3 months ago
I have dark brown/black hair. I use this product sparingly on just the roots and rub it in with my finger tips. It works great for me.
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Lori T.
Lori T.
Fresno, CA
1 year, 4 months ago
I think most of your drug store dry shampoo's leave a white cast initially but you can avoid a little of that by shaking well and not spraying too close! I usually spray liberally and let the product sit for awhile. I then pat or rub it in and it works well!
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Melissa N.
Melissa N.
Belle Vernon , PA
1 year, 4 months ago
Yes it leaves a white cast, but rubbing it in or combing it through will solve the issue. Also a helpful tip is holding it a couple inches away!
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