Your Guide to Vegan Dry Shampoos

November 12, 2014By 8 Comments

I friggin’ LOVE dry shampoo! I use it every single week to help me maintain my hot pink locks in between washes. Whether you’re lookin’ to keep your hair color fresh or simply needing a lifesaving solution on days you don’t have the time (or energy) for a full-on wash, dry shampoo is a godsend.

And if you’re like, “WTF is dry shampoo?” It’s basically a water-free spray or powder that you work into your roots to soak up excess oil, which in turn, leaves your hair looking and smelling fresh. #WIN

Here are my top picks for 100% vegan and cruelty-free dry shampoos (both powders and sprays):

vegan dry shampoo

What’s your favorite vegan brand of dry shampoo?

*owned by Church & Dwight, a company which supports animals testing

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  1. Heather says:

    Though batiste as a company itself does not test on animals, its parent company (Church & Dwight) do test on animals. Just FYI. (Good stuff though. Ashamed I had to let it go.)

  2. Haley says:

    Thanks so much!! This was just what I was looking for :) <3

  3. jesse.anne.o says:

    Until recently I had no idea Batiste was vegan. Right now I’m using Klorane but before that I was using Mullein and Sparrow.

  4. Magdalena says:

    Thanks so much for this! Found you on Bloglovin :)

  5. Audrey says:

    I so agree! When you have a heavily pigmented hair color, dry shampoo can totally save you from losing color! Batiste has always been my go-to – super relieved to hear it’s vegan!
    xoxo
    Audrey

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