Death Valley Dry Shampoo
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Named after the driest place on earth, Death Valley Dry Shampoo is the quickest way to get volume and body into your hair.
Vitamin E, rich in antioxidants, this ingredient strengthens and nourishes the hair, restoring luster and shine.
Pro-Vitamin B5, this conditioning agent thickens and builds volume.
Silica, this ingredient removes and absorbs excess oil.
Death Valley Dry Shampoo gives instant grip and control, making it ideal for creating big, messy Brigitte Bardot hair. It contains rice protein to moisturise and improve hair’s elasticity; antioxidant-rich vitamin E to strengthen and nourish the hair, restoring lustre and shine; silica to remove and absorb excess oil; plus pro-vitamin B5, a conditioning agent that thickens and builds volume. It’s also fragranced with Rosy Eyed, one of R+Co’s five signature scents, a spirited mix of bergamot, wild fig, cedar wood and tonka bean.
BUTANE, PROPANE, SD ALCOHOL 40-B (ALCOHOL DENAT.), ALUMINUM STARCH OCTENYLSUCCINATE, SILICA, CYCLOMETHICONE, TOCOPHEROL, HYDROLYZED RICE PROTEIN, AMINOPROPYL PHENYL TRIMETHICONE, PANTHENOL, PARFUM/FRAGRANCE, ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE, CITRAL, CITRONELLOL, COUMARIN, EUGENOL, GERANIOL, HYDROXYCITRONELLAL, LIMONENE, LINALOOL
How to Apply
Give your hair a shot of Death Valley Dry Shampoo whenever you want and it will liven right up.
UPS GROUND $10
Free on all orders over $50
Delivery within 3-5 working days. *(Please be aware that during sale and promotional periods your order may take longer to arrive).
2ND DAY AIR $18
$10 off on all orders over $50
Order before 2pm EST, and receive your order in 1-2 working days.
If you'd like to send your order as a gift, we can add a beautiful finishing touch with our limited edition Christmas gift wrap. Choose complimentary gift wrap at checkout.
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What other customers think
Death Valley Dry Shampoo is rated
Rated 5 out of
Great for Texturizing!
I've had quite a few handbag sized tins of this in various goody bags and while I haven't used it as a 'dry shampoo' I have found it to be very good for adding volume at the roots of my fine hair and a little grit and body to it. There's no white residue from this and it doesn't leave my hair feeling clogged. I am crazy about the fig scent of Death Valley which reminds me of Diptyque Phylosikos - so as a bonus my locks
not only look good whenever I use this they also smell amazing.
Date published: 2017-12-17
Rated 5 out of
Hands down my favorite dry shampoo. Smells amazing, gets the job done, and no white residue. I also love the clever product names for all their items!
Date published: 2017-09-17
Rated 3 out of
Not my favorite dry shampoo
This does little to absorb the oil, but it adds some texture and smells pretty darn good. Still, if given the choice, there are better dry shampoos out there...
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of
Best smelling dry shampoo ever
Best smelling dry shampoo ever! It also works excellent on my long hair extensions.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 1 out of
Oil Sheen In A Can - NOT Recommended!! Beware!!
I attended cosmetology beauty school many years ago. In classes, we learned all about which dry shampoos work, their formulation and how to properly use them. One day, after completing someone's style, she requested I use Oil Sheen Spray on her style to add moisture and hold it in place. This was my 1st time working on thick, long, dry-brittle hair so I complied and she was elated with her look. I decided to use Oil Sheen on all my other clients that week. Unfortunately, many actually returned to the salon asking why their hair was a droopy, oily, wetted-down, flattened disaster after only 24 hours. "It's because you finished with using Oil Sheen," my instructor explained. Oil Sheen is mostly vegetable oils with about 1% traditional hair spray hold added. It is intended for dry-brittle hair on a client who produces little to no scalp oils of their own. This dry shampoo is an exact dupe for Oil Sheen. I used it to the bottom of the bottle and can attest to the fact that it not only doesn't leave hair or scalp smelling fresh, but it coats the hair and scalp with so much oil that I looked like I'd run a 10 mile race without stopping each and every time I used it. I did not believe it at first, and thought I had received a bad bottle or something. Sadly, this is basically oil sheen according to the ingredient list and basically coats the hair with wet oil that does not dry. On my same day shampooed and freshly blown out hair, I tested this a 6th time. Total disaster as usual: I had sopping wet oily roots and matted, greasy locks that were practically dread locked by the next day. It is my belief this is a dry shampoo intended for someone with natural, thick, course, dry hair who requires extreme additional oils to the scalp. A yaki texture hair on someone with dry brittle hair this may be great for, but for someone with naturally silky hair it is horrible. I can usually go 4 to 5 days between shampoos. After using this on my freshly shampooed and blown out hair with no styling products to speak of, this caused so much oil and a matted greasy mess that I absolutely looked like a drowned rat. I would NOT recommend this at all to anyone. If you are someone who has extra course, dry brittle hair at the SCALP AND ROOTS and you product little or no natural scalp oils, this may be for you. However, I will warn that this smells less appealing than most dry shampoos. It smells like musty talc. While I received my bottle for free from a friend who had a terrible experience herself, and decided to throw this out or give it to me in hopes of me having a better time with it, I STILL felt compelled to come online to warn others of this nightmare. I'd feel awful of someone had freshly shampooed their hair, gone traveling on holiday and had taken this dry shampoo to freshen up to avoid shampooing fully during travel, and ended up looking like a drowned rat. This is basically non-stick cooking spray. PLEASE do not use this on your hair, you will be buying a nightmare with oil that is very hard to get rid of and shampoo out once it's in. You'd be better off getting a can of non-stick cooking spray for it would likely contain less oil and grease than this horrible concoction.
Date published: 2016-10-31