Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo Review

2.5 ounces goes a long way

As former daily hair washer, I can tell you that it really is better not to wash your hair daily. But having fine hair with roots that get oily fast, I always just washed daily anyway – until about two years ago when I discovered Oscar Blandi’s Pronto Dry Shampoo. The 2.5 ounce bottle has lasted me about a year and a half which makes the $19 price tag a little easier to handle.

I put a small amount of the powder in my palm and then pat it into my roots. The oil is absorbed and your roots get some lift too. There are two drawbacks: 1) it’s a little messy, so don’t wear your black catwoman outfit when applying and 2) the smell is of it is gross, but luckily it doesn’t linger.

The Pronto powder doesn’t leave a white film or residue in your hair – even for brunettes. However, baby powder, which I’ve also tried for oil absorbing purposes, will.

All in all, this is a great product that saves me time, money and wear and tear on my dyed/highlighted fine hair.


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One Response to Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo Review

  1. Kella says:

    Hi Michelle! I was wondering about dry shampoos myself, so I was glad to see this! Tresemme has just put out a new line of dry hair shampoos as well, called Fresh Start, so it might be something to try!

    ps. There is a coupon for Canadian residents at http://www.freshstartcoupon.com!

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