Another reviewer mentioned "amazeballs..."
...It really is amazeballs! After plowing through a bunch of other drugstore dry shampoos, I purchased a travel size of Batiste in Cherry for like $2.99 at Ulta. I used it once on a super greasy day and literally went "...ohhhh...wow..." when I had rubbed it in! I don't wash my hair super often (I almost typed "I don't shower often..." oops) and when it gets greasy and shiny and annoying, I go crazy with this bad boy and leave it in for a couple minutes, then rub it through like a madwoman and am always amazed at the results. Holy grail. Never going back. Muahahahaha.
This is a nice dry shampoo that I use ever!.. I bought it is Marshalls for 4.99 dollars, super nice price. My hair is black and my Batiste have a slightly hint of color dark & deep brown color. I love this because dont let my hair white like others. The smell is nice, is slightly and isnt sticky. Is super convenient for this days you dont have time for to wash the hair.
It's okay for me
Honestly, it works okay, but I cannot stand the smell if this stuff. I did try the cherry scented one and I will say that one smelled better, but it seemed like I was just tearing through the cans I bought. I bought 4 on sale at Ulta and I think they only lasted me about 1-2 per month. And I don't even really need as much dry shampoo because my hair just doesn't get oily like that. I guess for the price, you get enough product. But nothing special compared to other dry shampoos I've used.
I hate the word amazeballs, but...
This is amazeballs.
It does an incredible job at soaking up any excess oil in your hair. It DOES leave a whitecast behind, but once it soaks up the oil, and you brush it/rub it through your scalp and hair, it will die down and eventually go away.
I would recommend blasting the absolute crap out of your hair with this when you go to bed. Then when you wake up, brush it out, style how you style, and your hair will be flawless with no oil or white residue to be found.
This is on the pricier side for a dry shampoo, but it's totally worth it.