Blowout Extenders

These spritz-on stylers will help you squeeze an extra day or two out of a salon blowout—saving you both money (on a return trip to the salon), as well as time (which we all know is priceless).

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Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk, $18

Launched in 1972, this dry shampoo was one of the original top picks of hairdressers looking to squeeze extra days out of a blowout or style. It also gives hair instant "second day" texture, making it the perfect choice for creating intricate updos—which may explain why it's a favorite of so many Hollywood A-listers, including Sarah Jessica Parker and Rebecca Romijn.

 

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Bumble and bumble Hair Powder, $35

The New York City-based salon’s powders come in four hair-matching shades—blondish, white, brown and black—for all-in-one styling, cleansing and tinting.

 

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Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo, $11-19

The celeb stylist’s take on dry shampoo features a nozzle to deliver its cleansing powder just where you need it. A fresh lemon verbena scent supplies an authentic “just-washed” effect.

 

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T3 Orlando Pita Renew Dry Conditioner, $25

The top runway stylist took the concept of zero washing one step further, creating a lightweight spray-on conditioner that restores moisture, shine and softness. It's the perfect partner to his Refresh Dry Shampoo, of course.

 

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Schwarzkopf Osis Dust It, $TK

Thought not strictly speaking a cleanser, this powder will lend hair unparalleled texture, allowing you to skip shampooing an additional day—or three!

 

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Rita Hazan Root Concealer, $24

The NYC-based colorist re-imagines the spray-on shampoo as a way to temporarily cover up unsightly roots (especially those along the part and around the hairline) allowing you to stretch the time between color appointments. Spray it on (there are four hair color matching shades to choose from), wait 5 minutes and relax. The color promises to stay put until you shampoo it out.

 

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Ojon Full Detox Dry Cleansing Spray, $24

This mist-on hair refresher ($24; Click to Buy) is clinically proven to reduce sebum by 45 percent—without water, natch. In a consumer survey, an impressive 96 percent of testers claimed their hair looked fuller and cleaner after use. Enough said.

 

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Rene Furterer Naturia Dry Shampoo, $12-24

This award-winning shampoo is packed with rice, cornflower, clay and silica powders to absorb oil and other impurities in mere minutes, making it a must-have for quick workouts, long flights and endless days at the office.

 

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TIGI Rockaholic Dirty Secret Dry Shampoo, $18.95

This fresh–smelling spritz promises to lend locks mega body and less heat-styling damage (since the dry formula requires no blow drying, curling or ironing to coax hair into a finished look). Just spray on, then brush or style. What could be easier?

 

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First Published May 16, 2011

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