You've probably heard a lot about Jen Atkin's Ouai line since it launched last year. And no, it's not just because of all of her celebrity clients—the products are really, really, really good. Yes, it's worth three reallys, and the new Dry Shampoo Foam is worth another.
When you first distribute the foam, it feels like a mousse, which you then massage into your hair and scalp. The waterless formula cleanses your hair and removes oil and whatever product buildup you may have. You end up with hair that looks clean and voluminous.
Ouai Dry Shampoo Foam, $28, sephora.com.
If you're a co-wash person, there's finally a product you can use to clean your strands on the fly. Cantu's Dry Co-Wash is formulated with apple cider vinegar, tea tree oil, and shea butter, so it absorbs excess oil while conditioning your hair. It goes on clear and doesn't leave any residue, so it's perfect for people of all hair colors and textures. It also doesn't weigh down your hair like some dry shampoos do.
Cantu Cleanse Dry Co-Wash, $5, target.com.
If it's time to finally actually wash your hair, Drybar's new Cleansing and Conditioning Foam is worth a try. It's made with volcanic ash to absorb product residue and protects against environmental pollution. Moisturizing raspberry seed oil and honey work to keep your hair hydrated.
Drybar Double Standard Cleansing and Conditioning Foam, $28, drybar.com.