Hair Mists: Five Dry Shampoo Alternatives To Make Hair Smell Amazing

14/08/2014 16:41 | Updated 20 May 2015

Of all the hair styling products out there, is dry shampoo the one you turn to the most? You're not alone. Turns out there are some brilliant alternatives to revive and lift dull, dry hair. They'll also double-up as a quick fix for dirty locks when you haven't had time to shampoo, condition and blow dry.

In fact, hair mists might just become your new best friend. Here are five of our favourites:

1. Sachajuan Ocean Mist, £18 from Cult Beauty

Want beachy waves, all year round? This is the mist for you. It's a great volume booster for those just-out-of-bed moments. Cult Beauty also recommends spritzing on almost-dry hair before putting it up into a bun or top knot. After half an hour, let your hair down an for effortless, slightly tousled look.


2. Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist, £9.75 from

A great multi-tasking product, this this mist can be used on hair, skin and nails to rehydrate and set makeup in place. Keep it handy after a late night for a deskside freshen up.


3. Revive & Protect Mist, £20 from Her

The mix of ginseng, green tea and bamboo extracts in this luxe mist make it amazing at reviving hair in-between washes. Thanks to the cherry seed oil, it's also protects from heat for those who are guilty of a little over-straightening.


4. Paul & Joe Body & Hair Mist, £11.50 from

Yes, this all-in-one spray adds shine and moisture, but the best thing about it? The scent. Orange flower water, rose and wild musk will make hair smell amazing after one quick spritz.


5. Pureology Pure Volume Instant Levitation Mist, £13.10 from Look

Pureology's mist is all about the volume. Apply to the roots for instant lift (it's best used before blow-drying but if you've skipped shampooing, it will still work well) and be prepared to feel refreshed thanks to its minty scent.


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