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Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo

What it is:A fast fix for dirty hair.What it does:Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo is the ultimate time saver. It refreshes, revives, and rejuvenates the hair in a matter of minutes—no water or blow dryer required. Voted Best Dry Shampoo and Best Quick Fix by Allure magazine, it effectively soaks up oil, removes product build-up, and boosts volume. Hair looks, feels, and smells freshly shampooed with a clean, lemon verbena scent. Go ahead, hit snooze!What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Dyes- Petrochemicals- Phthalates- GMO- TriclosanWhat else you need to know:This styling secret weapon does not include PPG's, MEA, DEA, TEA's, or Formaldehyde Donors it is not tested on animals.
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Questions & Answers for Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo

Question
Okay for dandruff prone hair?
I get dandruff in the winter time unfortunately, and I was wondering if this would be bad for my dry scalp?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
Autumne
(CT)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
Speaking as someone who gets flakes from dry scalp, this dries my scalp out even more and makes the flakes worse. This makes sense, since it's absorbing the excess oil that would otherwise be helping to moisturize my scalp. However, I don't have a problem with it causing them to be more noticeable; you can rub it into your hair without your fingertips actually touching your scalp, and let it do most of the soaking in itself. By the end of the day when I brush my hair before bed, I'll notice that it has dried my scalp out more, but I don't have an issue with increased flakes.

If all else fails, just try it out! Sephora has a great return policy and if you can't make it work for you, you can always bring it back.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
sarianne
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
It's not bad for your hair per se but because it is white, you need to rub it in thoroughly to avoid looking like you have even more dandruff. But it actually will probably help with your dandruff problem because having a dry scalp only gets worse when you wash it more, and this will allow you to go longer in between washes! Hope I helped!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
gorigirl
(Kansas City, MO)
answer 3
In my opinion, this product is best for an oily scalp. My sister has very dry hair (never gets oily) and she hates dry shampoo. I have fine/oily hair and love it. I think it would be too much for a dry scalp and might cause your scalp to flake more than usual. Hope that helps.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
westhillsdiva
(West Hills, CA)
answer 4
Personally I wouldn't reccommend using this product for someone with dandruff that's caused by a dry scalp. It is a powedered product and you have to make sure you brush your hair very throroughly so that it doesn't settle on your scalp. It may be a good idea to contact your usual hair dresser, who is familiar with your hair and seek their advice as well. Good Luck!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
denisemw706
(Dayton, OH)
answer 5
prob not bad but wont help in hiding it. just get a good anti dandruff shampoo - i have the smae issue sometimes.
answered 4 years ago
ltaggart
(Toronto)
answer 6
Dry scalp and dandruff are two different conditions. I have dandruff and this product works great for me - note: I don't have dry scalp though.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 7
I wouldn't use this if you are struggling with your dandruff. I struggle with the same dry scalp issues-and unfortunately this made my head itch more. What I have been doing if I want to skip a wash is washing my hair one day with a really good dandruff shampoo and then just conditioning the very ends of my hair-I let it air dry and then the next day it's still fresh. The roots are not oily because I didn't condition them the day before and I try not to put too many styling products on it that first day-maybe just a light spritz of hair spray to keep it in place. Hope this helps! : )
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
a40smthngjen
(California)
answer 8
I get dandruff too, but surprisingly, since I've been using this product regularly, I haven't had it! If I get lazy and don't use this product and don't wash my hair, my dandruff starts to come back. I've heard dandruff can appear from too much oil...
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
ProductJunkie3
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 9
Okay, I get mild dandruff too, and what i noticed was that since Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo is a POWDER, you have to drop the powder on your hair near the roots, then either rub it in or use a comb to comb out the roots (otherwise it leaves a white residue).

I noticed that my hair had visible flakes in it after doing that (especially after the rubbing part). I don't even have that much dandruff but i get small visible dandruffy flakes in my hair and that's when i use the Oscar Blandi after not washing my hair for two days or so.

If you have dandruff, i'm assuming a dry powder shampoo isn't for you... you should stick to the sprays because you don't have to rub in the sprays
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
wafa47
answer 10
I get flakes in the winter too and the best way to get rid of flakes is the cleans your scalp. At least was you hair every 2-3 days to keep the flakes away.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
Chucky
(Bakersfield, CA)
answer 11
I could certainly see this product being bad for your dry scalp, only because it is a white powder base (almost like baby powder) and that may just enhance the dandruff, especially with the fact that it works best when rubbed into your scalp. You might want to try the dry shampoo spray! I hear it works great also
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
mish1234
(Mission Viejo, CA)
answer 12
to be honest, i'm not sure about dandruff-prone hair (my hair is kind of thin and a little dry, but i'm usually ok as far as dry scalp goes). this product is ideal for touching up oily/greasy spots, which usually occur after a day or two of not washing your hair and are most noticeable at the roots/scalp. it's formulated without a lot of synthetic or harsh chemicals, so the product itself shouldn't irritate your skin. if you tend to get oily/greasy roots or bangs, i'd definitely recommend trying it out. if you don't love it, remember that sephora lets you return it & refunds your money (even if you use it a few times).
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
greeneyedgirl73
(Richmond, VA)
Question
How long does it last?
I'm considering buying this product because there are so many good reviews about it, but is it REALLY worth the money?
I don't want to buy something that will run out after only a few uses or anything..
I guess this depends on how much I use and how often, though.
What if I use it every other day? (I don't know the amount I'm supposed to be using for this product yet though...)
PS: It will be the first time for me using dry shampoo! Are there any other cheaper/better products you guys recommend?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Ellicott City, MD)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
I got a 1 oz bottle in July 2011 as a free sample and it is now Nov 2011 and I have not go through it yet. I use it about two to three times a week and have thick, black hair about four inches past my shoulders. I have used many, many dry shampoos and this is the best. It last a LOT longer than the cheaper kinds and I think that you actually end up saving money since even the 1 oz bottle last more than four months. I usually went through one bottle every three weeks spending $8 on cheaper brands. This one is well worth the price! I have even ordered the bigger bottle.
answered 3 years ago
nelya8503
(Hickory, NC)
answer 2
If you don't wash your hair everyday, and use the dry shampoo every so often, there is SO MUCH in there to last you probably for two months. I purchased the larger bottle of the Oscar Blandi and I think it will last me for a good 4 maybe 5 months.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
wafa47
answer 3
It usually tides me over until the next day or whenever I can wash it. Don't expect it to give you the results that a proper hair wash gives, but simply a band-aid until.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
MCHammer
(Vancouver, Canada)
answer 4
Use corn starch! I swear, it works the same and is sooooo much cheaper. Plus, the first ingrediant in the dry shampoo is rice starch. Try it!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
kristin12345
(Orange County, CA)
answer 5
At my salon I sell every other brand but i send my clients to sephora for this one bcause it's the BEST! Wish I could sell it myself! I have TONS of thick hair and I use mine ALL the time and mine will last 3-4 months.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
Chucky
(Bakersfield, CA)
answer 6
I have been using dry shampoo on my fine hair forever (it seems). The prices of different brands are about the same, so you want to find a product you like for its scent or ease pf application. Using the Pronto Dry Shampoo, I lift up large strands of my hair, turn the bottle upside down and shake it once or twice so that you see a very fine veil of powder settle on your hair. Do this once on each side, thice on the back of your head, once or twice on top, then ruffly up your hair with your fingers to disperse the product. Brush (style) your hair and you're done! You don't want to apply so much that you can feel the residue on your scalp. Even the small (1 oz) bottle should last you for more than 100 applications. Hope you enjoy the product as much as I do!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
alice12345
(Bowie, MD)
answer 7
I do not know if there is a better product but this is certainly worth the money. I have very oily hair and find that with this I use it every other day when I did not wash my hair. Otherwise I have to wash EVERY day. It freshens up my hair and makes it look really clean.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
CaryB
answer 8
I say go for it! I don't run through it that quickly but I probably only use it about 3 times per week. Just sprinkle it over your roots. I run my fingers through my hair and try to get the product close to my scalp and then rub in. i also hit my hair with the blowdryer on cool for a bit and continue to massage my scalp so there is no white residue. This helps with volume as well. you don't need a terrific amount at once.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
ccmac8
(Boca Raton, FL)
answer 9
I'd recommend this product if your looking to try something. it was rated best by allure so i tried it. since its your first time using dry sampoo im sure you dont even know if your going to like it so your skeptical. Id get the 28g/1oz. The bottle is from the tip of your figure to your palm. it does look small but you dont need to use a lot. if your hair is short - probably 2, maybe three puffs. if your hair is longer like mine to the shoulder blades id use 4. its not like your going to be using it everyday. if 2ce a week id say it will last 1.5-2 months atleast. (2 months if your hair is short)
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
s13nowangel
(Farmington, NH)
answer 10
This product is wayy worth it! Lasted me for over a year with small/cheapest bottle. Just use an appropriate amount. I just rub it into the root of your hair, usually where your hair parts and massage it in. You dont use much of the shampoo when it's used properly. I only used it occasionally, so it also depends on how often it's used.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
mish1234
answer 11
I think it depends a little bit on how long your hair is. My hair is about 4 inches past my shoulders and I think the bottle should last me at least through 15 applications. I used it today and my hair was really greasy looking and I only needed a small amount and my hair basically looked freshly washed after I straightened it.
I used to put baby powder in my hair if it was greasy but it doesn't blend in very well and makes your hair look grey-ish. My friend uses gold bond powder instead and says it blends into your hair a lot better and is lighter so you could try that and see how you like it before buying something like this.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
rachellea
(Mukilteo, WA)
answer 12
It is SO worth the money. It's really not that expensive and lasts for awhile.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
cul8er
(Anchorage, AK)
Question
okay for dark dark brown hair?
will this be noticeable if i use this on my hair?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
misics
(mountain view, CA)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
12 answers
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answer 1
I have naturally black hair and I use this product on my hair. Do not use it directly on your hair though and use sparingly. The powder is hard to shake off in that case. I put some on my hands and kind of "mist" the powder onto my hair, brush through it, and also do some flipping action too. I only use it on my roots mostly too.
answered 3 years ago
nelya8503
(Hickory, NC)
answer 2
Yes, I have dark brown hair. It won't show, you apply it only to the scalp only, and then brush your scalp, it absorbs well and quickly. I have tried regular powder (which will work in a bind) but it shows in my hair somewhat and needs lots of brushing and fluffing. the key is the tiny nozzle which you could refill with rice or tapioca starch.
answered 4 years ago
oceans
(West Linn, OR)
answer 3
NO-it shouldn't-I have dark brunette hair-the trick is to break the rules on the directions from the bottle-DO NOT apply it directly to your hair-put a little bit at a time on your hand-and then rub your hand over the areas on your scalp that feel dirty. Just don't use too much and you should be just fine. : )
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
a40smthngjen
(California)
answer 4
It's fine for any hair color, just be sure to massage it into scalp and blow it out with a hair dryer, or finger shake it. I am going to try the "invisible" one next time.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
bchawaii
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 5
I have dark brown hair and worry about this too. Normally, I will brush out the excess of powder with a boar's hair brush, and then check the back of my hair using my bathroom mirror and a smaller hand mirror. I have rarely had any problems with it showing up on my hair.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
musicgirl59
(OH)
answer 6
I use this all the time on my dark brown hair! It is all in the way you apply it. I used to just squirt it on my head, which if you do it this way, will make your hair look powder-y, but you need to apply it on your fingertips then massage it into your scalp. It works wonders!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
mtrust
(Nashville, TN)
answer 7
I am badly in need of highlights as my roots are quite long. When I used the product on my hair, it was not noticeable.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(Oakville, Ontaqrio)
answer 8
My roots are pretty dark and you couldnt see the powder after you rub it in with your fingers, but go to the store and use their tester to make sure. I dont think you will see it though
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
ilovemyyorkie
(New York, NY)
answer 9
Unless you brush your whole head thoroughly and have a truly oily scalp, yes. I would not recommend using this product unless it had been several days after your last shower.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
curlycue9
(Champaign, IL)
answer 10
I have dark hair and as long as you use the appropriate amount and make sure to rub it in, it is fine.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
tianavera1201
(Denver, CO)
answer 11
It is pretty noticeable on dark hair. Ojon is much less so, although the scents are very different-Pronto has a gorgeous sugar scent and Ojon is very sandalwoody/chocolate/musky. (also gorgeous)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
ruthless
(BC Canada)
answer 12
I would not suggest using it if you have almost black hair.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
livinginnh
(Peterborough, NH)
Question
Powder or spray?
Which is better: The powder (this one) or the spray? Or are they the same? Thanks!
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
(CA)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
12 answers
Answers
answer 1
Hi,

This item is loose powder and also comes in a spray applicator.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
melissabt
answer 2
The powder is better. It is not as messy as the spray and was recommend to me by a sephora specialist.
answered 3 years ago
lime51997
(Phoenix, AZ)
answer 3
I prefer the powder over the spray--it lasts much longer and so much easier to travel with!
answered 3 years ago
xkimcupcake
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 4
I LOVE the powder! I can control where it goes, use my fingers to get at the roots with the powder. A little goes a long way.
answered 3 years ago
leac
(Saint Louis, MO)
answer 5
That's a personal preference. Spray is supposedly easier to apply, but dry shampoos like this one last longer and are more environmentally sound. Spray dry shampoos have a chemically smell when applied and the dry powders like this one smell more natural . . . Like Baby powder with hints of lemon balm.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
songstress215
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 6
I haven't had as much luck with the sprays vs. the powders. My roots look oily on the second day. The powder works better for me.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
deveraux19
(Cincinnati, OH)
answer 7
They are both great but the powder works better to refresh your hair and is easy to concentrate on the root area where my hair goes flat or sometimes feels greasy between shampoos.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
xstewsue
(Westlake Village. CA)
answer 8
powder! I feel that it lasts longer and never clogs...running the spray under water 4 times per use gets really old.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
meaganm
(Portland, OR)
answer 9
I've only tried the powder once, but I've used the spray forever. I'm partial to spray.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
elissa1
(Yorba Linda, CA)
answer 10
The spray never ends up lasting because the nozzle clogs up (I've even seen clogged nozzles in the store samples). The powder is actually pretty easy to use if you figure out how to use it best. I like sprinkling on my fingers and the run it through my hair while bending over.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
fuzzalina
(Orange County, CA)
answer 11
The powder because i have bought 2 sprays and they have both clogged on me :)
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
shimmer811
(New york, NY)
answer 12
the powder is much better. I've purchased three bottles of the spray and each clogged after one use. The powder really works.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
compyqueen
(La Crescenta CA)
Question
How many times
I bought this for my dad.
But when I got today I was pretty surprises about size.
It's pretty small...how many times can he use with this bottle?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(NY)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Tonnes - you do not need much at all. Shake well before dispensing to add air volume to the product, make it easier to work with and make it last longer.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 2
Depending on how oily the hair is you shouldn't have to use too much at all. The trick is to applying it with your hands-put the product on your hand and rub it on the oiliest parts of your scalp. I had a travel size and it lasted me 6 months!!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
a40smthngjen
(California)
answer 3
I use this product about 3 times a week and it has lasted me about 4 months. I have long, thick, dark brown hair. A little goes a long way!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
mtrust
(Nashville, TN)
answer 4
Can't tell you an exact time frame but tell your dad this stuff is really strong and powdery and should be used sparingly.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
curlycue9
(Champaign, IL)
answer 5
Even thought the bottle is small, I'd say you'll get a lot of uses out of it...it doesn't take much for one "wash".
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
livinginnh
(Peterborough, NH)
answer 6
I purchased the small bottle a couple years ago and I use it quite often. It surprisingly lasts a long time even if you use a lot each time.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
mariezee
(OH)
answer 7
Your dad can probably get more than a hundred uses out of this small bottle. All it takes for my (female) head is about 5 shakes per application. You want just the thinnest veil of powder. If your scalp feels gritty, you are using too much product. It helps to disperse the dry shampoo on your head by ruffling the hair with your fingers, then brush through your hair.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
alice12345
(Bowie, MD)
answer 8
I just bought mine about a month ago and it's not even a quarter done with. The bottle will last a long time...especially if your dad has short hair!
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
mgw11389
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 9
A little goes a long way with this stuff, as you only need to use it on the scalp, concentrating on applying just little dabs of it to areas that are the oiliest (around the forehead, for example).

I've been buying the 1 oz size and find it lasts me about 5-6 months with almost daily use.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
AlexP2828
(West Monroe, LA)
answer 10
assuming he has short hair he will only need to puff the bottle 2ce for usage. if its shoulder length or longer - 4 times. if he uses it 2ce a week, it will probably last 1.5-2 months atleast. (1.5 being for longer hair, 2 months if he has short hair)
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
s13nowangel
(Farmington, NH)
answer 11
a little goes a looong way. gently tap the tip to the scalp on a part, repart hair and repeat. Do not squeeze, it will apply way too much.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
diskobunny
(North Bay, CA)
Question
amount of dry shampoo in the bottle
I bought Pronto today and as soon as I got home I opened the top only to find the bottle about 3/4 filled-- is this normal? if I exchanged it would I find bottles that are filled much closer to the top?
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
ilovesephora
(Alhambra, CA)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Usually they are filled completely at the factory and the powder settles as the bottle ships to its final destination. The same appears when you open a bag of potato chips. It's just "settling". And yes, all the bottles are like that.

Oh well!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
musicboxx
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
This is normal- I've bought more than a few of these, and they all seem to be around three fourths full. None of them are all the way. However after using it, you'll see how little you need each time, so its still relatively a ton of powder.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
cvilkus
(Denver, CO)
answer 3
yups this is how it always is, you weren't jipped. and trust - it's worth it and doesn't take a lot of product to do the trick.
answered 4 years ago
ltaggart
(Toronto)
answer 4
This is totally normal. Shake before use to add air to the product, make it easier to work with and make it last longer. It lasts & lasts. Dispense into hands, not onto scalp (not like what the directions say), to it be easier to work with and you'll avoid tell tail whiteness in hair - this stuff needs to be well worked into scalp to work best.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 5
This product settles during shipment. I would not think a new bottle would be any different.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
livinginnh
(Peterborough, NH)
answer 6
The powder settles as it sits. ;) Don't worry it will last a long time!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
Chucky
(Bakersfield, CA)
answer 7
What you experienced is normal settlement, and it does not hurt the quality. The dry shampoo is a very light, fluffy powder. Think of pre-sifted flour - it settles as well. You are buying a product measured in weight, not volume.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
alice12345
(Bowie, MD)
answer 8
Mine wasn't full either but it doesn't take much for each use.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
NonPlussRedHead
(Calgary AB)
answer 9
That's how mine was too...at the store I scoped out a few bottles because I noticed right away but they all looked the same. Although it's annoying to have it not filled 100%, I will say the bottle lasts a long time!
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
mgw11389
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 10
Yes, thats typical, I've been using this for years & had several bottles. It is by weight & settling occurs.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
theladyizavamp
(New York, NY)
answer 11
I don't remember exactly how full the bottle is new, but I know that I have never seen (or bought) one that has been filled all the way to the top. One bottle does last a very long time. I usually only buy about 2 bottles per year, and I find that a little bit goes a long way. Hope this was helpful.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
glamgoddessgrl
(Urbana, IL)
Question
New or different formula?
I'm confused at how the smaller size of 1 oz. for $11 hasn't gotten as good reviews as this one of 2.5 oz for $19. Also, on this one, the reviews just started recently and there are less than 20 of them. Also, is there a difference between the "To Go" version that is $11 and the regular version at $11 and $19? Hmmm.
asked 4 years, 10 months ago
lovettmann
(Norcross, GA)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Probably because more people buy the larger one, $8 more for the full size??? why not??? It's really good dry shampoo, not drying at all and doesn't leave hair sticky and hard to brush like others.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
jenn01
(NAPLES, FL)
answer 2
The powder is better than the spray. The smaller powder bottle is just that - a smaller bottle. I bought both and then I fill up the smaller bottle using the larger one for travelling when I run out.
answered 4 years ago
ltaggart
(Toronto)
answer 3
Hi - yes there is a difference b/n the small To-Go size and the Regular size. I have the regular size. For both, shake well before dispensing, to add air volume to the product, it will be lighter, easier to work with and last longer. I dispense into my hand, then work through my hair. Seems to work best for me.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 4
No difference in product. One is just a travel size.
answered 4 years ago
ps1974
answer 5
There isn't a difference in anything but the size of the bottles.
answered 4 years ago
cdawg2158
(San Diego, CA)
answer 6
Nope they're exactly the same.... I bought the small one first, then the big one and used it to refill the smaller bottle, which I put in my purse.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
tigerlily187
(University Park, PA)
answer 7
There is no difference between the smaller version and the larger version. The larger version lasts for months and after using it in the morning, I don't need to reapply so I don't use the "to go" size.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
musicgirl59
(OH)
answer 8
Hi~ I truly don't think there is a difference. I just wrote a review stating that I always buy the smaller size since it's great for travel (you never know when you'll get to do a full shampoo on a trip) or for the gym if you have no time for a wet shampoo after working out. The one thing I did notice is that occasionally the nozzle gets clogged. I don't know if that's only the case for the smaller-sized bottle. But it doesn't take too much to unclog it. If I'm short on time, I just remove the nozzle and dump a little into my hands to distribute and comb through. To me, the smaller size still best suits my needs. I hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
justthegoodstuff
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 9
its the exact same product just a smaller bottle. works exactly the same & i love the product! whether i'm sporting blonde or brunette locks, this product comes thru everytime.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
carly708
(Nashville, TN)
answer 10
There is no difference in product between the different sizes, other than price. Maybe some of the reviewers find the price of the 1.0 oz a bit steep compared to the larger size, but the product lasts forever!!! I like the smaller size because I can take it with me anywhere!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
alice12345
(Bowie, MD)
answer 11
I have both and both are equally effective. I have the small one at work and the large one at home.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
CaryB
Question
Condition w/????
I have never before used a dry shampoo and want to try it to help my hair retain its natural moisture. Was wondering if it is necessary to apply some sort of leave in conditioner after dry shampooing??? I HAVE to use conditioner after I wash my hair in the shower! Thanks!!! :-)
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Do not add leave-in conditioner after dry shampoo, it defeats the purpose. If I was to add anything after, it would be a light glossing type product, but only to the ends or where I had too, not all over.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 2
You shouldn't need to condition after using this product. It's just a light powder meant to soak up extra oil in your hair to keep it from looking greasy. Unlike wet shampoo, it won't strip anything off your hair.
answered 4 years ago
slpngkat91
(Chicago, IL)
answer 3
You do not use conditioner, the product is applied only to scalp to absorb oil, so your hair is not affected. If your hair gets dry after a day or two (or more) of not shampooing or conditioning, you should use a spray on leave in product. It doesn't show on your scalp at all, but you will not feel clean like after a fresh shampoo. Your hair will not look greasy though.
answered 4 years ago
oceans
(West Linn, OR)
answer 4
No-you don't need to condition your hair. If your hair is dry and feels frizzy-like mine : ) What I do is I put this product on my hands-then rub it briskly through my roots-wherever it feels oily or sticky from styling build up. Then I touch up with a straightening iron. And then here's the awesome trick for the frizzies-using a strong-hold hair spray I spray a straight edged tooth brush and brush it over the parts of my hair that are frizzy-that way I don't get a huge build up of hair spray-and the tooth brush grabs and smooths all the frizzies! : ) Hope this helps!!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
a40smthngjen
(California)
answer 5
You don't need to use any form of leave-in conditioner with this product. It goes on your dry hair and eliminates oil . It's not hard on your hair so there is no need for extra conditioning.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
danka81
answer 6
i always use a light spray in conditioner, but I have very fine hair, so over conditioning for me can be an issue. It is more effective on your scalp, rather than all over hair, so i wouldn't worry too much about that unless you are dandruff prone.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
bchawaii
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 7
No, you do not need to follow this product with any sort of conditioner. You mostly will use this product on days when you don't wash your hair--because you shouldn't everyday--and you can use a styling cream ot whatever you prefer to smooth down your ends after you brush it through your hair.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
emilymayer
(New York)
answer 8
Definitely limit what products you use AFTER applying the dry shampoo. If you have any build up of the dry shampoo, hair spray or gels may make the build up more obvious. Usually you can run your fingers through your hair to work out any excess but styling product may make this more difficult.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
musicgirl59
(OH)
answer 9
No need for conditioning after this quick fix. The powder sops up most of the shine, but it doesn't strip moisture.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
unkeptsecret
(Austin, TX)
answer 10
its up to you, but it is definitely not needed
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
tobecelebritee
(Brooklyn, NY)
answer 11
Hi~ My hair tends to be normal to dry, which sounds like yours(?). I don't think you're supposed to use a ton of the Pronto Dry Shampoo. Add some to the roots and a light fluff of it through the body of your hair (then comb or brush it) and that should do the trick. If you think your hair feels dried out after this, you can always apply some leave-in conditioner (or conditioning product of your choice) to the ends of your hair. I would only use a conditioning product that says it can be applied to dry hair or else it will look gloppy. I guess it depends on how your hair feels after using the Pronto Dry Shampoo. Mine usually doesn't need anything, but then again I always apply MorrocanOil to my hair after I do my wet shampoos and this will usually hold me until my next wet shampoo. Good luck!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
justthegoodstuff
(Minneapolis, MN)
Question
Net Weave
I'm trying to make sure that i'm cleansing my scalp as much as possible with the weave and considering dry shampoos.Does anyone know well dry shampoos would work with new weaves? Is it necessary to remove all of the powder? Will it disolve on it's own?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
Anonymous
(DC/MD)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
I don't have experience with weaves, but can say this:
* this product does not actually CLEAN your hair; it's only claim is that it dries up oil
* and I can say for a fact that NOTHING will take the powder out of your hair, except for good ol' shampoo & water!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
debir
(ny, ny)
answer 2
Dry shampoo isn't really a cleansing shampoo. You dust it into your hair at the roots to give the appearance of freshly washed hair when in reality you've gone a day or two without! It's a great product, but not sure it's what you're actually looking for?
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
mollygee
(Fort Collins, CO)
answer 3
I have extensions and I am very happy with this product. It must dissolve because I use it at least three times a week and I am very happy!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
robynsfave
(Laguna Niguel)
answer 4
It woun't dissolve own it own. On the contrary, it forms a thin clay with the hair oil all over your scalp. Make sure you take all the product off or your hair will be even worst!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
mhgm
(Boston, MA)
answer 5
You need to remove the powder, it will never be dissolved. The powder will clog up your hair follicles. You can try this and it works, not a powder and quick clean. http://facianohair.com Faciano Dry Shampoo
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
fattyhair
answer 6
Try some of the aerosol format (spray can) dry shampoos instead of a powder. Those might work better for you.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
enialessej
(Longmont, CO)
answer 7
I've never had a weave, but I can tell you that you have to be able to brush this product out after applications. Any left over product dissolves when you wash your hair.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
katie442
(Houston, TX)
answer 8
I think this would work really well. I mainly pat or tap to blend and it works fine even in really dark hair.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
lovelymsva
(Des Moines, IA)
answer 9
It really doesn't dissolve. Honestly, I don't know how you would get the product up under the net to your scalp and work it in enough for the powder not to be seen. Maybe you should try the Oscar Blandi dry shampoo SPRAY instead. That's what I'm going to try next to cut down on the white residue. It's supposed to be clear and it seems like a spray would be easier to control. I know how hard it is to keep your scalp clean when you're rocking weaves, braids, or phony ponies, so I hope this helps...
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
yolo
(New York, NY)
answer 10
Not exactly sure if this product is the best for you. Will lay out the facts though and let you decide. Will it clean your scalp and not damage your weave? Heck yes! Does it smell awesome? Oh yah! Is it a healthy product compared to the others? Yes, no parabens or the other junk that most products have in it. Now, heres the iffy stuff....is it hard to rub out? Yah, even with a blow drier, its hard to get it out of ur hair if ur weave is dark colored its kind of obviously white looking at the scalp, no matter how much u rub at it. However, if u have a blondish weave in, no problemo. So, I hope this helped somewhat? :)
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
dreama56
(Boynton Beach, FL)
answer 11
i'm not sure about weaves, but dry shampoo does not dissolve. the powder just absorbs the grease from your scalp. You have to follow by brushing the "greasy" powder out of your hair. The powder is white and it only goes away when you brush your hair well.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
sillysylvia
(Brooklyn, NY)
Question
what is the size of the product?
what size is it? how many ounces
asked 4 years, 1 month ago
ava1030
(Philadelphia, PA)
on Pronto Dry Shampoo
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
It's one ounce, and you will see it and think it's so small! But this little package will surprise you, it seems never-ending. And you only need a teenie bit at a time so it's ideal for your purse or travel. Anything!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
lovefreshsugar
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
1 oz
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
spiderskulls13
(Simi Valley, Ca)
answer 3
2.5 oz.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
denise83
(New Jersey)
answer 4
Its one ounce, but its a fine powder, so you do not need much. I think this will last for quite awhile.
answered 4 years ago
pandy21
(novato, ca)
answer 5
Bottle is super light, but there is LOTS in it. The regular size lasts me 2 - 2 1/2 months with every other day use.
answered 4 years ago
urbanfirefly
(Toronto Canada)
answer 6
The normal one is 2.5 oz. They also have a travel sized one that's 1 oz.
answered 4 years ago
emily20
answer 7
11 oz
answered 4 years ago
katekat
(Redding,CA)
answer 8
2.5 oz
answered 4 years ago
slpngkat91
(Chicago, IL)
answer 9
I bought the small, one oz. bottle by the register with all the other smaller sized things. It is lasting a really long time. Because the product is light it seems like a 2 oz size though.
answered 4 years ago
oceans
(West Linn, OR)
answer 10
I am using the 2.4 oz this time. Last time I bought the smaller size and lasted about 4 months. A little goes a long way!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
bchawaii
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 11
2.5 oz
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
(Minneapolis, MN)
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