6100 Five-Star Reviews Later, I'm Sold on These Dry Shampoos

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Not all dry shampoos are created equal. Some excel at volumizing, while others are simply designed for maximum freshness. Some dry shampoos are extremely budget-friendly—we're talking $3, folks—while others are more luxurious. Whether you want an organic option, a version to suit darker hair, one loaded with antioxidants like green tea, or an amazing-smelling dry shampoo, there's something out there for everyone.

One of the standout drugstore dry shampoos is Batiste Dry Shampoo ($9), which boasts an impressive 1098 five-star reviews on Amazon—the highest count of any dry shampoo on the retailer. They must be on to something. Who am I to argue with thousands of shoppers? Scroll down to shop the 14 best drugstore dry shampoos that cumulatively have over 6000 five-star reviews. 

1. Most Refreshing

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2. Most Affordable

3. Most-Reviewed on Amazon

4. Best Organic Option

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4. Best Option Designed for Darker Hair

5. Runner-Up for Darker Hair

6. Best-Smelling

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7. Mildest Scent

8. Best Indie Brand

9. Best for Volume

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9. Best Salon-Worthy Luxury

10. Best Texturizer

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11. Best Packaging

12. Most Soothing

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13. Best Clean Feeling

14. Newest Launch

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