It’s no secret that I am hopelessly devoted to dry shampoo. Not only do I routinely use the oil-sopping spray at night (hair hack alert!), but it also doubles as my go-to texturizing product. But a new drugstore hair tool has made me more obsessed than ever.
Now instead of working my beloved dry shampoo through with my fingers, I grab my new favorite gadget: the Conair Dry Shampoo Porcupine Brush ($7). Its curved head, double bristles, and hollow handle make it look like a futuristic hairbrush, but these features actually upgrade this handy device to instant holy grail status.
The bent shape cradles the top of your head, where all that dry shampoo accumulates, so you can thoroughly distribute product throughout your strands. As a brunette, it’s hard to get chalky dry shampoo to fully disappear in my dark hair, but this brush makes blending so much easier.
Bristles are just as important as the shape of the brush, and I get the best of both worlds as the sturdy, heftier bristles break up product while the thinner, flexible ones help with blending.
To top it off, the handle is designed to hold a miniature bottle like this Batiste Dry Shampoo ($3), so you can keep your fave dry shampoo close by at all times — and always be just a spritz away from clean, refreshed locks.
Want more beauty updates? Follow us on Pinterest!
Brit + Co may at times use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.