Treseme Instant Refresh Dry Shampoo - £4.79 for 200ml.
I'll start off by saying this is my least favourite of the bunch but it isn't a bad product. The scent of this product is pleasant without being overpowering. It's good for adding a bit of something to you hair if it's clean but looking a bit flat, it doesn't feel like you have a lot of product in you hair or leave much of a white mark behind if well rubbed in. The only downside is that it doesn't leave your hair feeling really clean if you have second day hair which is a shame. However the product does come in a good handbag/travel size.
Batiste Tropical Dry Shampoo - £2.99 for 200ml.
Oh Batiste how I love you so; Batiste Dry Shampoo comes in lots of different scent including different colours depending on your hair colour which I need to give a go but out of the ones i've tried Tropical is hands down the nicest scent. I use this dry shampoo on second day hair because it leaves my hair feeling very clean. It can leave a white powder if not rubbed it, I make sure I don't spray too close to the hair and leave it to settle in the rub it in and brush through. For the price this one is amazing and it comes in a few different sizes too.
Vo5 Refresh Me Quick Dry Shampoo - £3.59 for 200ml.
This one is a great all rounder, it leaves the hair feeling clean but is also good for adding a bit of volume to the hair too. It is basically the best of the two above in one however if your hair is feeling really greasy batiste is still your best bet. Something I love about this one is that it has a lovely strawberry scent to it which makes your hair smell lovely. Also out of all of these this one leaves the least chances of a white powder to the hair so I would recommend this one if you have dark hair especially.
So those are my favourite dry shampoos, hopefully this was helpful if you're looking for a new one to try. There are so many out there these days but I would definitely recommend Batiste and the Vo5 one the most. What is your favourite dry shampoo?