Promising review: "I have type 1A hair. Straight. Fine. Thin. Limp. Doesn't hold a style or volume well. Vivid color; my base is usually hot pink.
Shampoos, even the stuff meant for colored hair, fade out your color quickly, any color. That's just a fact. Restricting your shampooing routine to a couple of times a week really lets your color have better-staying power. I still shower daily, I just don't always wash my hair. I spray this stuff in, careful to not overspray, let it sit for a minute or two, and then give myself a good scalp rub and scratch. REMEMBER: Your hair must be DRY!
Dry shampoos use starch, in the case of Batiste it's rice starch, which is the lightest starch or all the starches used by dry shampoo manufacturers, and a chemical base, IE alcohol, to help deliver it. The alcohol evaporates, and starch is left behind. The starch absorbs grease and odors and even less strong odors. Rice starch doesn't leave as much residue like some of the other dry shampoos I've tried (12-15 different kinds, people. That's not hyperbole.) This one helps combat oil and also lets me have that volume I basically have not been able to achieve any other way." —JW
Get a six-pack from Amazon for $22.60 (available in two scents).