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Evo haze styling powder and Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray

Like a Dry Shampoo, But Also Totally Not Like a Dry Shampoo

Allow me to introduce two dirty pretty things: evo haze styling powder ($29.95) and Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray (approx $44.50). You'd be forgiven for thinking that they're straight-up dry shampoos, but their mission is actually to put the "dirt" and easy texture back into freshly-washed hair. It's like this, Dakota Fanning has lovely, soft and smooth hair, right? Which is nice if you like that kind of thing, but not so great if you don't. Especially if your hair has a tendency to stay like that for two days post-wash. If your look is more Miss Moss, ie. lived-in glam, then this is what you need. It's like good dirt, just like olive oil is good fat. They give body and texture and most importantly that coveted matte finish. I swear by the evo one, and while I haven't tried Oribe, it's creating lots of buzz in the states. Have you tried either? Will you?

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