When I tried the the original loose powder version of Oscar Blandi Pronto dry shampoo, I liked its ability to absorb oil and add volume to my hair.
What I didn’t like too much, however, was that it was a little bit messy to use and it had a fake lemon fragrance (Eau de Pledge, as fellow makeup moxie Tiddleywink put it ; )
But I decided to give Pronto a second chance and try out its spray formula.
The good news? This spray shampoo in a can was neater and quicker to use, and it didn’t smell quite as strong.
The drawbacks to this product? This spray shampoo isn’t as good of a value as its loose powder counterpart. Though the products are about the same price, the loose powder formula will definitely last longer.
With the spray, I tended to use more of the product and it seemed to run out fairly quickly.
The Bottom Line on Oscar Blandi Pronto Spray Shampoo: Pronto spray shampoo works well if you’re seriously pressed for time and you want to give dirty hair a quick cleanse with a boost of volume.
If you have more time and want a dry shampoo that’s almost half the price and airport security friendly, go with the powder version.