It’s Monday morning. You’ve hit snooze on your alarm for the eleventh time and you’re just about ready to give up on life and become a sloth. Talking of sloths, why do they get it so easy? Google, you’re up. 

‘Sloths are named after the capital sin of sloth because they seem slow and lazy at first glance; however, their usual idleness is for conserving energy.’

The poor guys. They’re just completely misunderstood; they’re just trying to…

DAMN. Your hair looks as if it’s been dosed with olive oil. IF ONLY you’d spent less time Googling sloths and more time doing something constructive like, I dunno, washing your greasy hair!?

But all’s not lost. ENTER the humble dry shampoo. Yes, since this glorious can of magical goodness came onto the scene, our precious time has been dedicated to more important things, such as sleeping getting to work on time. 

Colab COLAB Exotic Dry Shampoo 200ml £2.32 Buy Now

The formula absorbs oil and refreshes the roots without leaving a residue. Oh, and we genuinely want it to be made into a perfume cos it smells THAT good.  

Aussie Aussie Sweet Escape Dry Shampoo 180ml £2.99 Buy Now

A wash and voluminous blow-dry in a can? Yep, we’ll take it.

Superdrug Superdrug Dry Shampoo Cocoa Brownie 150ml £0.98 Buy Now

The perfect dry shampoo for brunettes. Has a hint of colour, which is perf for use between visits to the hairdresser.

Superdrug Superdrug Dry Shampoo Golden Goddess 150ml £0.98 Buy Now

Helps to refresh dull and lifeless blonde hair between washes. Smells a dream, too.

Batiste Batiste Dry Shampoo Rose Gold 200ml £1.48 Buy Now

Whatever your hair type, colour or style, this dry shampoo refreshes oily roots and adds body and texture.

Because, after all, using a dry shampoo may seem lazy but we’re basically just conserving energy (we’re more sloth-like than we thought...)