Dry shampoo definitely has changed women’s lives everywhere and is the secret tool you need in your beauty arsenal at all times.
It comes in various forms of spray, powder or paste it helps soak up excess oil, while cleaning and deodorising hair without the need for water. It can be used to soak up grease on days when shampooing isn’t an option or when you want to extend your blow-dry or style. It can also be used as a styling product to add texture.
How to Use Dry Shampoo
Regardless of hair texture or density, the most universal way to apply hair powder is to sprinkle it 8 to 10 inches away from the scalp in a dusting motion, let it sit for a moment and then work it in with your fingertips until it disappears. For thin hair, it may be enough to simply do this on the surface of the hair, but for more dense textures, subsectioning the hair parallel to the part and treating each subsection with an application might be necessary.
You want to make sure to brush through the hair after working the dry shampoo into the hair at the roots with your hands to remove any excess oil.
Important is!!! To Wash Away Buildup.
And remember, dry shampoo is not a permanent solution for skipping washing your hair 😉
Since you’re not wetting your hair, your blowout should last a few more days until your next shampoo.
Adds Volume to Limp Hair
If you’ve got fine hair and it always feel like that blow-dry never last as good and volume disappears as soon as you leave the house it might be time to try out a very light dry shampoo to get that lift on the roots.
Fluffs Up Fringe
Many times women with bangs find their moisturisers and serums leave their fringe looking less than perfect. For this issues, simply dust / spray some hair powder and experience the difference.
You should not be scared to use dry shampoo on freshly washed hair as it can give your hair extra texture. Use it as your start out product for hair up-do. For your textured waves it can give naturally great texture and help your style to last longer.