Suds-Free Shampooing and Beautiful Second-Day Hair
Perhaps not since the invention of aerosol hair spray has one hair care product been as much of a game changer as dry shampoo. Demand for the versatile, time-saving product is so great that nearly every hair care company has created their own formula. Let's find out why:
What’s all the fuss about?
A style-extending solution, it freshens up yesterday’s look so you can spend time on other things. What makes it magical is its ability to dry up excess oil without over-drying or damaging hair. Instead of the usual wash-dry-blow dry-style routine, just spritz on some dry shampoo and you’re done.
Dry shampoo absorbs oil, sweat, and odor leaving your hair looking, feeling, and smelling clean. It also boosts the texture and volume, and can be used on clean hair to give it some oomph and texture. Spray some on before braiding your hair to help the plait hold. It gives limp, flat hair volume and lift, too. A quick few spritzes can make you look like you spend an hour styling.
4 things to do to get great results:
- Focus on the oiliest areas, typically at the crown, and only use it where you need it. Don’t get scared if it makes your hair look chalky, that’s temporary.
- Let it sit for a while; it needs time to absorb oil.
- Use your fingers to scrunch, massage and tousle your hair to work in the product. Lightly brush through to spread it evenly.
- Focus on scrubbing your scalp and roots well when you do wash with water. It’s important to remove the dry shampoo so you don’t get product buildup.
Dry shampoo is a game changer for reviving your hairstyle.
Try these stylist-recommended dry shampoos: