Dry shampoo is almost an essential beauty product given the benefits such as blow-dry-extending, texture-enhancing and volume-boosting. These benefits are all genuine AND there are more ways to use dry shampoo.
Here are some ideas:
1. Pick the right product for you. As I have said many times, there are many many different types of hair. Experiment with two or three dry shampoos to suit your hair style and texture.
2. Apply it to dry hair. Spritzing onto hair that’s even slightly damp, risks creating a build up at the roots which could damage scalp health. It will also appear dry and flaky – not a good look.
3. Less is more. Applying too much can make your hair look lacklustre and dull. Spray a little, wait a few moments while it settles and then spray again if needed.
4. Apply it carefully: i) around your ears; ii) at the nape of your neck; and iii) around your face are areas that are most prone to greasiness.
OR Go All-in
A complete application is different. Divide your hair into two inch sections and spray at the roots from 8-10 inches away. Shake your head slightly as you do this so you’re not concentrating the blast on one part of your scalp. To finish, massage your roots with fingertips and flip your head upside down to give it a final shake to make sure the powder has been evenly distributed.