When you’re a modern gal on-the-go, nothing seems to to save your hair faster than a can of your favorite dry shampoo. A few pulses and your hair problems are over. But it takes time and practice to figure out how much to use and where to spray! I know I’ve had a mishap where I have worked in a little too much or used the wrong product, and ended up with white dusty roots or even greasier strands. Luckily you can avoid these issues with a few simple tips and tricks, which are in the style notes. Dry shampoo is a time-saving tool, make it work for you! –– Michelle Rotbart
Spray On The Root
This maybe common sense but for dry shampoo to actually work, it needs to be sprayed in right at your root to remove excess oil. Be sure to choose one with a great scent that leave no residue.
Section Out Hair
For optimal results, section out hair and spray at the root. Spraying overall in large section of hair won’t work as well.
Work It Through
Once you spray each section, work in the product. You can either massage dry shampoo into your hair for extra volume and texture or use a brush to brush out and restyle your ‘do as you desire.
Put Down Your Regular Cleanser
If you over cleanse your hair, your scalp can actually start to produce more oil, so try to wash less frequently. Try every other day or even every few days, and use dry shampoo in between. It will easily before your most favorite and essential styler.
Special Thanks to Michelle Rotbart for this post. Michelle is a professional trend forecaster for the NYC-based fashion and retail forecaster, Doneger Group