[dropcap][/dropcap]You’ve just spent your hard-earned dollars and treated yourself to an appointment at the salon to get a great blow out or doobie roller set. You leave the salon and your hair has amazing volume and body and it’s bouncing and behaving. After a few days you notice your hair isn’t bouncing like it was and all the body your hair had now has gone limp. Your hair still looks good but just a bit flatter than you like. In another day it’ll even starting to look a little oily and you haven’t even put any product in your hair.
It’s not exactly time for shampoo How do you refresh your hairdo and buy yourself a few more days before you shampoo?
You can use dry shampoo. Dry shampoo? How can shampoo be dry? And how can it clean your hair if it’s dry? The various types of dry shampoos are designed to remove or reduce the oils that build on the scalp that can make your hair limp, lifeless and greasy looking.
Before dry shampoos became more popular women with very oily hair would use baby powder as a way to absorb the oils in the hair. The talcum powder in baby powder is what helps absorb the oil. But baby powder can be quite messy and also if you have dark hair it will leave a very noticeable white residue in the hair.
Many dry shampoos come in spray form and the way it works can be best described like a spray antiperspirants. When you spray antiperspirants on your armpits it dries up the moisture. In the case of dry shampoo, you part your hair and spray short quick bursts at the roots and it dries up or absorbs the oil.
Dry shampoo is not meant to replace traditional shampoo it is a product that can be used in between shampoos or when you cannot or don’t have time for traditional shampoo. Most often if you have tend to have oily skin and fine hair and wear your hair straight you probably notice that your hair looks oily in a day or two. Dry shampoo could be a great solution to keep your hairstyle looking fresh longer.