How to Dry Shampoo Your Hair

18 Jun

If your hair needs refreshing and you’re not up for a wash and blowout, help is on the way. A new wave of products has hit the shelves that can clean your hair without a single drop of water.

Now that dry shampoo is catching on, you can try variations of this product containing ingredients like rice, tapioca, or oat milk that soak up oil and dirt rather than washing them away.

Ojon® Rub-Out™ Dry Cleanser is an eco-friendly spray suitable for all hair types. This dry cleanser removes oil and product buildup while increasing hair volume at the root. Due to the concentration of Amazonian white clay and soap bark extract, you need to shake the dispenser vigorously prior to use otherwise the nozzle may clog.

Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Shampoo with rice, oat, and tapioca starches soaks up oil, removes product buildup, and boosts volume. To use this product, separate hair into sections, tilt the bottle, and lightly squeeze to release the powder. Then, vigorously massage into your scalp and brush through with a natural-bristle brush.

Cake Beauty Refreshing Hair and Body Powder is a double-duty powder that refreshes your hair and leaves your body smelling fresh and clean. The powder comes in two shades: lighter hues for blond or light to medium brown hair and darker hues for red, black, or brown hair.

DIY Dry Shampoo

If you’re on a budget, you don’t need to shell out $20 for dry shampoo. Just shake a bit of cornstarch or baby powder into your hair, massage it in, then brush or comb out the excess.

Ojon®
Rub-Out™ Dry Cleanser
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One Response to “How to Dry Shampoo Your Hair”

  1. scarletsculturegarden 02/03/2010 at 4:40 am #

    I’ve been sort of afriad of dry shampoo because people have said that it leaves your hair really flaky so I just get up really early in the morning to wash it instead. Thanks for the tips.
    Ciao, great blog

    http://scarletsculturegarden.wordpress.com

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