How-two: 2 easy steps to doing something just a little bit better…
Dry shampoo is seriously a game changer. Not only does it let you go longer between washes, something that’s not only great for your hair and scalp but down right convenient, but it also gives your hair more volume and texture. The quick and easy way to apply it is just to sprinkle or spray (or scrunch if you’re opting for this paste) right onto the sections of your hair that need a pick me up to absorb grease and refresh your ‘do. Here are two ways you can up your game.
- Apply before bed. If you know you’re not going to wash your hair in the morning, add a little dry shampoo before you go to bed. Not only will this cut down on your morning routine, but keeping your head warm against your pillow all night will actually help to work the powder formula into your hair. This means you’re less likely to encounter the dreaded white cast and the product it gives the product more time to truly soak up any oil.
- Use heat. Giving your hair a quick blast with a blow dryer after applying dry shampoo can blow off any excess product, so your hair doesn’t get weighed down. Since any excess powder that might be visible is blown loose, you’re just left with clean looking hair. It can also help activate the product so it works harder to keep your roots looking fresh.
If you need a dry shampoo recommendation, here are my favorites: