When you are stuck inside and worried about running out of shampoo why not alternate with dry shampoo!? It doesn’t actually cleanse your scalp but what it does is add a layer of powdery texture to it and soak up excess oil.
We all have that one product we can’t do without, the one thing that will save your hair when you simply couldn’t be bothered doing it!
Understand that dry shampoo is not a substitute for actually washing your hair, it’s an alternative. You still need to wash your hair regularly as the oil build up plus any products applied ( including the dry shampoo ) left on your scalp will cause irritation and or infection.
Some of the Dry Shampoo products we love are…. Ouai, R&co, Oribe and the all trusted by generations Batiste
Get what you can get, try it and see what works for your hair.
HOW TO USE IT?
If you go too heavy using it you will have a head full of white powdery residue, you need to gently lift up the hair in sections starting from the bottom, spray gently about 8-9 inches away at the roots. Keep going up your head and avoid the part line as you may leave a powdery finish, trial and error as it depends on the brand how white it may or may not leave your hair.
Once down a very light massage with your fingertips and you are good to go.
Use it in moderation, maintain a regular shampoo as this is not a replacement. It does not cleanse your scalp or hair