3 Unexpected Ways to Use Dry Shampoo

Posted March 12, 2014 by in Beauty

Most people use dry shampoo to absorb oil and to keep their blow-out fresh for one more day, but dry shampoo does way more than that. It’s a miracle product that knows how to multi-task!

Don’t feel you have to follow the directions on the back of the can. Be daring! Rules were made to be broken. Below are three unexpected ways to use dry shampoo:

1. Add Texture

Most girls don’t want their hair to be flat, limp and lifeless. If your hair is looking a bit blah, spray your favorite dry shampoo on your length instead of your roots. After a minute, bend over and shake your hair out with your hands. Your result will be piece-y locks with lots of movement!

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2. Add Volume

Spray your favorite dry shampoo at the roots around your crown. Spray in layers until you’re almost to the nape of your neck. Wait about five minutes and then bend your head forward and massage the product out with your fingers. BAM! Tons of volume. Spraying it around your hairline as well will amplify the effect.

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3. To Prevent Oil Production

Most people use dry shampoo to get rid of existing oil, but we highly recommend you use it to prevent it altogether. Right after your shampoo, condition, and blow dry, add dry shampoo to the roots of your part and crown. Wait about two minutes and then massage it out with your fingers.

By doing this, any oil that’s produced will be quickly absorbed. To really prevent oil, keep a can in your bag and give your fresh, clean hair touch-ups throughout the day.

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Do you use dry shampoo? Let us know in the comments below!