Monday, June 21, 2010

Dry shampoo!!

 No shampoo? No water? No problem!

For the days when you don’t feel like washing, or don’t have the time, or are trying- like me- to get your hair in better condition, there are ample products on the market. Since the 1970’s, dry shampoo products have been available as powders that are sprinkled into the hair as well as spray products that are sold in aerosol cans. Dry shampoo is a substance that is used to clean the hair when it is not possible or practical to use water and traditional shampoos. The typical shampoo works by removing sebum (hair's natural oil) and all the dirt, styling products and scalp flakes that are stuck to it. Dry shampoo absorbs sebum (rather than rinsing it away) and is brushed out, leaving your hair cleaner and lighter. 5-10 minutes should be long enough for the dry shampoo to absorb the sebum in your hair. If you have particularly oily hair, it may take a little longer.

How to use dry shampoo.

Always follow the direction from your product.
Shake the can vigorously before use and in between sprays.
Lightly spray onto the roots, and evenly over the hair by holding the can 8-12 inches away from the hair.

Leave the product in for 1-2 min. to allow the product to absorb the oil and impurities from the hair and roots. Brush with a  comb or with your fingers to blend the product in and remove excess product.

7 dry shampoos review by GingerWroot

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