Hairstyling Tip: Why You Need Dry Shampoo in Your Life

Who says "second day" hair has to be a drag? Add some dry shampoo! Photo Credit: Pinterest.

Who says “second day” hair has to be a drag? Add some dry shampoo! Photo Credit: Pinterest.

Let’s face it: we’re all guilty of skipping out on washing our hair. Whether it’s because your hair is processed and you want to keep it healthy or maybe you’re feeling a little lazy, don’t be afraid to admit it! So what’s a girl (or guy) to do when they decide to miss out on shampooing their hair? Use a dry shampoo, of course!

Dry shampoo is a water-less spray or powder product alternative for ALL hair types on those days you don’t want to wash your hair.  It is perfect when it comes to absorbing that excess oil your hair may build up when it hasn’t been washed and it also removes any odor you hair may have. When applied to unwashed hair, dry shampoo can give the hair a matte texture, so it’s best to apply on the roots and ends of your hair. So how many days in a row can you use dry shampoo? It’s best to wash your hair after you’ve used the dry shampoo three days in a row, which is technically four days after you’ve washed your hair. It all depends on how long you feel about not washing your hair. Check out our top three picks for dry shampoo:

1. R + Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo: This dry shampoo will be sure to refresh, volumize and put some body into your hair without weighing it down.

2. Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray: This spray is perfect for dirty hair and clean hair. It adds texture to clean hair, while it works as a dry shampoo, absorbing any oils in unwashed hair.

3. Bumble and Bumble Prêt-à-Powder: Ideal for oily, fine, and unwashed hair, this powder serves as a dry shampoo and styling product- who doesn’t love a 2-in-1?!

Feel the need for some dry shampoo in your life? Stop by Salon Sessions and check our retail section where you will find all three of these dry shampoo products!

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