Natural oils in your scalp are beneficial to keep your hair soft and hydrated. But when your hair is curly or long, it might be difficult for the natural oils to reach hair roots. By using a dry shampoo, your hair gets moisturised well and prevents dryness.
You get a nice, gorgeous blowout and do not want to wash it off the next day. Dry shampoo can help put off your next hair wash for a few days while maintaining an oil-free scalp and keeping your hair bouncy and soft.
Apply dry shampoo on your damp hair and use a blow dryer. The dry shampoo will swell your hair strands to give a fuller, voluminous hair.
You are admiring your bright pink hair colour and don’t want it to fade away. But, frequent shampooing can make your hair colour pale and fade away. Hence, swap it with a dry shampoo to increase hair colour for days and weeks.
Bleaching or colouring your hair, can slightly damage your hair. Each time you shampoo, blow dry or use a flat iron on your hair, the damage increases. But, choosing a dry shampoo can help freshen your hair and protect it from heat damage.
When you feel you do not have enough time to shampoo and condition your hair, you can simply use a dry shampoo to quickly get ready.
While you are curling your hair with a roller or curling iron, lift each hair section, backcomb your hair root and make two quick strokes close to your scalp. Apply dry shampoo to that hair and curl it.
Dry shampoos offer a fresh, pleasant fragrance. This is because they absorb excess dirt and oil while removing any unpleasant odours.
Dry shampoos help revive your hair after your gym session and help you quickly get ready for your office meetings or outings.
Applying a dry shampoo before braiding or making a bun, will provide more grip and add volume to your hair. It also helps with easier styling and keeps the style in place for a longer time.
Choose the right dry shampoo based on your hair length, texture, type and oiliness. Once you have your dry shampoo in hand, prepare it well while using it. Ensure you shake it well to evenly distribute the ingredients on your hair.
Use a wide-toothed comb to create sections of your hair. This helps evenly distribute the dry shampoo throughout your hair and also reduces white patches or clumps.
Hold your dry shampoo can 10-12 inches away from your hair and spray in shorter spurts. Ensure to start with the greasiest part of your hair.
Let the dry shampoo sit on your hair at least for 10 minutes for the best results.
A gentle scalp massage can help activate the dry shampoo’s formula and also distribute it evenly in all areas. Now, finish by running your fingers through your hair to add volume and separate your hair, resulting in a fresh look.