Friday, 8 March 2013

How I Apply Dry Shampoo

My hair gets greasy quickly. I know people say that not washing your hair every day can help this, but it didn't work when I tried it. I had a few weeks off and wasn't doing much, so decided to give it a go. After a few weeks, nothing had changed. It may require longer than this, but I'm not doing it again because I refuse to even leave the house with greasy hair. So, although I wash my hair every evening, sometimes it needs some sprucing up in the mornings because I have a habit of playing with it. I don't like dry shampoo sprays because you don't get much product, and half of it ends up in the air. I prefer bottles, and am currently using Lush's Vanilla Puff Dusting Powder. After I've run out of this, I'm just going to refill it with cornflour because that's the main ingredient in it (and most dry shampoos/face powders). When I apply a dry shampoo directly to my roots, I find it goes on unevenly and a lot of product sticks to my scalp (so gross!). To get around this, I've been applying it with a powder brush. I simply tip some dry shampoo into the palm of my hand, pick some up on the brush, and apply to my hair. This makes it apply evenly, and ensures you're not left with white/grey marks.

Does anyone else do this?

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