Salon shampoo can provide a consumer with the opportunity to consult with hair care professionals about what the best products are for him or her. This can be an advantage if a hairstyle is nontraditional.
Dry shampoo has become a popular alternative to regular shampoo in recent years. It absorbs the oil that makes your hair look greasy without drying your scalp out, like washing your hair with water every day can do. Learn how to apply dry shampoo, tips for using it to look your best, and how to make your own dry shampoo using the contents of your kitchen cabinets.
1: Choose a dry shampoo. Dry shampoo comes in the form of a powder or a dry spray-on product that you apply to the roots of your hair. You can purchase a commercial product or improvise by making your own. For a homemade dry shampoo recipe, read to the end of this article.
2: Get your hair ready. Remove hair bands, hair pins, and clips. Comb it to make sure there are no tangles.
3: Apply the dry shampoo. Sprinkle the powder you chose over the top of your head, especially in the areas that tend to get oily, like your bangs and part. Use your fingers to distribute it.
If you use a spray bottle of dry shampoo, hold it 6 inches (15.2 cm) from your head and spray. Hold it far enough away so that the shampoo settles evenly over your head.
If you wish,brush your hair so the dry shampoo is distributed down the length of the hair shafts. Focus mostly on the roots, but if the rest of your hair needs freshening up, add a little more to the tips.
This might get messy, so do it over the sink or be ready to sweep or vacuum when you're done.
4: Let it settle in. Wait 5 to 10 minutes for the dry shampoo to absorb the oil from your hair. If you have particularly oily hair, it may take a little longer.
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