What exactly is dry shampoo?
It is a secret weapon that absorbs natural oils, while giving hair more body, allowing you to extend the life of your hair for an extra day or two.
For those of you new to the dry shampoo game, You should know certain tricks;
This may not come as a shock, but dry shampoo only works on dry hair. So, don't try spraying or sprinkling your dry shampoo onto wet, freshly washed hair. When using an aerosol dry shampoo, make sure you spray the dry shampoo at least six inches away from the scalp. Otherwise, you won't be able to separate it out through your hair.If dry shampoo is new to you, don't freak out if your hair gets a little white at first. Let the product sit for a few minutes before styling and the white residue should go away. If it's still a bit chalkier than you'd like, comb it through your hair with your fingers. After you apply your dry shampoo, inspect your hair to see if you missed any spots. Try not to go overboard with the application. If you happen to apply too much on one spot, don't worry because it can be fixed.
Simply add a touch of a lightweight serum to the spot and gently blow dry, or you can brush out the dry shampoo until it is completely absorbed by your hair.
Do not touch your hair ever. Even if you have applied dry shampoo to your strands, the natural oils in your fingertips will only make your hair oily again. Do not apply dry shampoo on top of your head. Doing that will leave you with that dreaded white residue and it will not add volume to your hair. When used properly, not only does dry shampoo remove excess oil from your hair, it also adds texture and volume to your locks. Dry shampoo is the perfect hair pick-me-up for all those special, last-minute dos you need to attend.