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13 Uses for Dry Shampoo You Probably Didn’t Know About

Most women try to keep dry shampoo on hand all the time, and with good reason. For the most part, we only think of using dry shampoo if our hair starts to look a bit oily between washes, or if we don’t have time for a proper shampoo. But there are many other ways we […]

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How to use dry shampoo

5 Simple Rules for Using Dry Shampoo

If your hair is prone to oiliness, you may feel that you need to shampoo it every day, and that dry shampoo really won’t make a difference. Maybe you picked up one of dry shampoos on the recommendation of a friend, but you’re not sure what to do with it. Don’t worry: by following a […]

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Dry Shampoo 101

How to Use  Dry Shampoo Typically, dry shampoos are applied to the oily roots. It is important and necessary to avoid rubbing the dry shampoo into the scalp because this can cause dry skin and itching. Next, wait for at least two minutes (and no more than five minutes) and then brush the dry shampoo […]

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Dry Shampoo Recipes: For Dark or Light Hair

What is dry shampoo? It’s a kind of shampoo you apply to dry hair and brush or blow out, taking grime and excess oil with it. Although you can purchase a dry shampoo, making your own dry shampoo is super cheap and easy, plus you can customize the formula. Read on to find out several […]

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get irresistably second-day sexy hair by using dry shampoo

5 Surprising Ways to Use Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo doesn’t just give you second-day hair that is sexy and irresistible like this; it can also help you in several other surprising ways. Read on to find how it works. 1. Keep your curls from clumping together Want your curls to be imperfect and piece-y? Keep them in an uniform wave by  spraying […]

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Top dos & don'ts of using dry shampoo

Top dos & don’ts of applying dry shampoo

It is usual for me to go without washing my hair for three to four weeks. Not because I am lazy or attempting to conserve water (though every little bit counts); yet, if I chill out on sudsing up weekly, my brown hair gets bigger and looks better. And lots of dermatologists and hairstylists supporting […]

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