Most women, despite the fore warning from every hair dresser known to man kind, wash their hair every day. According to Sonia Collins for WebMd, Dermatologists and stylists will agree that there’s little reason to shampoo every day. “Hair is a fiber,” says Paradi Mirmirani, MD, a Vallejo, Calif., dermatologist and specialist in hair research. “Think of a wool fiber: The more you wash it, the worse it’s going to look. There’s no need to wash your hair every day either.” Using a dry shampoo in lieu of your daily wash can help reduce excess sebum. Washing hair can dry out your scalp, causing overproduction of oil. Secreted oils from your roots are rich in fatty acids & squalene that will naturally moisturize. Skipping washes will allow the oil to travel down the hair shaft & prevent split ends. Dry shampoo will mask stinky locks, banish oil & help keep that $50 blowout last a little longer than 2 days. *If you need an extra lift use a texture powder like, Michael O’Rourke Bombshell Powder, at the roots 😉
1. Section 1/8 sections and apply a generous ammount of dry shampoo to the scalp.
(I do a couple of sub-sections on each side, all the way around the head)
2. Make sure to rub in each section to break up product
3. Brush it out
4. (Optional) Gently apply texture powder to the roots & rub it in.
❤ – Chelsea D.