The 4 Ways that you should be using dry shampoo
If the Hair Gods were to have ever blessed us, simple earthlings, with a single gift it has got to be dry shampoo (and more specifically CHI Dry Shampoo, CHI Rosehip Dry Shampoo, CHI Royal Treatment Dry Shampoo and Balmain Dry Shampoo).
Has there ever been any other modern-day invention sans the iPhone that has been so clutched to woman-on-the-go and lazy girls everywhere? Yeah, we didn’t think so. This miracle in a can is primarily used to keep your oily roots at bay and leave your hair feeling clean as you choose to keep your hair washing at minimum. What if we said there were other nifty ways you could be using your dry shampoo other than to leave your hair feeling clean.
1) To pump up the volume
Whether your hair is dirty or clean, thick or thin, curly or straight - sometimes a girl’s tresses just need a little extra TLC in the volume department. If you’re looking to lift your locks spritz a generous amount of Balmain Dry Shampoo (R545.00) throughout your hair to give it a boost of volume. If your hair has a tendency to fall flat even after a major teasing session, then try spraying dry shampoo to the backsides of the sections that you’re backcombing to help hold the volume.
2) To hold your hair-do
3) To give you flawless brows
This one is probably the most shocking. We know. However, if you have unruly eyebrows this could be your new favourite way to use dry shampoo outside of juuj-ing your hair back to life. It’s simple spritz a small amount of CHI Royal Treatment Dry Shampoo to your finger or toothbrush and uses it to get your brows into formation while adding a touch of thickness.
4) To maintain your blowout