Easy Ways to Use Your Dry Shampoo

With the lockdown in place, you might be feeling a tad bit lazier to wash your mane. Good thing dry shampoos are there to save the day! Normally, dry shampoos are used to refresh oily hair and scalps since it contains oil-aborbing substances. But did you know that dry shampoos can be used in more ways than one? Read on below to see the ingenious ways you on how to apply dry shampoo and its benefits, aside from absorbing all those greases!
#1 Turn up the volume.
Dry shampoo isn’t only used on unwashed hair, but even freshly washed tresses! Spray the Bed Head by TIGI Matte Dry Shampoo, P1,050, all over your hair. The modified corn-starch in this hairspray not only absorbs your grease effectively, but the starches stick to your strands and make it look thicker without the visible residue. Work it through your hair with a brush until you’re satisfied with the body of your hair. 
Bed Head by TIGI Matte Dry Shampoo
HairMNL Pro Tip: Flip your hair upside down as you spray to give your hair even more volume.
#2 Get a grip and hold on.
We know how frustrating it can be to have your ‘do coming undone because your bobby pins keep slipping off. Get a grip on those frustrations, because dry shampoo will hold them for you. Just lightly mist your bobby pins. The starch in the dry shampoo will give those pins better grip to stay on your hair. Now you no longer have to worry about those bobby pins.
#3 Keep your fringe looking bang-ing
Sporting a fringe never goes out of style, but It does get bothersome when it’s all greasy and sticks on your face. But spray that worry away, because dry shampoo can help you keep your bangs looking fresh all day! Mist the underside of your fringe with Davines Hair Refresher Dry Cleansing Mist, P1,350, to absorb all that oil and dirt from touching your face. Dry shampoo will keep your bangs looking fine!
Davines Hair Refresher Dry Cleansing Mist
#4 Out of Style – NOT!
Ran out of hairspray but need to be in an important video call soon? No problem! Dry shampoo can help you get those flyaways and baby hair to cooperate with you. Unlike hairspray or wax, dry shampoo has a significantly lighter hold and still gives you a natural matte finish. Plus, you don’t have to worry about stiff hair since dry shampoo still keeps your hair soft to touch. You can also use the dry shampoo after braiding or doing your hair as a preventive measure to the frizz.
#5 Waving your way in.
Calling out all who are unbothered to wash their hair but want to still look good: You no longer have to be in a dilemma with dry shampoo. Aside from absorbing the greasiness on the roots of your hair when sprayed, you can use the dry shampoo to give your hair some textured waves. 
To achieve this, use the dry shampoo as instructed then proceed to lightly spritz on the dry shampoo on your ends all the way up to the mid-lengths. Then, gently scrunch up those ends to give you the textured waves you desire. But if you’re feeling like you need more defined waves, you may grab your curl iron instead.
Easy Ways to Use Your Dry Shampoo - HairMNL
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Try these dry shampoo hacks and see if it works for you. We hope you found even more reasons to love your dry shampoo, because it’s definitely hair care essential you don’t want to miss out on. See our full collection of dry shampoos here. If you have any questions, you may message us.

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