Let me tell you about that time I made four-day-old hair look fresh out the Dry Bar, and not a single %$#^ was given. Okay, maybe not FRESH OUT, but definitely almost.
If you know me, you know I'm 100% anti-consecutive hair washing [read my 10 Commandments of Happy Hair here]. Last month I blogged about What's in My Travel Bag, and a travel size Psssst! Dry Shampoo Spray made the cut. Needless to say, I breezed through that bottle faster than a speeding bullet. Next thing I know, I'm back at Harmon, this time sending Fro pictures of full sized bottles and texts saying, "which scent should I get?".
I've done the old "baby powder straight to the roots" trick on oily days for as long as I can remember, so you can imagine how excited I was when dozens of brands started coming out with dry shampoo lines. I've tried a few brands such as Pantene and Herbal Essence. All of them did the job, but at the end of the day, the amount of product sitting on top of my head made me look and feel even worse.
Batiste Dry Shampoo doesn't even come close to making me feel that way.
LOL @ that time I hadn't shampooed in 4 days and Batiste made my hair look as good as new
On the mornings I cannot stop hitting snooze until the very last possible second, I section the top half of my hair in generous pieces and spray my roots with Batiste, or anywhere that oil seems to cling to. If you have trouble routinely sectioning your hair for styling, I wrote a great tutorial on Sectioning 101, and use the same technique for dry shampooing. Batiste is truly like baby powder in spray form (which, BTW, actually comes out white - so spray gently!). I then brush out the sections that were freshly sprayed and run my fingers through my roots giving them desirable volume.
Voila! Can you believe the before and after photo above on day four of unwashed hair? My new holy grail is literally a miracle product.
I grabbed my Cherry fragrance off Amazon here. Go browse the many other scents as well! Talk soon! XO
go ahead, pin that ish!
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