You can find dry shampoo in many stores. It come in a powder or spray on formula. But who uses it and why?
Dry shampoo is great if it is just one of those mornings. You woke up late, the baby is fussy, and the dog stole your bagel and then knocked over the plant. How on earth are you going to find time to take a shower before you get ready for work? You cannot be late again or you might be fired, but there is no way you can go in to the office looking like this. Your hair is a disaster! By the time you wash, condition and blow dry there is NO WAY you are going to make it in on time.
This is when you remember that you picked up that can of dry shampoo. It has been just sitting in the linen closet because you were not quite sure what to do with it, or even if you would ever need to use it. Now you are wondering if it is worth the time to try it out. If it does not work, then you have wasted even more precious time. However, if it does work you can be out the door, have the baby to daycare and be in the office with time to spare. You decide to try it. You brush your hair (okay, that part is easy… you do it all the time. It is the next steps you are not sure of). You grab the can and start spraying the contents on to your roots, lifting your hair as you go along. Okay, you have hit all of your roots, now you massage the contents in to your scalp as the instructions have directed. You are not quite sure, but you think your hair is looking a bit better. The can states that you should give the dry shampoo a few minutes to do its job so you leave it to work while you go feed the baby his cereal. Ten minutes later, you walk into the bathroom and realize you are ready to style your hair and leave for work. No wash and dry in the works for you today. I guess it was a good thing that you had that bottle in the linen closet after all!
Okay, so you are saying to yourself, “but I NEVER wake up late”, “that would not happen”. Think of all the other ways a dry shampoo could come in handy. Do you go to the gym to work out? After you exercise, you probably take a quick body shower to rinse off the sweat, but you probably just throw your hair up in a ponytail so you do not have to mess with it. Who wants to deal with bringing a bunch of toiletries to the gym so they can wash their hair after a workout? I know I don’t! If you fall asleep on a long plane trip, you know how scary your hair can look when you wake up. Nevertheless, you are thousands of feet in the air, what to do? There are always the nights when you get a little product happy. You know what I am talking about. You are getting ready to go out and you have gone a bit overboard on the styling mousse. There is no way you have time to start over now. If only you had some dry shampoo. Seriously, keep some around. It is inexpensive, easy to find and can save you from having a terrible hair day!
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