Dry shampoos to try this summer.
If you hit the snooze button as much as I do then read on my friends because these rocking products are for you. I know a lot of women that wash their hair everyday but for those of us that don't have the time or desire then dry shampoo is definitely for you. These products take your hair from greasy and flat to fresh and volumized in seconds. If you already are a frequent user or have been wondering what the fuss is about here are 3 awesome dry shampoos I recommend to try this summer.
Batiste dry shampoo
When I am in between salon visits a hint of colour divine dark is perfect for covering my roots and making my hair look clean. With multiple fragrant and color options it's easy to see why it's a top contender among other dry shampoos. Considering I am someone that goes through a can every two weeks this one is on the top of my list.
Pro: Cannot beat that price point and the variety of sprays they offer.
Con: Can leave a dry, chalky residue.
Amika: perkup dry shampoo
If one of your main concerns in selecting a dry shampoo is a product that will give your hair a fresh fragrant scent then this is the one for you. Not only does it smell amazing but it does not leave a chalky residue in my hair which I seem to run into with a lot of other brands. It is perfect to perk up your strands after a long day at work and your ready to hit the town!
Pro: Smells amazing without being overpowering.
Con: This dry shampoo will set you back roughly $22 at some retailers.
R+CO dry shampoo paste
I had to this amazing paste because it is not like any other dry shampoo I have tried. It gives your hair so much texture while controlling frizz and adding volume. It gives my hair the extra oomph I need to conquer a workday. Did I mention it smells fantastic!?
Pro: Basically a 3 in 1 product that works to freshen hair, texturize, and de-frizz.
Con: Having a paste to scoop out and work through hair is not as convenient as a canned spray.