How to use dry shampoo without white residue. If you are a busy person just like me, you probably know what I am talking about when I describe a busy morning routine getting yourself, your pet, your kids,… ready for the day ahead. And then in the middle of the morning rush you take one last look in the mirror and sigh: “ oh no …, my hair looks really greasy and I have no time to wash, help!” That is when a smart ally can come to the rescue: dry shampoo. But using it right is the message as you don't want to end up with that dreadful white residue in your hair. These are my tips.
Just like with picking a high quality natural boar bristle hairbrush like Delphin & Emerence, make sure you pick a good brand and learn how to apply it. My favourite brands that I keep in my car or gymbag are Klorane and MoroccanOil. They have excellent dry shampoo formulas and even cater their products to dark and lighter hair colours to avoid the “white look” that formulas from the old days had. They are also easy on-the-go.
How to use Spray-on formula’s
At home I prefer to go completely natural and organic using a natural powder from Dr. Hauschka ‘Silk body Powder’. To use this I rub a bit of powder between my palms and then follow the same routine as above.
Off you go with fresh, deliciously smelling hair.
Dry shampoo can give you that little extra volume and oomph, for me with my fine hair, an easy way to voluminous hair. You can also create volume by brushing your hair on a daily basis with a natural boar bristle hairbrush. See HERE which one could help you brush up for healthy hair.