Tuesday, January 27, 2015

BEAUTY WEEK: dry shampoo

It's the battle of the dry shampoo's - spray or powder?

The secret of a great dry shampoo is to apply on on the areas where you know are going to be seen. I don't spray my dry shampoo all over my head. 

HOW: I apply the dry shampoo on top of my scalp, around my ears and on my bangs. While using dry shampoo (depending on what my hair feels like) I can rock a wavy look or if the only way to presentable is to put my hair up in a ponytail. 


1. Baby Powder: This no doubt works excellent. It absorbs all the oils and leaves hair looking fresh for the day. However, if you plan on being near people, it's going to SMELL like baby powder. It's also extremely messy. 3/5

2. 7 salon spray dry shampoo: I have been using this periodically and have come to the conclusion that it works great on the first day. Smells great! But the next day it makes your hair even more oily than it would be without the dry shampoo. The spray is a little bit wet when you apply, but PRO TIP - you have to comb it/blow dry it to set in. 4/5

3. Alterna Caviar Anti-Aging Dry Shampoo: Hands down my favorite dry shampoo. It smells refreshing, it's easy to apply (even though it's a powder) with the small opening, and keeps hair fresh, breezy, and voluminous all day. Even lasts until the next day! LOVE this product. 5/5