Five things you didn't know you could do with dry shampoo

Dry shampoo has become somewhat of a permanent feature in our lives. It's even available in Tesco these days which pretty much makes it part of the weekly shop. 

But, there are way more uses for this wonder product than just spraying into greasy hair. Here are five of them.

  • Remove static

When you have no conditioner left, after you dry your hair it often goes static. A little spritz of dry shampers will nip this right in the bud.

  • Cover grey roots

If you are in between hair appointments but have a big night out, dry shampoo now comes in an array of colours that you can match to your roots and hide the grey,

  • Volumise

For anyone with fine hair, dry shampoo is a great way to increase the volume. Spray it onto freshly washed hair and it will bind to the strands and bulk up the texture.

  • Get a Better Grip

The only problem with freshly washed hair is that it’s sometimes too slick to hold a style. Luckily, a fine mist of dry shampoo gives it just enough grit to keep a braid or updo intact.

  • Fix accidental product overload

If you accidentally went overboard with the sprays or serums, spritz some dry shampoo onto your roots to mop up some of the excess. Let it absorb for a few minutes while you finish getting ready and brush it out before you go.

Do you have any more magic tricks you use dry shampoo for?

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