No, I am not talking about drinks, silly goose! I am talking about shampoo, the dry version. Over the past couple of years, dry shampoo has become popular.
Every day shampooing robs your hair of oils.
Dry shampooing allows you to spray & go.
However, one word of caution, do not spray too much on. Doing so creates a white powder, looking like dandruff.
I have experienced 3 different brands:
Dove leaves a clean & fresh scent, not very much residue. This dry shampoo is rather expensive. A woman I know of uses this dry shampoo religiously. Her hair is beautiful. She gave me a bottle to use after I had complimented her on her hair. Thus, my search for the best dry shampoo.
Freeman I found to not be very good, although a good name-brand. I was very disappointed, as I found styling to be difficult after spraying on. I could be wrong though, as I grabbed the only 2 bottles left on the store shelf. Others may have better results?
Suave I found to be the cheapest dry shampoo & the best at what a dry shampoo is supposed to do.
I was given my bottle for free, but the cost sticker was still on. Thus, I know what the cost was. No residue. Easy to style.
Give dry shampoo a chance. You might find your hair to get shinier & to get healthier.