Grease, be gone! Dry shampoo tips for rush refreshing
There’s nothing worse than waking up in the morning to find your roots caked in grease, with no time to give your hair a proper wash in the shower. But now, with a new dry shampoo hitting the shelves on an almost daily basis, refreshing your hair in a rush has never been easier.
One name that has become almost synonymous with dry shampoo over the years is Batiste. Gone are the days of just one product on the market from this company, as they now have a host of options for a variety of hair types and colours.
They also come in handy handbag sizes, making them the perfect choice for getting rid of grease on the go. Among their most popular options are Batiste Dry Shampoo Fresh - Cool & Crisp, a delicious smelling spray which will make your hair feel as fresh as if you’ve just stepped out the shower – and their Batiste Stylist Oomph My Locks XXL Volume Spray, which does exactly what it says on the can.
One of the downsides of using dry shampoo can be the white residue that is sometimes left. But CoLab’s Sheer and Invisible avoids this faux pas, thanks to its barely-there light spray. It also comes in a choice of six fragrances and is available in mini sizes – perfect for the upcoming festival season. The collection was created by model Ruth Crilly, whose international success means she knows a thing or two about staying refreshed on the move. For those of us with fine, limp hair, their Extreme Volume Range features a spray infused with extreme plumping powder to give locks a boost.
Amika’s Perk Up Dry Shampoo is also a good option for those with fine hair, as it manages to cleanse the hair without weighing it down. It also contains the rare Sea Buckthorn Berry (Obliphica) which helps leave tresses soft and manageable – what a bonus!
For those brunettes looking to cover greys while also giving tresses a boost, look no further than label.m’s Brunette Dry Shampoo. This enables the user to cover any glistening silver strands, while also absorbing any grease and dirt that leaves the hair weighed down. It has become a cult classic among beauty fans, and even though it’s at the pricier end of the dry shampoo market, it’s well worth the extra pennies.