Things You Should Know About Dry Shampoos

There’d be nothing worse when you just got your new blowout yet have to wash it the next day because of your greasy scalp. Thanks to the dry shampoos, we can now keep out blowout days without worrying it going bad within the day due to your oily hair. And apparently, dry shampoos have been around for years, and they’re having their moments right now. These days, thousands of types of dry shampoos are available on shelves, and basically, the entire beauty world is in love with them. In this article, we’re giving you all the things you should know about the dry shampoos in order to help you catch up with the world.

1. What’s a Dry Shampoo?

Unlike normal shampoos or conditioners, dry shampoo, as its name, can be applied to your dry hair. The dry shampoos are claimed to be able to reduce oil, grease, and residues in your hair. You won’t have to wash the dry shampoo out of your hair, and it’s usually applied to your crowns and areas that oils may visibly be collected.

So how exactly does the dry shampoo work? Most dry shampoos use alcohol and other starch-based ingredients so that they can soak up the excess oil buildup and sweat from your strands, thus make your lock look cleaner. Depending on what hair types and texture you have, the dry shampoo can make your hair less greasy. Yet, being called “shampoo” doesn’t make the dry shampoo one. As much as it can disguise the oils and dirt on your tresses, dry shampoo isn’t made with cleansing purposes. In other words, if you use dry shampoo too frequently, you may end up getting an even more itchy and oily scalp.

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2. How to Use Dry Shampoos?

Just like any other beauty tools, applying dry shampoos needs its own technique. Below are the 4 simple steps that you may want to follow when using the dry shampoos:

#Step 1: You want to start with removing all the hair accessories on the hair while holding the shampoo can at least 6 inches away from your crown.

#Step 2: Directly spray a small amount into the roots of your hair.

#Step 3: Use your clean fingertips to gently massage your scalp. You may want to flip your head upside down while you massage the product through your hair lengths to get the best result.

#Step 4: Brush through the hair and style it to your liking.

3. What if You Overused the Dry Shampoos?

A thing you should know about the dry shampoo is that beneficial as it may be, they can be just as fatal when being overused. It’s highly recommended that you use the dry shampoo once to twice a week to keep your lock in its best look and condition. Nevertheless, once you exceed the recommended usage, the dry shampoo can dry out your scalp and even clog the pores on your head, causing dandruff, hair loss, and sometimes pimples on your scalp.

Using dry shampoos before hot styling can also make the strands more vulnerable and easier to get damaged. Moreover, spraying too close to your head can leave the product unevenly distributed and hence leads to caked-on patches on your hair. Most importantly, applying heavy layers of dry shampoo can reverse its original purpose and leave your lock looking lifeless and weighed down, so try not to go overboard with the application when using dry shampoos. Should you happen to accidentally apply too much of the product, try a lightweight serum to the spot and brush out the dry shampoo until it’s completely absorbed.

Another thing to take note of the dry shampoos is that they are not for everyone. Most healthy heads can take dry shampoos, but if you have a severely dry-prone skin or you’re experiencing thinning hair, dry shampoo wouldn’t be a wise choice. If you’re wondering, the product can inflame and clog the hair follicles, thus disrupt your scalp’s shedding cycles.

4. How Often Should You Wash Your Hair?

Even if you’ve already had your dry shampoo, it won’t be a great idea to completely ditch your wet washing routine. The American Academy of Dermatology suggested that those with oily hair should wash it as often as once per day. For people with drier hair texture, it’s best that they get 2-3 hair washes per week.

When washing hair with regular shampoos, concentrate the product on the roots of your hair instead of lathering up the whole length of your head. This will keep your hair from drying out.

Now that we have provided you with things you should know about the dry shampoo, it’s your turn to get the best dry shampoo for yourself. Don’t forget to share your stories in the comment section below. And should you find this article interesting, visit our APO Hair’s website to get more posts like this.

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