Whether you’re shower-free at a festival or just need a post-Pilates refresh (a spritz under your fringe works wonders), dry shampoo is the multi-tasking hair product that has a firm place in our make-up bags. ‘There are many ways to use dry shampoo. It works as a texturiser, it gives that lived-in effect to a fresh ‘do, and it adds volume to fine hair when sprayed into roots,’ says Francesco de Chiara, colourist at John Frieda Salons.As well as using it between washes to tackle greasy hair, dry shampoo is also the messy bun’s best friend. Simply spritz into roots before styling for an injection of cool girl texture that doubles up as helpful grip to keep your top knot in place all day long. It’s brilliant as an overnight treatment too. Before bed, use a generous amount, massage in, and wear your hair up in a loose bun or braid for bouncy, clean-feeling hair come sunrise. Most new-gen dry shampoos promise zero white residue but if you notice traces of product in your hair, don’t fret. Living Proof’s Global Creative Director Michael Shaun Corby has this clever hack: ‘Use a bristle brush to remove excess powder, or use a hairdryer on the lowest heat setting to easily remove stubborn residue.’Check out our edit of the best dry shampoos for fresher locks with minimal effort.
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