dry shampoo can be a little aggressive-- it can seem loud and forceful out of the can, especially when you just woke up and decided you're too tired to wash your hair. but like the friend who always remembers to do call ahead seating at your favorite restaurant-- you're oh so grateful for it.
while most people use dry shampoo to freshen up second-day hair, there's a whole bunch of other ways to use this product. In fact, it can save you time and money. look at you go!
KINKY CAN BE A GOOD THING, BUT NOT WHEN IT COMES TO HAIR ;)
if your hair isn't behaving the way you'd like or you have kinks from having your hair in a ponytail, spray the problem area with some dry shampoo. then, blow-dry the area to create a completely new canvas to work with! heat activates the product and helps smooth the hair the way you want. this tip will make you feel especially #blessed if you have a cowlick or stubborn bangs.
THIS IS BULLSHINE!
shine mist is a tricky product-- use too much and you're screwed. dry shampoo can restore your hair back to normal and add a matte look.
get that messy, bedhead texture everyone seems to be posting about. aim the product at freshly-curled hair and split each curl into two sections to create more separation and volume.
FORGET THE NEIGHBORS, TURN UP THE VOLUME
tip head upside down. spray product onto hair. instant beyoncé.
GIMME DAT NO SLIP-GRIP
bobby pins are no match for dry shampoo. spray where you need the pin to stay and you're good to go.
if you need to build some quick volume while teasing, spray the product into your crown and backcomb to get hair higher than you've ever dreamed possible. nothing is impossible if you believe.
privé dry shampoo is real good. try it. you'll like it.