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Here's How to Do the Most With Your Dry Shampoo

August 17, 2020

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Washing hair in the morning? Ain’t nobody got time for that! Get fresh and bouncy hair instantly without the worry of hitting the snooze button one too many times. Section hair, spray towards the scalp, then, massage the product in for maximum freshness and vitality! Our special formula not only has highly effective oil absorbing properties, but it also restores your hair’s natural body and volume. Whether you’re a busy gal or a lazy gal, the Dirty Gal Dry Shampoo can transform your hair from drab to fab. Just shake and spray! For our baes looking to do the most with your dry shampoo, read on for every way our latest liquid will upgrade your hair care game!

Keeps Your Hair Color

Cracking open a can of dry shampoo will keep your hair from losing anymore color than it already has! Shampooing too often can fade out your hair faster, so it’s better to embrace your inner grease ball and just skip out on as many wash days as you can. And when you’re really ready to give your hair a good rinse, make sure to use a shampoo that's color-safe like all of our 12-in-1 shampoos.

Get a Boost of Volume 

Our Dirty Gal Dry Shampoo doubles as a volumizing spray giving your hair the right amount of drama while getting rid of all your grease. Anytime you're out of your favorite texturizing spray, just reach over, grab a can, and give your roots a good spritz. It'll give you just as great of a hold as any hair spray.

Maintain Your Moisture Levels 

Using dry shampoo isn’t just a lazy girl hack, it’s also a great way to make your strands stronger over time! Shampooing to get rid of excess oil will dry your hair out and stress out your strands. Spraying some dry shampoo to your tresses instead of jumping into your shower every time oil shows up will keep your hair's moisture levels on lock and breakage at bay.