3 Tricks To Make Dry Shampoo Work Better

Make the most of every spritz for fresher, cleaner hair

Dry shampoos are a godsend when your hair's greasy and gross and you don't have access to a shower for a much-needed hair wash.

And the fact is that in hot and sunny Singapore, greasy hair is a real problem. That's why we're sharing our dry shampoo hacks, plus our top dry shampoo picks, right here.

TIP #1: DON'T SPRITZ ON WET OR SWEATY HAIR.
Dry shampoos have ingredients to sop up grease, not moisture. You'll need your hair to be dry, otherwise, the dry shampoo will be hampered by the sweat and moisture and can't work to get rid of the grease.

TIP #2: SPRAY STRATEGICALLY.
Part your hair and spray directly at the roots section by section. Leave for five minutes to let it work it's grease-sopping magic. And finally brush out the excess with a natural bristle brush. This brushing is crucial to get rid of any telltale sign of white residue.

TIP #3: REFRAIN FROM TOUCHING YOUR HAIR.
Hands off, once you have sprayed on the dry shampoo. This is because your hands and fingers might be contributing more icky muck to your hair and ruining that dry shampoo fresh hair effect you've worked so hard to get.


WE'RE LOVING THESE DRY SHAMPOOS!

L-R: Sephora Express Dry Shampoo, $10; Marc Anthony 2nd Day Clear Dry Shampoo, $24.90, from Watsons; Rahua Voluminous Dry Shampoo, US$46 for 51g, from Net-a-porter.com; Phil Smith Revitalising Dry Shampoo, $22, from Sephora; Percy & Reed Mini No Fuss Fabulousness Dry Shampoo, $14 for 50ml, from Sephora; Toni & Guy Cleanser Dry Shampoo, $10.90 for 75ml.




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