How To Banish Smelly Hair In 3 Easy Steps

You can finally go to a food court for lunch without fear

Step 1: Spray a generous amount of dry shampoo all over your hair in sections. Leave for 5 minutes.
17 Jun 2016

Step 1: Spray a generous amount of dry shampoo all over your hair in sections. Leave for 5 minutes.

(L-R): Rahua Voluminous Dry Shampoo, US$36, from Net-a-porter.com; Phil Smith Revitalising Dry Shampoo, $22, from Sephora; Percy & Reed No Fuss Fabulousness Dry Shampoo, $26, from Sephora; Toni&Guy Toni&Guy Cleanse Dry Shampoo, $10.90, from Watsons; Sephora Express Dry Shampoo, $10; Batiste Fresh Cool & Crisp Dry Shampoo, $11.90, from Watsons; Marc Anthony 2nd Day Clear Dry Shampoo, $24.90, from Watsons.

Step 2: Blast hair with a hairdryer for a minute to get rid of any tell-tale signs of dry shampoo.
17 Jun 2016

Step 2: Blast hair with a hairdryer for a minute to get rid of any tell-tale signs of dry shampoo.

(L-R): Philips 1400W Salon Essential Foldable Hairdryer, $29; Tefal HV-3312M0 Hair Dryer, $39.90, from Harvey Norman.

Step 3: Mist on a little hair fragrance to perfume your locks.
17 Jun 2016

Step 3: Mist on a little hair fragrance to perfume your locks.

(L-R): DIOR Miss Dior Hair Mist, $70; Sachajuan Protective Hair Perfume, $98, from Sephora.sg; Chanel Chance Eau Fraiche Hair Mist.

We love food smells as much as the next foodie - but not when they permeate our hair. You know the feeling: You’ve had a satisfying lunch, only to have it ruined by your tresses reeking of frying-pan grease for the rest of the afternoon, as you sit stuck at your desk only too aware that everyone who passes is getting a whiff of it too.

Well, s***w that - here’s a three-step solution to getting your mane smelling terrific again. Your colleagues can thank us later.

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