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I'm not just confusing my hair, I'm a direct first parent. It does not go near the iron, can not touch non-evaporating silicones, so help me God, do not get washed more than once a week.
A rare hair wash plan is the only thing that keeps my hair out and crumbling out along the shaft before drying. The problem, however, is that on the third day she lubricates me like an oil spill from BP. What can I say? I still love her.
On paper, any old dry shampoo should solve the problem, but finding powders for shake spray to find one that delivers can feel like a Goldilocks pursuit.
Batiste Dry Shampoo, Bare, It turns out, is my righteous re-zhuzher.
This green can with aerosol powder does what I always hoped for a dry shampoo, but after years of trying it did not think it would be possible ̵
A controlled combination of starch and alcohol (not so much that it dries me out) is distributed in my roots and miraculously leaves no residue. The effect is a bit scary, because although I know I just sprayed rice starch through my hair, I can not leave any powder behind. So many dry shampoos fail. Whether it's aerosol or shake-on, the leftover powder sits right where it lands and picks up some excess sebum on my scalp. My roots feel thick with a powder-oil mixture. A different kind of dirt than before, but still a dirty feeling.
Batiste's dry shampoo & # 39; diet & # 39; – a lighter formula than the original product – makes me feel like I'm running out of a double-shampooed, deeply conditioned body salon appointment, but without the added burdens of my curls.
Besides, after a short finger comb through my dark brown hair, I do not see the powder at all. As a brunette, it was harder for me to find my unicorn dry shampoo, because the content is either full on white, which makes me look like an extra in The Favorite, or brown that stains my forehead and the middle part in the most unnatural way. The translucent rice strength of Batiste Bare blends positively with the invisibility. (Related: This in-shower treatment is my secret for glasses of hair)
I will go with you to the same level and admit that this product is not perfect, although it is near I suppose that to it tends to run fast – even before the bottle is empty. I understand what happens is that the compressed alcohol in the dry shampoo is depleted first and the powder stays in the body without a vehicle reaching the scalp. (Related: The Best 12 Protein Treatments for Stronger, Healthier Hair)
Still, it works so well that I buy it from case to case instead of switching to a less durable bottle. Economically the decision stops. A six-pack of Batiste Dry Shampoo, Bare, costs just $ 28 ($ 4.60 per bottle), while a bottle of the often-praised Klorane Dry Shampoo costs $ 20. With the batiste you get 1.24 ounces more for every dollar you spend, and to be honest, a better product.
Buy this stylist-in-a-can dry shampoo from Amazon for only $ 28.