Two ex­perts weigh in on the topic...

Hair - - Hair Debate -

Dry sham­poo is re­ally a work­able op­tion to quickly fix a bad hair day. It works nicely and from a stylist’s point of view, it gives me hold and adds tex­ture to the hair for styling and struc­tur­ing. How­ever, there are a few pros and cons at­tached to it. There is no doubt that it makes the hair dry; it feels a lit­tle like hay. Apart from that, it’s lit­tle ex­pen­sive and there­fore adds to your beauty regime spending. How­ever, it also has its ad­van­tages. It has longevity; de­pend­ing on your hair type, you can go two to three days with­out wash­ing your hair and dry sham­poo can help you to go even longer than that. It saves time—a cou­ple of sprays and you’re good to go. Other than giv­ing your hair a lift, it also smells good and so you can han­dle smelly scalp is­sue too. Need­less to say dry sham­poo is a boon for peo­ple who exercise reg­u­larly as it takes away the has­sle of wash­ing hair ev­ery day. Just some dry sham­poo in your roots and your hair rou­tine for the day is sorted. Deepak Jha­lan Cre­ative Hair­styl­ist & Ed­u­ca­tor Noth­ing can be a good re­place­ment for a freshly washed hair. Dry sham­poo is great for those who are on-the-go like stu­dents, fre­quent trav­ellers, peo­ple with busy rou­tine etc. It is also a great op­tion for peo­ple with oily scalp as it gives an in­stant dry lift along with vol­ume. It also saves a lot of time. If you like to blow-dry or heat style your hair, it helps to style bet­ter. How­ever, I don’t rec­om­mend its use on reg­u­lar ba­sis. It’s not rec­om­mended for dry scalp as it may lead to dan­druff and itchy scalp in some cases. If the right prod­uct is not used it can make hair look dusty. I would say that one must in­vest in a good dry sham­poo but only after re­search­ing about it and the brand. Milly kong­wang Owner, Flirty Scis­sors

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