Master the art of dry shampoo
DONE RIGHT, THIS SECRET WEAPON WILL BUY YOU
TIME ( AND HAVE YOUR HAIR LOOKING FAB).
An easy mistake: ending up with a cloud of powder on top of your head. Prevent this by grabbing fourinch sections of hair, starting just above your ear. Hold the can eight inches away and spritz your scalp. (We used Orlando Pita Play Instant Boost in Dark Tone, $22; orlandopita play.com). Repeat until you reach your other ear.
Here’s where a little elbow grease comes in. For the powders to work their magic and absorb dirt and oil, you have to thoroughly massage the dry shampoo into your roots and scalp. Spread your fingers and, using your fingertips, rub your crown. It will feel nice and distribute the formula; plus, it’ll give second-day hair some lift.
Holding a boarbristle brush, like Harry Josh Pro Tools Premium Oval Brush ($50; derm store.com), underneath your hair, comb from roots to ends to blend any residue while preserving volume. Brush the top of your hair to tame flyaways. P.S.
While these steps will help you skip shampoos, washing is key for healthy strands.