Salon Grafix, an invisible dry shampoo to try
Stylists say it’s not a good idea to wash your hair every day. Strips oil and even color. Maybe that’s why dry shampoos are coming on strong. Or maybe it’s just because women are busier these days and they don’t want to take the time to wash and style their hair daily.
Oh, sure, women with oily hair may have to shampoo more often, but for the rest of us, a little dry shampoo may do the trick. It’s practical and inexpensive, and if it frees women up for an hour so every day, that’s a good thing.
Powdered or dry shampoos are no new invention; they have actually been around since the 1970s. Traditional “wet” shampoo cleans your hair and scalp of a variety of dead skin cells and natural oils called sebum which accumulate around your hairs roots throughout the course of a day. Dry shampoos, which usually have a base of talc, cornstarch, potato or rice, soak up rather than wash away sebum. Then when you brush the powder out of your hair, you also brush away the grungy appearance.
Because dry shampoos do not rid your hair of as much sebum, you can safely use them once or several times between traditional washings. In the past ,dry shampoos, although effective, would leave behind an undesirable white powdery residue. Then these products evolved and started to come in a variety of colors to match your hair. You have to be careful with these, though. Get too spray happy and the power can end up your forehead. Not a good look.
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