Dry Shampoo ~ A Little Help for Crazy-Busy Days!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TRESemmé for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

We all have those days – days when there’s way too much on the to-do list and shampooing your hair isn’t even close to being a top priority.  But now you don’t have to look or feel less than your best on those busy days, because now TRESemme’ has a new line of dry shampoos called Fresh Start TRESemmé Fresh Start Dry Shampoo.  They are uniquely formulated to absorb excess oil and remove odor, so they rejuvenate hair without a drop of water!  If you’re a student, then this absolutely should be one of your top hair products for school Top Hair Products for School. There’s a full line of options, and each one is infused with citrus extracts to leave hair with a fresh, clean scent.  Here are the details:

  • Strengthening Dry Shampoo with B12 and keratin helps strengthen hair and leaves it full of body.
  • Volumizing Dry Shampoo, with mineral clay and citrus, removes oil while injecting hair with volume.
  • Smoothing Dry Shampoo, with vitamin H and silk proteins refreshes your straight style by removing excess oil, impurities, and odor.
  • Moisturizing Waterless Foam Shampoo has witch hazel, aloe vera, and citrus, and removes excess oil, impurities, and odor while moisturizing your hair.

Here are a few tips for getting the best results when using dry shampoos:

  • Shake container vigorously before use and in between spry bursts for best results.
  • Lift sections of hair and spray lightly at roots
  • Spray in short bursts, holding container 8-12 inches from head – not like hairspray (all over and continuously)
  • Leave in for 1-2 minutes.
  • Use fingertips or a brush to distribute product evenly
  • If clogging occurs, remove nozzle and rinse under warm water, then reattach.

There’s even a You Tube tutorial with Elle Fowler  to teach you how to use it properly – check it out!

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One thought on “Dry Shampoo ~ A Little Help for Crazy-Busy Days!”

  1. Have you ever tried a dry shampoo? I have. Ok, it was a long, long, Long time ago. But the end result was that my hair looked like it had powder in it. Not white powder, but clumped up (I guess oil absorbing) darker powder that refused to come out easily. I’m hoping years of technology and study have led to a better product. :0

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