It's the perfect companion, always at the bottom of your bag when you need it. With it, life is slower, your hair feels lighter, and you take care of yourself and the environment. It is perfect for those days when your hair feels void of life. It washes your hair without water, and just absorbs excess oil on the scalp. But that’s not all. Here are all the advantages of dry shampoo in 5 spritzes.
Whatever life throws at you
It's your any-time saviour: for when you feel your hair is not clean, before an impromptu dinner, after a dance, between interviews, or just for when you are travelling and do not have easy access to water. Just spray and your hair is refreshed.
This will save you time. Your hair will be clean and styled in just 2 minutes instead of 30. Dry shampoo is your best friend during those fast-paced weeks. Save your multi-product hair routine for the weekend.
Increase the volume
Sprayed on at the roots and worked in a little, it adds lovely volume and texture to fine hair. For flat hair, it's a dream! Farrah Fawcett's unforgettable blow-dry at your fingertips.
It gives texture and hold, now is a good time to try new things. Try a simple bun, the dry shampoo will give it a lot of lift. And it will stay put for a long time.
The earth will thank you
Spacing out your shampoos is not only good for your hair and scalp, but also for the environment. Replacing one wash with one dry shampoo application per week saves 500 litres of water per year. A pick-me-up for you, a win for the planet!
Replacing a traditional wash with one dry shampoo per week saves 500 litres of water per year.
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