Actually dry shampoo is not a shampoo. It is a powder that you apply to the hair, which absorbs the oils from the scalp and hair. When you brush briskly, you achieve cleaner looking and feeling hair. It is not a substitute for regular washing because when you use dry shampoo before or after gym it does not actually clean hair.
So how does dry shampoo work? It reduces the stickiness of the oily hydration of the hair through absorption, thus producing more volume and making it look and feel more refreshed. It is ideal to use in a small amount when there is no time to wash and dry, for example, after training in the gym, when you are traveling or camping or after a visit to the beach. Some dry shampoos contain fragrance to neutralize doors.
The real secret to achieving results
For those who have tried dry shampoo for workout and consider that this experience is not recommended, it is important to keep in mind some tricks when using it.
First, applying the powder to your hair requires a bit of dexterity. It is essential that you apply it and distribute it evenly throughout your hair. Prevent lumps of powder from forming when you spread or spray it on your hair. Trying to match the locks with a regular brush can be tricky and require excessive brushing that can cause stress and damage the locks and scalp.
Hold the container of dry shampoo about 8 inches or more away from your scalp as you apply it. This will cause the powder to spread out and fall more evenly on your hair. Also, be careful not to use large amounts.
Second, use a vibrating bristle massager brush such as the Conair Hair Remedy Dry Shampoo Brush to disperse the powder evenly on the scalp and towards the roots. Vibrating bristles distribute dry shampoo evenly throughout hair with minimal effort while gently massaging the scalp for a stress-reducing and relaxing experience. It is best not to use your fingers to spread the powder on your hair because your hands can add the oiliness of the skin to the hair which will make it worse.
Third, don’t make beginner mistakes! For example, holding the container too close to your head while applying the powder, applying a large amount, and not massaging the powder into your hair and scalp enough until it disappears. It is in instances like these that the Conair Hair Remedy brush can come in handy. It does most of the work and you get a relaxing scalp massage at the same time.