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Friday, September 26, 2014

Freshen Up Friday

A few years back when I made my first mission's trip, I doubted there would be accessibility to daily showering, so I looked into purchasing my first ever can of Dry Shampoo.  It was a handy item on that trip, because my inclination was correct!

Since then, I've learned that mission trips aren't the only time one should substitute a spray for a the real deal of washing your hair.  The whole process of washing and drying hair is really hard on your hair, and it seems that dry shampoos can even add a boost of volume to your hair, and who doesn't need that?!  Since my hair is short, I need to wash it every other day.  Otherwise, I'd have to sleep standing up!

I found a can of this shampoo on clearance at TJMaxx for $5 - a great deal!


Oscar Blandi - Pronto Dry Shampoo Invisible Spray

I love it because this dry shampoo absorbs excess oil and product build-up without stripping the hair. The formula sprays clear, making it undetectable in any color hair, cleanses without water, and instantly boosts volume.

I brush my hair out, then spray the shampoo on, targeting the roots.  Let it dry a minute or two.  Brush hair.  Proceed with normal styling.

It's great stuff, ladies!  Freshen up your hair and give this great product a try!  You'll also be out the door in half the time on the day you use the dry shampoo!

I have heard that there are other reasonably priced dry shampoos, but haven't tried any others yet.  If you use a different kind that you love, please leave a comment and tell us about it!

I'd love to see you at Boones Creek Bible Church Sunday!

Stay refreshed,

2 comments:

Whitney Pendell said...

I have to wash my hair every day - second day hair is not for me, no matter how much dry shampoo I use. However, I use it every day on my clean hair. I spray in my roots right before I tease and style it - it works perfectly to give my fine hair some "grit."

I use Suave brand, btw!

Denise said...

Extra body on extra clean! Good tip! Thanks!