How To: Create your own Dry Shampoo

Dry Shampoo

Dry Shampoo is great if you have oily hair and you’ll be out late or won’t have access to a shower. Commercial dry shampoos work great but most of them are just Talcum Powder combined with a fragrance—you can use regular Talcum Powder for this How To.

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Step 1

Prepare your New Daily Routine by Putting Talcum Powder into a Jar, easy and quick to use on the go and for early mornings.

Step 2

Understanding the colour. If your hair is Blonde then the Talcum Powder can be used straight away with nothing else added, see Step 3 for ways to do this. If you have dark hair, mix the powder with cocoa powder and for red hair, mix in some cinnamon.

Step 2

To use the Talcum Powder as a Dry Shampoo, Brush Hair and begin to put some Talcum Powder on your hand and begin to sprinkle over hair. If this doesn’t suit you, sprinkle Powder onto your brush and begin to brush into Hair. Gently brush through to distribute the product evenly.

To see more uses of Talcum Powder including How to Thicken Eyelashes, To freshen the Dog and more – See Here.

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PLEASE NOTE: MAKE SURE TO DO PATCH TESTS BEFORE USE.

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