5 DIY Dry Shampoo Recipes For Every Hair Type and Color
Sometimes, your hair just needs a little extra life.
Styles that fall mid-day can be freshened up with a solid dry shampoo, but let's be real, this magical little product can get pricey. That's why we threw together a list of a few DIY versions for every hair type and color below!
1. Lavender & Peppermint Oil Dry Shampoo
Lavender oil has serious hair-healing properties so THIS dry shampoo is for anyone in need of damage repair. Peppermint oil can also help combat pesky things like dandruff if that's something you struggle with, too.
2. Chamomile & Oats Dry Shampoo
If your hair is a bit on the thin side, THIS dry shampoo recipe is just the thing you need. Chamomile tea is delicious to drink, but it has also been said to promote hair growth and sooth an irritated scalp.
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3. Brunette Dry Shampoo
The only thing to be cautious of when making your own dry shampoo is the color of the powder. If you have darker hair, you'll want to add cocoa powder via THIS recipe to match it to your color. That way, people won't be able to tell you cheated on a hair-washing that day.
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4. Blonde Dry Shampoo
Lighter hair doesn't require any extra darkening powder, so use THIS handy recipe with arrowroot starch, ginger and cinnamon. If you're a redhead, the recipe also tells you what to add to make your hue pop.
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5. Dry Shampoo Spray
Dusting powder on your hair when you're in a hurry isn't always ideal, TBH. For those days, we have THIS nifty dry shampoo spray. The addition of silk powder helps add sheen and moisture to your locks, which is essential for dry or coarse hair.
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