Is Dry Shampoo Any Good?

Dry ShampooThere is an upsurge in the use of dry shampoo at present. For those not familiar with the concept of dry shampoo, it comes in a spray and is sprayed onto the roots of hair and then combed through, leaving the hair clean afterwards.

Growing numbers of women are eschewing the familiar ritual of daily hair washing for the much more convenient dry shampoo which only needs to be applied once a week. It is easy to see the attraction of this method and though it looks like a throwback to many years ago, and an anachronism in our modern high-tech world, it is gaining converts in ever increasing numbers. According to Boots, in an article in the Times newspaper, sales of dry shampoo are up 45% from the previous year.

Dry shampoos have come on enormously in recent years and help to volumise and de-grease hair. Marry this to the convenience of being able to stay in bed a little longer in the morning and it is only logical that it is a winning formula.

Celebrity fans of dry shampoo are rumoured to include Miuccia Prada, the renowned fashion designer and head of the famous fashion house which bears her family name.


One Response to “Is Dry Shampoo Any Good?”

  1. karen dalton on September 28th, 2009 7:41 pm

    i have used it and i think its great and all 3 fragances smell great,I have long dark hair and within 6 hours of washing it starts to go greasy especially my fringe,Its great as im not spending alot of time washing my hair and styling it every day