Some people are wine connoisseurs, others are ice cream aficionados, and my friends, I know my dry shampoo. I’ve tried over 30 brands in all formulas: the mists, the sprays, and my personal favorite- the powder. Each brand promises magical results, but often fall short of commercial quality hair: shiny, volumized, and blowing in the hypothetical wind. Lately, there’s only one brand I’ve been obsessed with and it’s cleared out my entire supply of other dry shampoo bottles.
I first got the Aveda Shampure in a PR box at some point a few years ago. It took a while for me to get it out of the box, but when I finally tried it- I never looked back. The Shampure formula is a bit different compared to the formula’s that I previously used. The little green bottle is comprised of a white powder substance that that is designed to absorb oil instantly.
I know what you are thinking, unless you have Khaleesi white hair, the idea of using a tacky white powder shampoo on dirty hair sounds like a train-wreck waiting to happen. In fact, companies like Batiste have designed products specifically for dark hair that we’ve all bought into. But from experience, I know that the product will in fact dissolve. Trust me ladies.
HOW TO USE IT
You will, in fact, have to use more product than you think. This is a fact, but not a deal-breaker. The Aveda Shampure bottle is filled with product and will last you a long time. The best way to use a powder dry shampoo is to part your hair in the center and then work it into the roots of your hair. Continue to part your hair in small sections to the right and to the left while massaging the powder at the top of your hair. Check out the post below and swipe to see it in action!
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Swipe 👉🏽 on the next TWO frames to see magic happen ✨ ✨ I hate washing my hair (ladies are you with me? 🙋🏻♀️) so I live for my dry shampoo. I feel like I talk about it all the time, so I finally wanted to show you how I use it! This is on third day hair and I’m using the @aveda shampure and guys, I seriously think it’s the best one out there. #notsponsored Which dry shampoo do you swear by??