DIY: Dry shampoo

Got grease hair but running late and no time to wash your hair? Don’t you worry! Here is an amazing dry shampoo for blonde & brunette hair which won’t take much time and within a few minutes, you will have smooth oil-free hair. 

Ingredients:

6-10 Drops essential oil, lavender or lemon

2 Tbsp Corn Starch

2 Tbsp Rice flour

2 Tbsp Arrowroot Powder

2 Tbsp Cocoa Powder (If you’ve got brown, red or black hair)

Method:

Mix everything together and store it in some container or Salt n Pepper shakers.

How to Apply?

If you’re using salt n pepper shakers just sprinkle it or lightly dab a clean makeup brush into the powder, or you can use your fingers. Dab the dry shampoo mixture in the parted hair. Shake and rub the powder into the hair and scalp. Create a new part in the hair, and repeat the same steps. Continue dabbing the powder into the roots until your hair has a fresh look.

Tip: In summer use dry shampoo at night to absorb excess oil & sweat by morning.

Now no more worry about grease hair right? Try it and come back to give me your feedback in the comment section down below. I’m waiting… Also, leave a comment down below if you have any request. EVAMAUDE

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