Ed. Obsession Under $20: The 60-second secret to hallway-ready hair
But then there’s the problem of roots—they can get a bit slick after a day or two without suds, and that’s never cute. So when dry shampoos entered the scene, I was ecstatic. Finally, a spray-on solution that left hair looking clean, plus added a bit of gritty texture (perf for styling) without the chalkiness of using baby powder (an old trick to fix the same sitch).
I even spray dry shampoo on my clean hair sometimes, just because I like the look. But here’s the thing about dry shampoos: they can also make hair look, well, dry. (Shocking, I know.)
Enter dry conditioners. When the got2b Rockin’ It Dry Conditioner landed on my desk, I squealed. This spray combines the texture of dry shampoo with the silkiness of a shine spray. Alone, it works as the easiest-ever way to get locks that look mussed up, but still pretty. And if you’re in need of a real wash—like, after gym class—it layers perfectly over dry shampoo.
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