How many of us are busy moms?
I know that a lot of us are busy trying to balance our time between family, friends, church, and jobs.
Even though I'm a stay at home mom, I find that between my blogging and etsy shop, along with the responsibilities of being a mother, I don't often have as much time to get ready in the mornings before our whirlwind days begin.
I have to admit that the thing that I dislike doing the most is my hair. Since I have a shorter cut, it needs to be dried in layers and sometimes I just wish I could do it faster.
Dry shampoo is all the rage right now. It allows you to revive your hair from the previous day and night's sleep without using regular shampoo and water. Perfect for those days you're trying to save a little time! This shampoo is formulated to absorb excess oils and remove any odors so that your hair is feeling just as fresh and clean as if you had washed it normally.
If you haven't used dry shampoo before, here are a few tips:
- shake the can vigorously before use and in between sprays
- lift sections of hair and spray at the roots
- don't spray it all over as if you were using hair spray
- spray in short bursts, holding the can 8-12 inches from your head
- leave it in for 1-2 minutes
- use your fingertips or a brush to districbute the shampoo evenly
- for clogged nozzles, remove the nozzle and run it under some warm water before reattaching
The full line includes something for every hair type:
Volumizing Dry Shampoo
Strengthening Dry Shampoo
Smoothing Dry Shampoo
Moisturizing Waterless Foam
With my thin hair, and shorter cut, you can bet I'd be grabbing for the volumizing one! I'm pretty sure this could come in handy this winter after I have my baby and won't be wanting to spend much time getting ready after a sleepless night.
This is a perfect product for working ladies and moms, and also for gals heading off to school. (Top Hair Products for School)
If you're thinking of giving this a try, be sure to check out this video for first time users.