I am a firm believer in having a great dry shampoo in your beauty rotation. I depend on mine more than any other product I own (for real!) I milk my blowouts for as long as possible, usually going three or four days until my next wash. I work out at least four days a week, so I can't just go on my way with a good brushing. It is so much better for your hair, especially if you dye it like I do, to go as long as possible without washing and heat styling. Dry shampoo is the best tool to help avoid both of these, although I do run the straightener through my hair on days I don't wash it.
I spray a tiny bit of the Living Proof Perfect Hair Day dry shampoo at the roots of my hair in four places: underneath my hair by my ears up to my temple on both sides, the top of my head around the center part, and underneath around the entire top of my forehead. I generally only spray a little bit because it goes a long way with this specific type of dry shampoo. If I am going on day four, I will spray a little bit on the very back of the top of my head as well. I let it sit for 3-5 minutes, then using either my Wet Brush or a soft bristle brush, brush it through until it disappears. I get a little more body out of it when I use the Wet Brush, but the soft bristle makes it disappear faster and more easily.
I am such a huge fan of the Living Proof brand. If you check the Skin Deep Cosmetics Database to see how good or bad a brand is for you, Living Proof falls in the middle, not the red (bad) side. The scent is also amazing, if you're a big fan of things that smell good. Avery always asks what the smell is when I use it, and tells me how much she likes it. There's no more discerning taste than that of a seven year old girl.
You can purchase the full size dry shampoo for $22 or test it out with the travel size for $12. I have both, because I cannot travel without this stuff! Have you tried the LP Dry Shampoo? What do you think?
Thank you for reading and have a fabulous day! -xx