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When you don’t have time to fully shampoo your hair, you could use baby powder - but why risk leaving white residue in your ...
hair when you could use a dry shampoo instead? Throw this in your gym bag, office drawer or backseat to keep your hair smelling fresh and looking clean no matter where you are and where you’ve been.
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Annie: Today we’re going to talk about dry shampoo. Hi, it’s Annie from Bella Sugar and this is my friend Sabrina. Sabrina: Hi. Annie: I have coarse here in to be our guinea pig. So on those days when we don’t want to shampoo and you’re really busy or maybe you went to the gym theoretically, because I don’t. What you need is dry shampoo, some people will just say just go buy some baby powder and put it on your head. It soaks up the grease, it might do that but the problem is you look like Mozart. It’s not so cute. Instead I like the kind of dry shampoo that sprays about like this one. What’s great about it is that it will take away any kind of smoke smells from bars or if you just come from the gym and your hair is like a little greasy, soaks at right up. So you look like you have a brand new hair style in about seven seconds. Gee! Your hair smells terrific. Sabrina: Thanks. Annie: See you next time, stay beautiful.