September 27, 2011

Dry Shampoo by TRESemme

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TRESemmé for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Not sure if you're like me, but I do not wash my hair every day, in fact I don't really like to wash it at all. On top of wash time, there is blow-dry time, and then style time and *poof* there goes 2 hours out of my already busy day. I would much rather spend that time being productive or playing with the kids. But somehow, the older I am getting and the more responsibilities I take on, the oilier my hair is becoming. It demands to be washed at least every other day, lest I look like I just crawled out of an alleyway to run my errands.

So the point I am getting by sharing a little TMI with you, is that I am so happy to have discovered dry shampoo a few years ago. It totally cuts out the greasiness and lets me carry on with my busy life. And now to find out that TRESemme will be offering their full line of TRESemmé Fresh Start Dry Shampoo is just awesome because it will be available at drugstores!

It is a great product not only for absorbing excess oil and removing odor, but also for whenever your style needs a quick boost and lets you skip a day of shampooing - no water needed! And it leaves your hair smelling like citrus - clean and fresh! The full line of products includes formulas for Strengthening, Volumizing, Moistuizing and Smoothing too.

 So let me tell you a little bit about how Dry Shampoo works and how to use it.

- Shake well before use and in between sprays

- Lift sections of dry hair and spray directly at the roots (do not use like hair spray!)

- Leave in for 1-2 minutes

- Use your fingertips or a brush to distribute the product throughout your hair

- If the nozzle becomes clogged, remove and rinse with warm water

You can view a tutorial right here to see the correct procedure to use - I definetly recommend checking it out because she is giving away a $500 gift card to Target! Awesome!

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1 comment:

Sharon Field / Created By You said...

Wow... great tips! I remember dry shampoo from many years ago, sounds as though this product has evolved. Like you, I just don't have time for all the fru fru stuff!! Will have to check this out!