While I was at Sephora on Friday (after I snagged my new goodies), the brand CLEAN caught my eye. I'm using their deodorant, which is available at the end of April 2011, and I absolutely love it. It's Aluminum Parabens free, absorbs well (read: sweats like a pig) and has a crisp cotton scent. Anyway, I saw CLEAN products sitting on the shelf at Sephora and had to see what was new with the brand. I spotted their dry shampoo. I turned to my friend who accompanied me and said, "Oh, look! I love this brand! Hm. I didn't know they carried dry shampoo."
"I want to try dry shampoo! E wants to try it also because she has curly hair..." she said.
I responded, "Well, is it OK for our hair texture?"
"I don't know. I was wondering that too..."
"I'll ask my hair dresser and get back to you."
I then emailed Ron (you guys remember Ron, right?) to see what he had to say about dry shampoo:
Dry Shampoo can be a real benefit in certain situations. If a person is ill and is unable to wash their hair or water is not advisable, because of injury or surgery. It can also be used as a treatment for excessively oily hair. Here is the tricky part, when dry hair is shampooed too often or has been chemically treated, harsh shampoo can make hair prone to further damage. Dry shampoo can be an alternative if a person decides they want to maintain the light airy feel of a current style. I suggest that people should consult a professional to determine if they are a candidate for dry shampoo .i.e texture, dry/oily, natural or chemically treated.
Well, there you have it! We CAN use dry shampoo dark berries! However, just check with your hair dresser and see if you can use dry shampoo. I'm going to try some soon--err, after I talk to Ron--and keep you guys posted... obviously.
Do you use dry shampoo?