There is a lot of information out there on social media about the different ingredients that supposedly stimulate hair growth, but when I looked into many of them I learned that there isn’t science to back up a lot of these ingredients. If I’m going to add something to my routine, I want to make sure it will work so I don’t end up wasting time or money. I don’t want you to waste yours either.
There are a few different reasons why you might interested in the best alternatives to dry shampoo.
1) You’ve heard some worrying news about a dry shampoo recall and a chemical called benzene,
2) You’re want something with less grit of traditional dry shampoo products,
3) You’re in a pinch and want to know if any household products will work.
Hair masks are generally deeply moisturizing, so it would seem a hair mask might make an oily hair situation worse! Luckily, there are ways to use moisturizing masks to your benefit even if you have an oily scalp, and there are other masks which are meant to soak up oil and can therefore stop excessive oil production.
A two-inch barrel is the same size as a round brush, which makes it perfect for a loose, blown out look. If you have long-hair, your hair will more easily fit around the barrel which also means you can get those loose curls faster as you can apply heat to more of your hair at once.