Need to skip a few washes? Dry shampoo is the ticket! And making it at home is fairly simple. Follow today's easy DIY for hair that looks fresh and clean (even when it's not).
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Now, there are plenty of tricks to making your blow-dry last this Spring, but when in doubt, twist your hair into a high topknot for your gym session. When you're done, make sure to spritz your hairline with a dry shampoo, such as Klorane Gentle Dry Shampoo ($12.99). Work it into your hair with your fingertips, and then brush it out completely. You'll look just as royal as Kate Middleton . . . well, at least close to it.
We've already revealed the secret to creamy, milky blonde locks; and now we're moving onto brunettes. If you dye your hair brown, chances are you're already a lighter or darker version naturally, so all of these products will work in your favour. The trick to having enviable brown hair is the richness in colour and glossy shine you can create with proper maintenance and care. Colour locking shampoos are good, but then why go and turn your hair a weird shade of grey with regular dry shampoo? Colour depositing shampoos are also your friend, along with hair accessories that create volume. Everyone loves a bouncy brunette. . .
We're delving into all things hair this week, to help you get out of that Winter hair slump. If you're anything like us, you'll walk into Priceline for some dry shampoo and come out $100 poorer and with a cool loot of new products you didn't know you needed, but totally do. When it comes to haircare, the abundance of choice can be a tad overwhelming, so we thought you might like to see what everyone else is buying. To see Priceline's best-selling hair products (and shop them!), come with us.
Oh Spring, you magical beast you. You've got us all smiley and happy — so much so that we didn't even wear a jacket to work today! We're all busy planning our Summer holidays and all that "research" about tropical islands, sun, sand and the all important Cocktail List, has slowly found its way not only into our fashion cupboards, but our beauty ones, too. Tropical beauty is as fresh and delicious as it sounds, with yummy ingredients like monoï and coconut topping the list. Then there's names like Tiki and Hibiscus that just make us feel plain happy. Let's go, beautiful.
A new month brings a new crop of exciting new products to try, and October is especially so. Why we hear you ask? Because it involves real gold top coat and the ability to smell like Blake Lively! Add to that our new favourite trend, turquoise eyes, and dry shampoo specially formulated for oily scalps. It's like they read our minds! Spring is here so there's no better time to try a new lipgloss, and one of our favourite's is now available in six new shades. More of a matte lipstick girl? Burberry Beauty has a new one called Lip Velvet. It's almost too delicious. Click through.
Dry shampoo may still be a mystery to some, but for stylists (and beauty editors) this product is a hair essential. Women battling oily hair, limp strands, and just plain low on time could find relief. Don't miss out on all this superstar product has to offer. Learn five ways to bring dry shampoo into your daily styling routine after the jump.
A staple in all of our bathroom cabinets, dry shampoo is great for increasing the life of your blow-dry, freshening up your hair after the gym or adding a bit of gritty texture if you're trying to style freshly-washed baby-soft strands. In short, it's a life saver. But with so many options out there, which recent release is the best? Well that's for you to decide. Will you pick Lush No Drought, a citrus-scented powder that you apply directly to roots, KMS California HAIRPLAY Makeover Spray which uses rice powder to absorb excess oil, TONI&GUY Dry Shampoo promises no white residue but plenty of volume and texture, John Frieda Luxurious Volume Anytime Volume Refresher which harnesses the power of Oryza rice starch to refresh without weighing hair down, Redken Powder Refresh 01 which is great for correcting over-use of product as well as making your style last longer, Cedel Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair, an Australian-made cornstarch formulation designed specifically for dark hair or Not Your Mother’s Clean Freak Refreshing Dry Shampoo which leaves hair with a lightweight matte finish. How will you vote?