I know I’m not alone in saying that dry shampoo is one of the most important beauty products of busy lady life (for those of us who have oily hair and care about this kind of thing). Truth be told, I did not need a dry conditioner until after my recent chop. When I was growing my hair out, I would use dry shampoo (this one is my favorite) between washes and add a little Moroccan Oil to the ends when they felt dry. However, I rarely needed to add the oil as I was no longer adding highlights. After cutting my hair above my shoulders and adding more blonde (READ: BLEACHING) my hair, I realized that oil was just not cutting it (hardy-har).
I have thin, straight hair and even though I have a lot of it, my roots become oily even just one day after shampooing. This could have a lot to do with the fact that I am currently working out (as in hair-drenched-in-sweat) 5-6 days a week. Regardless of the reason, my roots are still dirty day after, but my highlighted ends are significantly dryer now, but adding more oil was simply weighing my ends down in a most unflattering way.
I tried a few dry conditioners, and folks, we have a winner. The best dry conditioner is Drybar Detox Dry Conditioner. A quick mist of this stuff on my ends keeps dryness at bay while lifting and giving my strands some much needed bounce and texture.
Get it here.