The dry shampoo It is not something that ticks everyone. It promises many things: to refresh the mane in seconds, absorb excess fat from the root, replace hair washing in emergencies … But at the moment of truth many dry shampoos leave hair too matte, caked, sticky and scouring. To disappoint our hair thirsty for lightness, shine and movement, the feeling of clean hair is more imaginary than real.
The key to everything that promises a dry shampoo being real really depends on two things: the formula of the shampoo and the way to apply it. In the case of the formula, it is best if it contains absorbent ingredients – such as super fine mineral starch or rice starch powder– but in the precise quantity to absorb excess fat without drying out.
Keep in mind that the scalp, like the skin of the face, is covered by a thin film of natural sebum (lipid mantle) that should be respected so that it is keep hydration and juicy touch. Dry shampoo Perfect Hair Day by Living Proof it has the ideal amount of absorbents. "Instantly removes dirt, oil, sweat and odor", they say on the mark. "It works for all hair tones because it does not leave dust or white residue."