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DIY Dry Shampoos That Will Make You Rethink Your Fave Hair Products

DIY Dry Shampoos That Will Make You Rethink Your Fave Hair Products

Dry shampoos have found a spot for themselves in the beauty regimes of many women today. Ever wondered why it’s become a universal favourite among women? Well, it allows removing the oil secreted from the roots of your hair when your mane isn’t washed for some days, leaving it looking clean and fresh. Most dry shampoos available in the market have chemicals in it. Which is why, we suggest going natural; it is the best option. WODROB has got you a few recipes using which you can make your own chemical-free, au-naturel dry shampoo. If you’ve been wanting to buy one and haven’t got your hands on it yet, you MUST definitely try this home-made dry shampoo recipe to see how it works for you.


 Cornstarch + Baking Soda


In a bowl, mix two tablespoons of cornstarch with 1/4th tablespoon of baking soda. If you want this mixture to smell a little pleasant, add a few drops of (any) essential oil or unsweetened cocoa powder. After you mix these ingredients, store it in an airtight container for future use. Just brush it on your roots every time you’re in need of a hair wash. Ensure you dust off the excess to avoid looking like you have white hair strands.


 Baby Powder


This miracle ingredient has multiple uses — a common one being to get rid of dirt and oils by dusting it on the mane. Baby powder works great as a dry shampoo all by itself. Just take some powder on your palm and rub it gently on greasy roots to make it looking dry. Want it to be lightly scented? Add dried flowers like lavender or rose petals to the powder mixture and leave it for a few days.

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