How I Use Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoo is a hair savior. In it’s most basic usage, it masks oil from your hair and extends your blowout. But there’s so much more to it than making day 3 hair look fresh. I’m sharing the ways I use HASK dry shampoo which you might not have thought of before. HASK has released 4 new dry shampoos this year: Argan, Coconut, Charcoal, and Chia Seed. I love HASK products (you can see my shampoo review HERE), especially since they are made with no sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten and artificial colors. Mine is the coconut dry shampoo, and it smells so amazing. HASK products are available at Ulta Beauty – you can check out these dry shampoos listed below:

  • Argan Dry Shampoo HERE
  • Coconut Dry Shampoo HERE
  • Charcoal Purifying Dry Shampoo HERE
  • Chia Seed Volumizing Dry Shampoo HERE

Hold My Curls

I’m not a huge fan of hairspray. Personally, the smell does affect my sensitivity to migraines, and I find that it often leaves my hair undesirably stiff. Dry shampoo is a great alternative to hairspray as it does contain some holding power. It’s a natural, flexible hold that’s appropriate for everyday style and does not leave your hair crunchy. Just spray the product into your curls, shake it out, and done!

Add Volume to a Ponytail

While my hair is naturally voluminous, for some reason in a ponytail it falls flat. Because dry shampoo is intended to add volume, I use it to add interest to my pony tail. First, I section my ponytail and apply dry shampoo. Then, I tease the hair by the hair band. The ponytail is then finished off by wrapping a small amount of hair around the band and securing it with a spin pin.

Do you have any unique uses for dry shampoo? If so, comment below!

Check out HASK and HASK dry shampoo on Instagram HERE.


HASK provided me with this product for the purpose of the review. All opinions shared are my own.

Hask Dry Shampoo

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