Using Dry Shampoo for Your Bangs

Alyssa François | 24 April 2016

Keep your bangs airy and oil-free.

Keeping up with good fringe is no easy feat, especially as you deal with certain elements like a hot summer day, or an  intense cycling session or maybe even when your hair starts to produce an excessive amount of oil. But, they are so worth it. Afterall, face-framing fringes are your signature look, and boy do you wear them well. They just require some extra attention to keep them looking sharp and on-point. One way to keep them clean and fresh is to use some dry shampoo. This product is the pièce de résistance (if you may) to keep your bangs intact in-between washes. Read on to learn more about using dry shampoo for your bangs:

Using Dry Shampoo To Keep Bangs Fresh

One of the things you may not have realized when you committed to bangs is how they can become annoyingly limp and flat in a heartbeat. Bangs tend to get greasy and oilier than the rest of the hair due to daily styling and frequent adjusting during the day, a.k.a. “hand in hair syndrome.” This can become so distracting and it can feel like you’re having the worst hair day in your life. But don’t let this deter you from keeping up with your style, ever!

A dry shampoo can help to revive bangs without you having to constantly wash your locks. In fact, over washing can be damaging to your strands and can lead to breakage. Many gals opt for washing just their bangs about every other day or so! It’s time to nip that in the bud. There’s no need to let your bangs drive you towards grabbing your shampoo! This is why dry shampoo comes to the rescue! If you didn’t know, now you do! And if you don’t own dry shampoo, what are you waiting for? Opt for the quick and easy way to keep your bangs fresh.

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Bangs can get oily and stick to your forehead. Absorb excess oil with dry shampoo. Photo credit: indigitalimages.com

Using Dry Shampoo on Bangs to Absorb Oil

Step 1: Separate your fringe into sections hold Dove Detox + Purify Dry Shampoo the dry shampoo about 10 inches away from the hair and spray at the roots.

Step 2: Let it set for a few minutes to absorb grease, then massage the product in with your fingers or use a brush to rake and disperse the dry shampoo throughout your bangs.

If you want to take the proactive route, opt for using dry shampoo in advance. What do we mean by that? Use it before you actually need it. Apply your dry shampoo before your hair starts to get oily and greasy. This way when the grease wants to creep up on you, the dry shampoo will nip it in the bud instantly! If you decide to spray as needed, keep your dry shampoo on you at all times if you must, especially during the hot, humid and sticky months. Sweat can have your fringe looking like you took hair inspiration from a wet dog (cute, but not so cute). When the fringe gets greasy, spray it on but don’t be overzealous, and know when it’s time to get an actual hair washing.

Do you now know how to use dry shampoo to rescue your bangs from oil and dirt?