I am starting a new series on the blog this week. A bit ago, after finishing one of my spa nights (also known as celebrate Amanda night) my boyfriend said to me, “The blog shouldn’t be named Behind the Mirror, it should be behind the mirror, below the sink, and in the shower…” Later realizing I am not the only witty one living in this apartment, I got to thinking since so many of you enjoyed the Dior Skin Airflash review I will post reviews of products I love for Below the Sink! After all, we have to keep supplies there too.
So let’s get real…
No one has time to wash & dry their hair every morning. Not only, is it not good for your hair to be washed every day, it is exhausting.
The best part about this dry shampoo is the aerosol can. There is no point in buying a dry shampoo that is a powder. If you prefer a powder then you are wasting your money on dry shampoos and should buy a bottle of baby powder…
I prefer the original version. Although they have batiste for blondes, brunettes, different scents, and more, I am sure they all work equally as good. When I started using Batiste those versions didn’t exist. I like to stick with what I know.
Here are the tips and tricks:
1. Shake well.
2. Part hair in different spots.
3. Spray from about 12 inches away from hair.
4. Massage through hair with fingertips.
5. Brush out.
Enjoy some dirty hair that feels clean, fragrant, and full of body.
“If you ain’t dirty you ain’t here to party.”
*special thanks to Xtina for the inspiration*
***beauty always comes from within, photos from here, here, & there. xoxo, behind the mirror***