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Festival Hair; a Survival Guide

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Festival Hair Survival Tips from a Pro

Festival season . . . the time we’ve waiting for all year long with eagerness and exciting anticipation is almost upon us. A time made of little tiny moments of joy when listening live to your favorite band, meeting new stimulating people, and most of all escaping city jobs and pressing deadlines. But festivals come with some challenges for our hair. Water sources from scarce to none, wind and sun . . . hair dryer better left at home, hair balm would only take up luggage space uselessly. In years passed this would have been a disaster, waiting to happen. But nowadays it isn’t scary at all.

Dry Shampoo to the Rescue

Because they don’t make hair products like they used to . . . they make them better. Today, you can actually keep your hair clean throughout a festival weekend.

Dry shampoo . . . a powdered substance that has the same functions as liquid shampoo, only you don’t need water to use it. Genius, isn’t it?

So when can you make the most out of dry shampoo? In fact, inside the hairstyling industry dry shampoo isn’t exactly fresh news, but many of my new clients haven’t even heard of it. It’s actually with this thought in mind that I created my website HairPanic. Staying informed is vital, be it in the tech industry or daily hair care.

When should you use dry shampoo?

  • When the open air festival you’ve been coveting lasts more than 2 days. I’ve been to festivals, I’ve seen the imminent disaster, in my own and other people’s hair. Trust me, dry shampoo saves the day and all the extra time you’re planning to spend out of town.
  • When you’ve gotten your hair used to frequent wash. Over washing dries out your hair, strips off natural oil, and actually damages more than it strengthens.
  • When you’ve decided a new hair color would be a welcomed change of style. Wash your hair with classic shampoo too often, every day or every 2 days, and your new color will fade out quicker.
  • When you simply don’t have the time for washing, blow-drying and then styling once again.

How Dry Shampoo Works

Dry shampoo is made of ingredients that have what it takes to quickly soak up oil and dirt that are cloaking the scalp on a daily basis.

How to Use Dry Shampoo

Simpler than you think. First, take your pick: Powder or Aerosol Spray. Powder dry shampoos are applied onto the scalp directly, brushed through or massaged with the tips of your fingers. Aerosols are sprayed onto the scalp from a few inches away. Brush through or massage with the tips of your fingers. It’s that simple. The trick is that scalp oil is actually found only at the roots of the hair. There’s no need to use dry shampoo on the entire length. This makes the process so much more effective and quicker.

It may sound scary but fear not, you wouldn’t be the first skeptic. It’s the price novelty has to pay. Be that as it may, hundreds of professional hairstylists around the world are assessing it with best reviews and thousands of happy clients confirm them.

Any questions, need for advice or more information on which dry shampoos are best and how to use them? HairPanic.com is your go to place. Comment, write your question in the contact section or go directly to your submission page on top and express yourself. I’ll be right there with answers and solutions.

Hairstyle Blog contributing author Lindsay Hausch
Contributing author Miki Tunde became a hairdresser by mistake, but as life proved later on it was the best mistake of her life. Currently she works as Professional hairdresser for popular magazines, famous photographers and most of all, for the people on the street. And she updates all the good stuff as well as useful information about daily hair care and styling on HairPanic

 





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