So, my friend Katxena has blogged a few times about items in her life that make her short list of "Excellent Things." I haven't been blogging much lately, so I thought I'd give this a try, in an attempt to get back into the swing of things over here--to get myself writing regularly again.
My first Excellent Thing is the hair powder made by
First of all, I'd heard tales of dry shampoo from my mom, who was a beautician in the mid to late 1960s, when women wore wash-and-sets and didn't wash their hair every day. I had thought it was such a great concept, but no one sold it four or five years ago. Then, about two years ago, I came across LuLu Organics' hair powder. I bought this online after reading a little review of it in Bust magazine a while back . . . and it's a little pricey at 40 bux for 4 ounces, but I gave it a whirl when I had a little extra dough.
It is awesome. I have the "lavender and clary sage" scent, and it smells SOO nice! I usually skip a day between hair washings, because a.) I'm lazy, and b.) my haircolor lasts longer and my hair stays shinier.
A little hair powder in the palm of my hands then raked through the hair at my temples and through my bangs is all I do . . . and it adds great texture.
There are more hair powders/dry shampoos on the market right now, but I wouldn't want to try one and be disappointed. :)
Very interesting. I wonder how well it work work on blond hair?ReplyDelete
if you use it sparingly, it doesn't do anything to the color--if you use too much, it's more obvious on dark hair than blond.ReplyDelete
I remember way back when... there was a spray-on dry shampoo called PSSSSSST. It didn't really catch on but your post brought back a fun memoryReplyDelete