A quick video on how I use baking soda in between washes as a cheap and effective dry shampoo. It’s kinda messy but it works well and of course you would wash it all out when you wash your hair regularly! The lights make my hair extra shiny looking at the end so I probably should have used a bit more this time XD
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How To Use Baking Soda As Dry Shampoo Instructions
Today I’ll show you how I deal with oily roots in between washes: baking soda.
My hair takes a long time to dry so I can’t always wash it when I want to.
In between washes if I have oily roots I use baking sode as a dry shampoo.
Easy and cheap!
Using it couldn’t be simpler.
Pour some of the powder into your hair.
Sprinkle it through your hair concentrating at the roots.
The baking soda acts as a dry shampoo and soaks up all fo the oils.
Best to do this over a sink so it doesn’t get everywhere and make a mess.
A tip from James:
Don’t let your partner kiss the top of your head because apparently it tastes horrible and he will complain about it for days.
Don’t forget the sides and back too!
Wait a few minutes for it to soak everything up.
Baking soda can also give some extra texture too.
Brush all fo the powder out.
This might take a bit longer if you have darker hair.
Not as clean as just washed hair but good enough to style and go out.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.