Dry Conditioner: Your Dry Shampoo's BFF
Meet ten dry conditioners, and find out why you should add one to your overflowing hair product drawer
If you're anything like me, dry shampoo changed your life. (I haven't washed my hair after a yoga class in years.) Still, even with all the oil-absorbing, root-lifting, texture-maximizing magic of dry shampoo, it always felt like something was missing. The top half of my hair would look revived, but the bottom half ("mid-shaft to ends" in hairstylist-speak) would turn stringy and frizzy two days post-blowout. That's where dry conditioner comes in.
Dry conditioner sprays contain hydrating and shine-boosting ingredients, and you can apply them to dry hair without mussing your style. Plus, like their dry shampoo counterparts, dry conditioners absorb excess oil and repel dirt. Trust me: You want to make room in your hair product drawer for one more. Every dry shampoo deserves a dry conditioner.
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