No Grey Dry Shampoo

September 18, 2014

Dry Shampoo with No Grey Look


No one likes oily looking hair. And I do not like having to wash my hair but twice a week (sometimes I go longer than that- shhh, don't tell my husband that!!). Dry shampoo is my hair saver!! 



I use dry shampoo all the time, but it tends to leave my hair looking grey. I do not like that at all!!
I do not want people to see the powder in my hair, so I have to rub and rub in an attempt to get the grey away. 

 I have ash blonde hair so adding cocoa powder really helped make my dry shampoo blend in perfectly!

You can use a make up brush to dust it on, or use a small face powder puff (I guess that's what it is called) to rub it into your roots. 

The bonus- you smell like chocolate!!! 

Just an FYI- this powder does not get sticky, it has no sugar in it- it's just powder. 

Here is the ratio I used:

1/3 cup cornstarch
2 Tablespoons cocoa powder

It's the best I have ever made and will continue to make it for life!!

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10 comments

  1. This is good to know as I have blond hair. I have the opposite problem, my hair is dry so dry so I only wash it twice a week.

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  2. Life. Saver. I have the same issue!

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  3. What a great idea. I've never used dry shampoo but I have wondered about it, I would really enjoy smelling like chocolate!

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  4. Great tip! Thanks!

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  5. I've been wanting to try dry shampoo for a long time (I'm not a fan of washing my hair either but it gets really oily if I don't). I'm going to try this!

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  6. Great! I will try it!

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  7. I pinned this for later. I really want to try it!!

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  8. I really want to try this. And so practical - just find ingredients from your kitchen!

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  9. Chocolate scented hair? That could be quite fun

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  10. I love how practical this is!

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