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Hi. I'm Leah from Real Beauty. And today, we are going to be talking about how to use dry shampoo. There are kind of different brands out there available everywhere from drug store to (higher plant?), they have our every price point. We are gonna be using an aerosol version, but they also exist in powder. What's important to remember when using a dry shampoo is for the brush you'll be using; make sure you get the one with bristles rather than not (at all?) plastic teeth. The bristles will help distribute the product more evenly to your hair. So, if Sam, I'm gonna have her partner here right over her ear and will go all around the head to kinda dip the volume and that clean look are just all over. It's okay if your parts are a little bit messy, it doesn't have to be perfect. With aerosol, you'll shake it up before you'll use. Then spray at the roots. If your hair is really oily or greasy, you can let it sip for a minute, maybe 2 minutes. And then you'll just actually brush it all. Then we'll have switch the part over maybe, about an inch or so. And again, just bring up the root. You can feel that little bit of (tightness?), but, like I said, it goes away when you brush it. Then, we will keep moving all the way to rub the other ear. Dry shampoo is a really useful for a few different scenarios. They can either be used as to get volume, kind of a styling tool. Or to fix like a greasy, oily hair. It's a good thing to take away with you on vacation or if you're at a wedding and your style just isn't really working; if you're just lacking a little bit of umph. It's a very good product, just give you some volume and also keep your hair a little bit of texture, if you're putting it off and want it to stay. Dry shampoo is also really helpful if you just colored your hair and you can't put or you can't be shampooing up for a few days. It feels a little greasy or gross but this is really a good product to you. Also, something to keep in mind, since it does have a little bit of coloration, (after?) not using the one that should meet up for your hair color. If you, like (Cristanoff?), she was gonna do it and she had a center part, you wouldn't wanna put to exactly in that center part, just in case it has a little bit of color left. But, that's to kinda avoid your naturals parts so you don't see it that much. I hope this defunct some myths and theories you have about dry shampoo. It's an amazing easy product to use that can really solve a handful of different problems. Go to realbeauty.com for more healthful advice, tips, and (check?).