In this last volume of our three-part hairstyling product knowledge series, we discuss the differences between dry shampoos, volumizing powders, and volumizing foams. We share with you how you might cocktail these products together, while also teaching how to use these products correctly to give you the greatest results.

Dry Shampoo

Dry shampoos commonly come in spray form. Their main purpose is to cleanse the hair without the need of water.  Dry shampoos instantly refreshes the hair by absorbing excess oils, deodorizes, adds texture, volume, and control. Dry shampoos can also act as a finishing spray.

 

How To Use:

Lift hair into sections, spraying onto the scalp in short and quick bursts. Massage the scalp to evenly distribute the product and you’re set to go for the day. Can be used daily.

Volumizing Powder

 

Volumizing powder functions as a texturizer and revitalizer, giving you the ability to wear second day hair.  Volumizing powder absorbs oil and gives hair lasting volume for your day.

 

How To Use:

Lift hair into sections where you want desired volume and texture, sprinkling powder at the scalp. Massage the scalp to evenly distribute product and to activate texture and volume.

Volumizing Foam

 

Volumizing foam is a rich and weightless product that creates incredible volume, control, and shine, while leaving your hair feeling thick, full, and manageable. Some volumizing foams come in spray form, allowing you to add volume where you need it.

 

How To Use:

Cream - Dispense into hands and massage into hair. Proceed with styling.

Spray Form - Lift hair into sections where you want desired volume and shine,
spraying the foam near the scalp. Massage the scalp to evenly
distribute product.