No Rinse Shampoo Review
The bottle states to apply the product onto your hair until it is completely wet and massage into a lather. So I did. Since my hair is below shoulder length it took about 2/3 of the lightly-scented liquid in the bottle to really get a good lather going, but it lathered up nicely. The next step is simply to towel dry your hair. Which I did. All the soapy looking suds magically disappeared into the towel and I was left with a wet, tangly head of hair. That’s probably where having short hair might come in handy. Since I’m heavily reliant on conditioner to remove the tangles, I had a bit of a rough time combing through the little knots and snarls, but they did come out. Then, I patiently waited for the product to dry so I could get an idea of how it felt post-washing.
About an hour later, my hair was completely dry and had a little more volume and bounce than it normally has, which I was not expecting. Plus, my hair definitely had a light, fresh scent to it. While I would use this product again, I would only rely on it for one day because my scalp never really felt like it was “clean.” I couldn’t let go of the thought that I wanted to wash my hair again throughout the day. Perhaps I didn’t scrub hard enough, or shampoo for a long enough time. Or maybe it was just because I was used to cleaning with water. Whatever the reason, I think it’s a great product in a pinch and probably even more suitable for those with shorter hair.
Something extra: You could also make your own dry hair cleaner mix with some ingredients you have in your pantry. Try this one for instance:
2 T oatmeal
1 t corn starch
1 t baking soda
1 T grits
Just pour on your head, rub it in, and brush it out!
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