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MiniCooperLover Sat 29-Oct-16 22:11:41

So I've had a fringe cut in .. my hairdresser didn't cut it quite as deeply as I'd have liked (have had it before) so I do wake up and it's all over the place. I can wet it and dry it straight and the rest of my hair is fine but it then looks greasy or a bit bitty. Would dry shampoo have a better effect than wetting it? I have a colour apt in a court me of weeks and may get him to cut it Deeper then.

Cakescakescakes Sat 29-Oct-16 22:23:59

I wash my hair every other day and use dry shampoo on my blunt fringe on the in between days. Works a treat. Still need to blow dry or straighten it back into place though each morning.

MiniCooperLover Sat 29-Oct-16 22:28:19

Ok , great, thanks. I've never used fry
Shampoo before. Can you give me some suggestions?

MidnightVelvetthe7th Sat 29-Oct-16 22:32:17

Batiste for dry shampoo, not the coloured ones just the fragranced ones smile

Cakescakescakes Sat 29-Oct-16 23:36:02

I've tried loads and prefer the Klorane one (I feel it online) as I find most of them overpoweringly fragranced smile

Cakescakescakes Sat 29-Oct-16 23:36:11

Buy it online

EnidButton Sun 30-Oct-16 01:16:04

Just wash it with shampoo. Tie or clip the rest of your hair back, dip your fringe under the tap, tiny bit of shampoo, lather and rinse. Don't use any conditioner. They dry it like you usually would. Takes about 2 mins, looks like you've freshly washed your hair.

That's what I do between washing my hair.

Also, just whilst we're discussing fringes, this works better than using straightners. Don't bother with any product, you just need whatever paddle brush you have, a comb and a hairdryer. I have thick slightly wavy hair and the back and forth drying method gets it looking perfect.

EnidButton Sun 30-Oct-16 01:17:35

Straighteners. Excuse the typos.

AgathaMystery Sun 30-Oct-16 22:03:35

I always use the dark dry shampoo or I look 2 different shades all day grin

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