Dirty Hair at Storm King

Posted in Products on October 17th, 2011 by Reagan


Jake and I (and my dirty hair) took a trip upstate to Storm King Art Center over the weekend. Its huge-beautiful fields and streams and ponds and wooded areas that have giant sculptures all over the place. If you have the chance, you have to go. I would recommend this time of year. The air was cool and breezy and I ate a pumpkin donut on the way up.

Plus I just love fall. Im so original right?

Anyway, I filmed a bunch of tutorials with Jake and our friend, Hadley over the weekend. One of those tutorials included how to use dry shampoo. While Hadley and I were talking about it, she asked a great question

Do you use it every day that you dont shampoo?

My answer is no. For instance, I shampood on Wednesday, let it do what it wanted on Thursday, dry shampood on Friday, did nothin on Saturday, and dry shampood on Sunday. I just kind of gauge what it needs.

So there is your Monday morning dry shampoo tip! Enjoy a few Storm King photos! All taken by Jake.

PS Jake and I went to a 1970s themed costume party on Saturday night, and these glasses were part of my costume. I decided to throw them on again on Sunday morning, even though they are completely clear with no proscription or anything. Silly.

Here are a few other posts on dry shampoo!

4 Responses to Dirty Hair at Storm King

  1. Maura Says:

    WOW I wish my hair looked that amazing dirty!

  2. Melanie Says:

    Okay, this post inspired me I am on day 5 of not washing! It can be done! Im kind of shocked / impressed with myself.

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