Tutorial: Applying Dry Shampoo


Posted in Tutorial on November 28th, 2011 by Reagan

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People have been asking me for a long time how to properly apply dry shampoo, and we’ve finally made a tutorial! This is all a little overboard, but don’t worry, the drama is just to get my point across! You likely wont need this much applied (unless you have the world’s dirtiest hair…which…impressive!) and you don’t need to leave it in for 5 minutes before combing it through with your fingers. That was just so we could play with some stop motion.
Have fun dirty hairing!

Hair Dresser On Fire HDOFBlog.com Tutorial on using dry shampoo, by Reagan Breinholt from Jacob Breinholt on Vimeo.



17 Responses to “Tutorial: Applying Dry Shampoo”

  1. Sarah Says:

    woah. i’ve been so skeptical of dry shampoo (i’ve never used it) but i think i’m a believer.

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  2. Hadley Says:

    Reags. I love, I love. I miss your face. See you soon?

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  3. April Says:

    Ahhh. Now I see the error of my ways. I didn’t let it dry before rubbing my fingers through it. Thanks so much.

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  4. Leanna Says:

    I heard about psssst… a few months back, but can’t get it where I live :( (canada) I will do a sweep though Rexall the next time I am in Washington! Thanks for the Demos!

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  5. Abby Adams Says:

    Love this tutorial…. You have such a cute voice and seem so natural on camera (and I’m super jealous)… and your model is so cute!

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  6. Lynn Says:

    I wasn’t letting it set for a while either! I need to buy batiste as well, I had been using “Beyond the Zone” which really disapointed cuz I had used if for a week and it ran out already… trial and error I guess! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  7. Rachel Says:

    Batiste is my favorite too, they have so many fun scents!

    Where oh where did you get that cardigan? I need it in my life!

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  8. Rachel C Says:

    wow, I guess I had to see it to believe it. i’ll have to give this stuff a try.

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  9. Jen Says:

    OK – so here is my problem. I live in Canada and they only carry one kind of Batiste (original) and I DISLIKE THE FRAGRANCE…booo. I have been wanting to dry shampoo but need one that I enjoy the smell of (you know, since my hair is so close to my nose) Can anyone recommend and pleasant smelling OR better yet, Fragrance Free dry shampoo???

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  10. Erin Says:

    Pssssst is the best one i have found. I have tried Kenra, treseme, salon graphics, and got2b. some of these suffocate you when you use it, some leave a gritty dust everywhere. Sticking with Psssst from now on.

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  11. Megan Says:

    Reagan, what nail polish are you wearing in this video? I love it!!

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  12. maya Says:

    I have that timer!

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  13. Caitlin B Says:

    What happened to the video? I never got a chance to see this one… :(

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  17. Regina Says:

    if you hate the fragrance or can not buy it use corn starch and a make up brush to apply. Its also better for nature. enjoy

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