The beauty-countdown to Glastonbury has begun. Last night I heard that cool band du jour, MGMT are playing. What with them wanting some models for wives and all, I thought it best to at least pretend to have glossy, freshly-washed hair during the three-day stint. Cue, the lazy girl's saviour – dry shampoo!
By day two or three if you're looking a little greasy, simply spray some onto your roots. Wait a few moments for it to grab hold of the grease, then brush through to remove any chalky, white residue.
I do this with my head upside down to add volume. Then I just add a little more to my parting and brush through.
Here's my top three dry shampoos:
- Kevin Murphy Fresh.Hair, (£11.99). Very easy to use and leaves you with that just-washed feeling. Good on all hair types too, and is a handy travel size for Glasto.
- Batiste Tropical Dry Shampoo, (£1.99). An absolute bargain. Smells gorgeous and I love the retro floral bottle. Best if you have light hair, as can leave a slight powdery residue.
- James Brown Dry Shampoo, I'm betting Kate Moss will have her best mate and hairstylist, James Brown's dry shampoo on hand this weekend. Smells good and comes in a mini travel size bottle too. (£1.99 from Boots.)