Dry shampoo. I had read about it in magazines and had passed it over on the shelves. However, when I started working a second job and was clocking in about 70 hours a week, I needed a way to keep my hair fresh on those double-digit hour long work days. The solution ended up being dry shampoo: something I had never had a use for before. I purchased a brand that went on just like hairspray. I could quickly comb it through and my hair had a fresh scent and cleaner look.
First of all: dry shampoo is not a replacement for shampooing your hair with water. When you can wash your hair, do it. I know that you shouldn't always shampoo your hair, but if you use dry shampoo, use it as a supplement or a last resort.
But on that note, I found dry shampoo to be incredibly helpful. It gave my hair a fresh scent, and made it feel clean even after I had been working for ten hours with six more to go. It was helpful; it was a lifesaver on some days. Dry shampoo is easy and handy, and that is why it is the coolest thing since sliced bread. This is a must have for an athlete who needs a quick spruce up for the ride home, or someone who has had a long day and her hair has lost its shine. Needless to say, dry shampoo is pretty cool, and something every female should try when the situation arises.