Dry Shampoo: Not Your Mother’s hair products

If you’re in the business of sleeping in a few extra minutes and rushing out the door like a maniac, then you know how important it is to have a stock pile of dry shampoo on hand.

I’m always asked what kind of shampoo and conditioner I use for my color treated hair (post coming soon) however, my real secret and life savor is my trusty bottle of dry shampoo.

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Not My Mother’s

After trying out MANY different brands, I’m pretty dead-set on all of Not Your Mother’s hair products and if you haven’t tried them yet then click the link below or run to your local Walgreens or Wal-Mart because, sister…you’re missing out.

Not only does is come in three delicious fragrances, but it leaves my hair looking like I just blowed dried it, even adding some volume to it.

Not sure how to use dry shampoo? It’s easy! Hold the bottle about eight inches from your head, shake the can and spray into the areas of your hair that tend to become the most oily. Massage the dry shampoo into your hair, let it sit for a few minutes, and brush it out.


Congratulations, you are now a dry shampoo queen like myself.

Now, grab your black leggings, over-sized hoodie and sunglasses and go make as little eye contact with the world as possible like the boss you are.



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I am a wife and a mother just trying not to forget the clothes in the washer, again. When I’m not coordinating colors for clients, I’m out in my garden tending to my succulents or paint abstract art for my Etsy shop • • Want to chat? Shoot me an email at I look forward to hearing from you!

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