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Empire Apothecary Hair Dust Dry Shampoo

Empire Apothecary Hair Dust Dry Shampoo

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Hi, I’m interested in this drop but does anyone know how long a bottle like this would last? Or perhaps how many uses does one bottle have approximately? I guess it depends on how long your hair is and how much u use each time but an approximation would be nice. Thanks!
Eetchooarn
I have very thick hair and it usually takes a bit more than average for me, but even with that I've barely used the bottle after having it for a several months, with say 1-2 uses per week and normal showering between.
Vaarel
Thank you, I’ll probably be joining this drop then :)
I've tried this and several others. Most others are corn starch based which doesn't agree with my scalp while this is a rare clay based option that smells nice and subtle. I won't be buying any other starch based dry shampoo after this.
This is by far one of the best dry shampoos that I've ever used.

For those of you who think not washing your hair is gross, on particularly humid days even if I don't sweat, my hair just gets greasy. I usually wash my hair every other day so that I'm not stripping it of oils that are good for my scalp too often. This dry shampoo doesn't leave a weird feeling of dried oil the aerosol ones do. It actually absorbs it all, smells amazing and, when you brush it out, won't give you a salt and pepper look.
Dry shampoo or no, ya'll need to get in that shower and wash you hanging bits regular.
CmdrAwesome
Buts are easy to wash and quick to dry. Longer hair on the other hand.... That's where this comes in handy. Very handy.
Dry Shampoos can be used as both an "oil absorber" and as a "hair styler" depending on how long you leave the powder in your hair. They're terrific across the board so I strongly recommend this drop if it happens again! -March 2018
This is only for hair free of product buildup right? ie more about controlling oil buildup in unwashed hair than actually cleaning the scalp / hair?

Reframing as a question; can I use this in the morning if I forget to rinse / wash hair wax before going to bed the previous night and expect similar results as using a normal in-the-shower shampoo?
payodpanda
No. Short and simple.
If I add water, will it turn to traditional wet shampoo?
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Perhaps, but I'm still hoping you'll try my formula as suggested.
CoolHandLuke
Actually it does.
Excited to try a dry shampoo that's not a spray!
Ewwww!!!
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Thank you so much for the response! I really appreciate your input on things.
To each their own, for sure!
This stuff actually works. Not dry, but actually works:

https://www.amazon.com/No-Rinse-00200-Shampoo-16/dp/B00008KA7P/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1520698590&sr=8-1&keywords=rinseless%2Bshampoo&th=1
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