Having voluminous, thick hair is an instant confidence booster and gives you the freedom to style your hair in a various number of ways.

But if you are not blessed with thick hair, don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We are going to show you a way to fake voluminous strands using a DIY volumizing dry shampoo, and honestly, it’s bomb.com. Apart from adding volume, it will lift your tresses, nourish them and detox your scalp.

While this dry shampoo may prove to be slightly messy (I mean, every good thing comes with a price, right?), let us tell you that it works like a dream. Find the recipe ahead, but don’t forget to thank us later.

 

DIY volumizing dry shampoo

DIY volumizing dry shampoo

You will need:

2 tablespoons corn starch

1 tablespoon bentonite clay

2-3 drops of tea tree oil

How to:

Step 01: In a clean mixing bowl, mix together the corn starch and bentonite clay.

Step 02: Using a dry spoon, stir them together until they mix completely

Step 03: Now, add the tea tree oil to the mixture and give it another good mix

Step 04: Pour the powder into a bottle

Step 05: Shake well before use

Step 06: Simply take a little bit on your palm and spread it evenly onto your scalp

Step 06: Massage the powder into your scalp and ta-da! You’re good to go.

What makes it special?

This volumising dry shampoo is the perfect pick-me-up for second-day hair that is slightly limp and greasy. The powder formula provides an instant lift and soaks up any excess oil that’s weighing your hair down and making it look flat. Additionally, the presence of tea tree oil will nourish and hydrate your strands and prevent them from drying out. As tea tree is antimicrobial, it’ll cleanse the scalp, soothe any itchiness, and reduce dandruff.

This sounds great but are you wondering who has the time to make their own volumising dry shampoo? We get it, that's why here an alternative that offers the same results, better in fact. The TIGI Bed Head Oh Bee Hive Matte Dry Shampoo in an excellent product for anyone looking to get volume and remove greasiness from the hair.