How I Care For My Hair In Between Washes

Today, I’m partnering with Pantene to talk about hair care! All thoughts and opinions are my own.

On a typical week, I’ll usually wash my hair every other day. But when things get really busy, it might be closer to three to four days in between washes. With the help of Pantene’s Waterless Collection, I actually love how my hair looks after a few days. So, let’s get to it! Keep reading to see how I keep my hair feeling and looking fresh in between washes.

Day 1

After showering, I’ll let my hair air dry about 75% of the way before going in with a blow dryer. Once completely dry, the fun begins! I usually curl my hair with a 1” barrel – this way the curls start off pretty tight but will fall out nicely over the next couple of days. Once I’m done, I spray my curls with Pantene Never Tell Dry Shampoo Spray to give it some texture – I find that my curls seem to hold a little longer when I do this!

Day 2

On the second day, I’d say my hair is still holding up nicely. My scalp doesn’t need too much attention yet, but I’ll start spritzing my curls (from the middle of my hair down to the ends) with Pantene Mist Behaving Dry Conditioner Mist. This helps to tame the flyaways and gives my locks some added shine.

Day 3

By day three, my tight curls have turned into gorgeously soft waves – hello good hair day! At this point, I’ll start spraying my roots with dry shampoo. What I love about Pantene Never Tell Dry Shampoo Spray is that it quickly absorbs any excess oil without leaving any of that white residue that you see with a lot of other dry shampoos.

Day 4

Honestly, I’ve never seen my dirty hair look so soft and shiny until I started to use my Pantene Waterless Collection products. The Never Tell Dry Shampoo Spray and Mist Behaving Dry Conditioner Mist for the silky, smooth win!

The best part is that the Pantene Waterless Collection is free of parabens and sulfates and will help keep your hair feeling fresh and full of life in between washes. Pick it up now here!

Thank you Pantene for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.

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