Hair Fix dry shampoo: A fast fix for dirty hair

April 21, 2010By 10 Comments

Hair Fix dry shampooHair Fix dry Shampoo is perfect for those days you simply don’t have enough time or energy to wash your hair. It helps keep your hair looking and smelling fresh in between washes and really comes in handy for traveling and extending the life of your hairstyle and maintaining its color. It’s so easy to use. You simply shake the bottle, pour some of the powder into the palm of your hand and apply close to your scalp and work through the rest of your hair so it blends nicely and absorbs any excess oil.

Believe it or not, I only wash my hair every 3 days. (Maybe it’s because I’m 3.63% hippie, but don’t tell anyone). Actually, it’s because my hair is fine, delicate and dry and if I were to wash it more frequently than that, my hair would be a straw-like, tangley mess. So, in between washes, if my hair needs a fresh boost (i.e. funk diffuser), tada! *It’s also environmentally friendly to not wash your hair every single day!* I had to throw in an Earth Day sentiment. Happy (Almost) Earth Day!

Melisser, who runs the blog The Urban Housewife, (who is always sporting deliciously cute hairstyles) is the one who introduced me to Hair Fix.  I’m so glad she did because I had never used a dry shampoo before, and now I’m hooked!

Hair Fix is available in 2 oz. bottles for $19.95 each and is available in brown, black and white.

Hair Fix is talc-free and contains Corn Starch, Organic Oat Flour, Tapioca Starch, Organic Peppermint Oil, Organic Rosemary Oil, Organic Lavender Oil and Organic Tea Tree Oil… these ingredients make this dry shampoo smell pretty and refreshing.

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  1. Erica says:

    hi! Does hair fix still exist? I tried finding them online to purchase but was unsuccessful!

    Do you recommend any other vegan dry shampoos? Thanks :D!

  2. Melisser says:

    I’m glad you like it! I love Hair Fix, and like everyone, the volume boost is a great bonus!

  3. Sarah says:

    I love how it comes in different hair colors. That’s genius!

  4. Kathleen says:

    I am a huge fan of Hair Fix! Not only does it leave my hair smelling wonderful and feeling refreshed, it give my thin hair tons of volume. I think it’sgreat that it now also comes in red & matches my hair color perfectly. I recently tried some of their new products & must admit that I’m in love with their new lip fix & soap line.

  5. Gina says:

    As the owner of Hair Fix, I wanted to clarify that unlike whatever baby powders that “Lex” is referring to, Hair Fix is not “99% cornstarch” but a blend of certified organic starches (corn, tapioca, oat), sericite, a blend of organic essential oils and high quality iron oxides, super-finely ground. Built into the price is the cost of organic ingredients, recyclable packaging, and the cost of manufacturing products ethically made and sourced in the USA.

  6. @Lex – baby powders don’t work color-wise though… if you are brunette it makes your hair look funny unless it’s, like Hair Fix, mixed with minerals that make for a color-appropriateness.

  7. I have been using Hair Fix for almost five years. The best way to keep your hair healthy is to not wash it daily and let your natural ‘oils’ condition. Personally I wash my hair only two times a week, and Hair Fix is the best solution to handle the last day or so’s residual ‘greasiness’.. the best thing about using a product like this is that it actually ‘beefs’ up your hair giving amazing volume! Not to mention the smell — every time I’ve used Hair Fix my boyfriend would say, “wow, you smell good”… Between the amazing styling results, and the compliments on smell, (and of course the vegan aspect) – Gina’s Hair Fix is a staple for keeping shit real.

  8. Lex says:

    You can get organic baby powders that are almost identical ingredients 99% corn starch and tea tree oils for like $4 to 5 that work just as well for light hair.

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