The first thing I heard from consumers when doing product development research was that brunettes hated the white cast that dry shampoo left on their hair. Tinted dry shampoos sold in aerosol cans are on the market and becoming very popular to use, but here is the problem.
Aerosol tinted dry shampoos contain dye pigments, like iron oxides. Although these dyes can be relatively safe for cosmetic products, I recommend not using these dyes in aerosol cans as the pigment tends to get everywhere because it sprays out wet.
Although it may help with a white cast, people often complain that these dark pigments stain clothing, pillowcases and bathroom countertops. Aerosol dry shampoo pigments can even get into your fingernails and stain them when you’re working in the product!
Who wants a mess when you are trying to do your hair? No one – especially when dry shampoo should be saving you time during your beauty routine!