Learn to Use Dry Shampoo
Dry shampoo can be your best dirty hair friend, but can also be one of the most annoying products to use on your hair. Dry shampoo doesn't feel like squeaky clean hair. It's not meant to make your hair feel clean. Your hair will likely feel dirtier after using dry shampoo. The key here is to get used to that feeling and discover a whole world of new hairstyles available to you with dry shampoo in your hair. If you really hate working with your hair and dry shampoo try applying the dry shampoo at night before you go to bed. By morning the dry shampoo will have absorbed the excess oil. Simply brush it well through your hair and style as desired.
Tame Your Bed Head
If you wake up with a head full of crazy hair, you can still skip the shampoo by reviving your hair in the morning with a little water in a spray bottle. Some people actually rinse their hair and condition it in the shower. I use way too much product in my hair for that, but if you don't use a lot of product, a quick rinse or spritz with water can tame the bed head and give you the refresh you need to get through another day without shampoo.
If your ends tend to get dry and frizzy between shampoos, a little hair oil worked through the ends of your hair can recondition, replenish shine, and tame your frizz. Just go easy with the oil, because a little goes a long way. Place a few drops on the palm of your hand and work through the ends of your hair, or where your hair is driest.
Braids and Updos
Braids are truly a greasy hair's dream and styling your hair in a messy updo can be the best way to to tame both bed head and a greasy head of hair.