Dry shampoos have become a staple hair care product for so many people and although they have been around for a while. I didn’t really take much notice of them until I received the Batise Coconut & Exotic Tropical one in a recent blog giveaway.
I should start off by telling you what my hair is generally like; I have quite long hair and tend to wash it every other day purely because after 24 hours I have super greasy hair. Now I know how bad it is to wash my hair so often but I’d much rather have clean looking hair than looking like a grease ball. To be quite honest I never looked twice at dry shampoos even though I know how much they get hyped up, I’m kind of kicking myself now.
Batise is an infamous brand who has released no end of dry shampoo varieties, the coconut and exotic tropical scent smells amazing, it is so fresh and the scent lingers which is always a bonus. The scent actually reminds me of a mocktail I’ve had on holiday. I tend to use this product on second day hair; I section my hair and spray it onto the roots leaving roughly 30 seconds between each spray. I then massage the product into my hair and voila the excess grease that was sitting on my roots has disappeared and I’m left with voluminous hair that looks like it’s just been washed and blow dried.
Gone are the days where I have to worry about washing my hair so often, dry shampoo really is a lifesaver product. I’ve also noticed my hair doesn’t fall out as much and it’s the healthiest it’s ever been. I would without a doubt recommend dry shampoo to anyone whose hair gets greasy pretty much after a day or for those of you who find washing your hair so often a real chore.
Batiste Dry Shampoo Coconut & Exotic Tropical banishes oily roots, giving dull, lifeless hair the makeover it needs without any water. A quick burst revitalises hair, adds body and texture and leaves it feeling clean and fresh too, there’s no need to worry about skipping a shampoo.
You can purchase the Batise Dry Shampoo for as little as £2.99 for 200ml, I have also seen this product in a miniature handbag friendly size which is perfect to use on the go. I’d love to know what your thoughts are on dry shampoo; leave them in the comments section below.
What’s your favourite dry shampoo brand?
Have you tried the Batise range?