Review

Batiste Dry Shampoo – I still Love you!

Batiste Batiste oh Batiste how I love thee!

I don't think I've done a post on this wondrous dry shampoo in a while – but by no means has it disappeared from my life, I'll admit I did try alternatives throughout the last year and although I found many were good at refreshing the hair none tackled that bit of grease quite like Batiste does, so as always this takes pride of place on my dressing table for those days when my hair needs that pick me up.

One of the newest additions to the Batiste line up is Graffiti, this is a non-conformist both in can and with its light yet punchy fragrance.
Top notes of Apple, Wild Berry, Grape and Citrus mixes with middle notes of Jasmine, Lilly and Iris and a base of Musk, Coconut, Sandalwood and Cedar to help create an individual fragrance.

For those who want that help only Batiste can offer while not having a whole lot of fragrance to contend with or clash with your favourite fragrance then this could be the one for you.

To try out this new fragrance pop down to your local Boots where you can grab it for £2.99 for 200ml

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This article has 6 comments

  1. Lissa

    This is great! I use baby powder, never tried dry shampoo. I’ll be looking for this at the store!!!

    • Sarah-Louise Bailey

      I’ve only lately heard of using baby powder, my Mum got me into Batiste from a young age – I’d be worried that I would be a while hair if I used powder lol x

  2. Rose

    I really find batiste fairly overpowering in tropical so suspect I won’t like this one. xxx

  3. Sam R

    sounds good, will have to look out for this

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