Batiste – Dry Shampoo in Cherry
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I’m a massive fan of the lifesaver product that is Batiste Dry Shampoo. I have already reviewed the ‘Clean and Classic Original’ variety and the Light & Blonde variant. Today I am reviewing the fruity and cheeky Cherry fragranced version.
Batiste Dry Shampoo works by absorbing the oil on the surface of the hair, you just spray it sparingly over dry hair and then style as normal – only make sure you don’t apply too much as it can leave hair looking a bit ‘talcy’. The Cherry is the same as the original one except that it has the lovely fragrance of cherries – the fragrance is fairly strong when you first spray it, but it fades quickly leaving a gentle sweet scent in your hair.
The only downside with Batiste Dry Shampoo is that the spray is rather violent and loud (and scares my cats!), I would prefer a more gentle spray like you get from a hairspray can.
I love the retro design on the can and the logo. Batiste Dry Shampoo is great for texturizing my hair if I want to do an up-do, I find that my freshly washed hair is too soft and will fall out of an up-do, but this gives it a bit of ‘grip’ and staying power. It also gives limp hair a bit of extra body – just spray over the entire head and then tip head upside-down and ruffle hair with fingers.
I love the way that Batiste has taken one hero product and turned it into a whole range by adding fragrances and creating variants for different coloured hair. I love fruity fragrances and I think this Cherry fragrance is my favourite so far of the Batiste products I have tried. The fragrances include ‘Tropical’ and ‘Floral’, plus there is currently a limited edition bottle available designed by Pixie Lott.
Batiste Dry Shampoo in Cherry starts at £2.99 for 200ml, available from Boots.
I’d love to hear how you use Batiste Dry Shampoo, and which version you use.
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