Thursday, August 23, 2012

Batiste Dry Shampoo Review

My long hair gets oily and slick after a hard day at work. Since I work out at the gym during my lunch hour, I don't have time to wash my hair. Dry shampoo is essential for my daily routine, but I haven't been able to find the right one for me up until now.
I normally use Tresemme's dry shampoo for fine and oily hair, but I found that I would always create white patches on my hair, no matter what I tried. When I received the Batiste dry shampoo to review, I was concerned about the white patches dry shampoo can often make on my hair.

Batiste is made without corn starch, which is generally found in most dry shampoos. The rice starch in Batiste makes it a lightweight dry shampoo without weighing your hair down.

When I first used Batiste, I noticed a light floral scent that wasn't offensive like most dry shampoos. Many of them are so strong that my allergies are triggered.

I used Batiste dry shampoo on the left side, and Tresemme on the right side. Notice the white patch that I could not remove unless I soaked my hair and thoroughly combed it.
This adds more hassle to my routine. I also noticed that my frizzes and flyaways were tamed on the left side with a few simple sprays of Batiste.

My hair was greasy and the roots were very oily, but Batiste helped my hair feel lightweight and soft. I would recommend using Batiste especially after a workout when you don't have time to wash your hair.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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