There's only one hair product that I have to have in my cupboard at all times, and that's dry shampoo.
I have tried a few but found that nothing works as well as Batiste (my favourite has to be the tropical scent) However, one morning when I was running late I reached into my cupboard only to find it wasn't there!!
After work I popped into a few shops in town only to find clearly every woman on the planet was having the same dilemma and everywhere was sold out. So I legged it into Asda and spotted that they had their very own range of dry shampoos for only £1.00, and they had a tropical scent called 'Exotic tropical'.
I figured, for £1.00 if it doesn't work then it doesn't work and I'll go back to good old Batiste.
I left my hair an extra day before washing it so I could give this a try and have to say, I'm super impressed with the results!!
The first thing that I checked off my list is the smell. It is fruity but I'd say more on the sweet fruity side of the scale, and genuinely smells good enough to eat (not something I'd recommend!) Next to get a big tick was the consistency. I've tried a few dry shampoos that have actually been wet and not a powder, which to me kind of defeats the purpose of a dry shampoo right? This one is most definitely a powder and not as white as I was expecting which is an added bonus.
The biggest test was whether or not it actually made my hair look freah as a daisy, and that it did. I sprayed a little on my roots, left it for around 30 seconds then rubbed it into my hair (I always rub it in as oppose to brushing it) and what do you know, my hair looked freshly washed!
My hair smelt great, looked clean and didn't have a white powdery residue.
This gets a massive 10 out of 10 for me, and I think it's taken over Batiste!!! There are more scents which I will absolutely be trying out, I do tgink this tropical one will still be my fave though.
This is available from most Asda stores, and for £1.00 you get 150ml - bargain!!
What's your favourite dry shampoo?