Batiste 2-in-1 Invisible Dry Shampoo & Conditioner Review*


A few months ago, I was sent a box from trnd to review the new Batiste Dry Shampoo. As I've been MIA from this blog for a while (explanation coming soon) the blog review is only coming now. However, I have already review the product on their website and I honestly do enjoy using it. The Superdrug website description states that it "(...) instantly refreshes roots AND conditions locks with an orange and pomegranate scent. No oil, no dryness, just amazing looking and feeling hair from root to tip. Your new hair hero!". 

I received both the full size and a mini of the Orange & Pomegranate scent and popped the smaller one in my handbag straight away for on the go touch ups. I liked the look of the bottle as I think it's very sleek yet colourful, and I like that there's a mini version too - no one wants to lug around a huge bottle with them. 

I've used dry shampoo before and I must admit that Batiste is the only brand I've used for it. I don't use it often, only when life gets in the way really. I'm also quite lucky because I have blonde hair, and majority of dry shampoos leave a residue white powder, which of course doesn't show up on blonde hair as much as it would on darker shade. I did find that if I used slightly too much of it the residue would appear but, in general, I didn't really find that to be a problem for me. One difference I noticed was that my hair genuinely felt conditioned after using it, as opposed to using the regular version, which I found quite drying.

I think that with dry shampoo, you either love or hate the concept as a whole. I think it's fantastic as I'm always on the go and I tend to leave the house late, so for a bit of volume it's great. Although, I always wash my hair on the same day that I use it, so can't really comment whether it's good for more than one use (I know Kim K washed her hair every 6 days but we can't all be Kimmy unfortunately, and we don't have hairstylists on the go to do our hair).

Overall, I'd recommend the product if you're a dry shampoo user already, as in my books it's much better than the regular version. If you're thinking of trying it however, the minis are only £1.50 and I'd say they're worth a try. 

What are your thoughts on dry shampoo? Have you tried this one in particular?

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