This product has been out for a while now but I wanted to do a review on it for two reasons. One; because I love it and two; because I have a different use for it as well as it's usual purpose, which I thought some of you might find handy.
I first purchased this on a whim. I was actually looking for the Tres Emme colourless dry shampoo and couldn't find it anywhere. I have really dark brown hair, consequently I was sick of my hair looking a little bit grey and lifeless after I had used a dry shampoo for convenience. It seemed that no matter how well I massaged it in, it would still show through.
When I spotted this on the shelf I was quite drawn to it because I had heard good reviews about other dry shampoos that Batiste do. So I picked it up, and I haven't looked back since.
When you spray this onto your hair it's comes out the colour it claims. It matches my hair perfectly which is probably a huge selling point for me. They do have a blonde version as well but I couldn't tell you how well that one works as I have never tried it. Unfortunately it doesn't really have a smell which is a little bit disappointing, but it's not something that would stop me purchasing it time and time again.
It is a great little pick me up on the day when I don't wash your hair. It instantly makes my hair look like I have just stepped out of the shower. It doesn't take a lot to do the trick, so it lasts a really long time.
But I use this product for another use as well... It is great for putting volume into your hair. I find that the talc or the equivalent ingredient makes my hair lay different. Suddenly it is full of life and when I ruffle my hair it looks bouncy and voluminous. Sometimes I use this purely for this reason, even when I have newly washed hair!
I would say that you should definitely wash your hair after using this for a day, but I guess that you might be able to get away with using it for two if needs be.
Tip - If you don't have any dry shampoo, you can use talcum powder instead. Sprinkle a little on to your fingers and massage at the roots well.
Have you tried any great dry shampoos recently? Let me know in the comments below.