Batiste Dry Shampoo

I always want a dry shampoo, so when they finally enter Singapore market, I get ultra excited. I only purchase the smallest one to try out. It cost $4 for 50ml. And it just finish really fast.
In UK, when it’s on sale the 400ml cost me $5. I wish I had purchase more, but I refrain myself. So I got the 400ml tropical which is coconut and exotic and 200ml medium & brunette. They do not have the dark hair one. The 50ml is just the original.

As I said, I tried out the travel size and I really like it. It helps to boost up my flat hair and makes it less oily. I want dry shampoo for the purpose of going to the beach in the morning. I have oily hair, and will wake up with that. If I take a shower, go the beach, then I will have to shower again when I come back. I want to prevent that. So Batiste has helps me so much.

It is also great to add volume especially for dinner. It helps control the shine longer so it has been a lifesaver for me, socially.

The tropical one is quite weird the scent, but I get used to it. I don’t like the big container as it doesn’t fit nicely on my hands. So using it is not that nice. I also have to spray sparingly as it leaves a white cast. I have to really work the product in. Then I realize it will only helps control oil on the little area I spray on. So I do have to spray a lot. See the dilemma?
I have to spend a great deal of time on my hair using this. And at the end of the night, I will feel quite heavy with product. So I will only use this for adding volume and the little oil control.

Medium one is slightly better. But if I did not work the product in, I will be left with gray cast. The container is better for my hand, but I wish it wasn’t so expensive buying them in Singapore.

In the end, the original is still the best. The scent is also nice. And smaller spray can is convenient for traveling. I really like it. There are more scent out there, and I want to try them all. I heard the cherry one is really nice. But why is the price so mark up in here. I want to go back to UK.


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