Good evening, everyone!
I usually don't like to post this late, but I was so excited to share this review with you all.
I've heard many sides on the issue of daily hair washing and personally, washing my hair each day is a MUST, but sometimes, I like to venture into the wonderful world of dry shampoos. A few weeks ago, I received two bottles of Batiste Dry Shampoos to test out, let's get to it!
Fresh & Blush
I have natural, long black hair and which makes oil very noticeable. Since my hair tends to get a little oily throughout the day, my hair requires being washed on an everyday basis.
When using this products, I like to split my hair into sections and spray where needed. Then, I massage the product on my scalp work the product into my roots. Lastly, I brush out my hair and style accordingly. This step is a must for dark hair gals like myself, in order to avoid a build up of product and to avoid a white cast.
On bad hair days, achieving volume is a pain, but I found that not only does this absorb any excess oil from my hair, but also doubles as a volumizing agent.
I personally prefer Fresh as opposed to Blush. In my opinion, Fresh offers a more crisp, clean scent, while Blush offers a much more heavy, floral feminine scent. They pretty much worked the same and had the same concept, the only difference was the scent.
Overall, I'm glad to introduce this product in my normal hair care routine. Like I said, I like to wash my hair on a daily basis, but this also works as a volumzing product that adds a bit of "bounce", if you will, to my hair. After using this product for a few weeks now, I can honestly say that this products works wonders for my hair. It's super easy to use and is effective if you follow the directions.
I have seen Batiste products being sold at Sally's Beauty Supply Store and Bed Bath & Beyond, Ulta.
$6-8 depending where you purchase from
As always, hope this helps & happy shopping!
Do you use any Dry Shampoos? If so, what is your go-to brand? If not, would you ever consider trying them out? Thoughts?! I'd love to know down below!