I love a bit of Batiste Dry Shampoo every so often when I just do not have time to do the whole wash and style routine (my hair takes absolutely ages to dry). I own a few Batiste variants, my favourite ones being Blush and the XXL Volume.
I read recently that sales of dry shampoo have rocketed and apparently it is estimated that 1 in 4 women has a can on the shelf! One of the reasons of its popularity is that it gives hair body and strength, helping to create the big hair look that has become so popular with celebs. It is no wonder that Batiste are regularly launching new variants in their popular dry shampoo range.
Lace is the latest variant which is described as seductive and elegant.
The new scent offers base notes of white musk, cedarwood and sandalwood which are complimented by top notes of citrus fruits, nutmeg and pink pepper. The heart of the fragrance contains stylish floral tones of rose, orchid and iris with jasmine and ylang-ylang.
Lace comes in a cute lace design bottle. I really like the scent, which to me is beautiful and sophisticated, just like an expensive perfume. I find that it fades to a delightful and subtle rose scent. As I am huge fan of rose scents this is just up my street. It works perfectly by boosting volume and banishing oil exactly like it says it will do. Spraying from 30cm away like it advises it barely leaves any trace of powder, but if you do get any powder residue it disappears by working your fingers through your hair followed by brushing.
Another winner from the Batiste brand.
Batiste Dry Shampoo in Lace costs £2.99 for 200ml
Which Batiste is your favourite?