Sunday, 13 September 2009

Dry Shampoo

I love this stuff!! Wouldn’t be without it. I try not to wash my hair everyday, because I’ve been told it’s bad to because you are washing away all the natural oils which help to moisturise your locks and keep them in good condition, but if I don’t my hair looks lank and greasy.

In the morning, I give my roots a quick blast with my personal preferred preference, the Original Batiste Dry Shampoo, brush through and I’m all ready to go. Any excess oil on my scalp just disappears and my hair looks fresher with a lot more added volume. I get through about a can every 3 weeks, but for under £2, I class this as a bargain. I wouldn’t be without it.

My friends and I have tried more expensive dry shampoos, £5-£10 range and even £10+, but we always come back to the Basiste Dry Shampoo. It’s available to buy at most supermarkets, boots and superdrug. Supermarkets tend to be a little bit cheaper, as you can end up paying £2.10ish at boots compared to £1.90 at supermarkets - you know, every little counts ;-)

Laura x


  1. i had hair fall problem
    i don't know how to find the perfect shampoo for me :|

    anyway, i love reading your blog :)

  2. It's very hard to find the perfect shampoo! I still haven't found mine but have come pretty close.

    What type hair do you have?

    Glad you enjoy reading my blog :-)

    Laura x

  3. yup, you're right :)
    i have short hair but not too short, black (cause i am asian),my hair is thin and i always tie my hair

    is that good?


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