Motherhood comes with its trials and travails and sometimes it means not having enough time to wash my hair – eek! I know I may evoke that reaction from some, but I’m sure a lot of mommies would be able to relate to this.
Then how does one manage to look her best at meetings the next day?
How I use Batiste Dry Shampoo: Usually, it is the top front of my hair that looks the most flat and hence that’s where I use the dry shampoo. I divide my hair into a straight section and spray some dry shampoo, then brush or comb through the section to spread the product evenly. Next make another section and repeat the above till I have covered the whole area.
Payoff: After using the Batiste Dry Shampoo, my hair in the treated area looks glossy, soft to the touch and super bouncy. It’s like breathing life into dull, tired hair. However, I’ve noticed that these effects last you only up to 4-5 hours, after which they are back to their old greasy self, perhaps even more so.
Recommendation: After using the Batiste Dry Shampoo for a fair number of times, I think it is a great short cut to manageable, fantastic looking hair. However given that the effects are short lived, just like the Cinderella effect, I’d suggest you use it just before a meeting or an event. The bounce and flounce won’t last all day.
To Summarize: Batiste Dry Shampoo is a great product if you want soft, shiny, bouncy and great smelling hair for a matter of a few hours. I would treat this, or any dry shampoo as a quick fix, and cannot substitute the after-effects of a real shower.
Where to buy: In the UAE, you can purchase Batiste Dry Shampoo from Carrefour or Boots pharmacies. For those of you reading this post from the rest of the Middle East, you can Click Here for availibility details.
Have you ever used dry shampoo before? Which brand? What has been your experience?