Batiste Dry Shampoo - 3 New Scents of the Best Dry Shampoo EVER!

Here's a familiar scenario - you have your favourite restaurants where you order the same thing and it's always great, and what you expect.

Then a new resto opens serving similar dishes, and you want to give them a chance because they might be as good, if not better, but what if they're not? Then you've sacrificed a perfect meal that was pretty much guaranteed. 

This goes for dry shampoos too. I first tried Batiste back in 2014 and it was love at first spritz. Two years later, it was still my number one.

And here's the thing. On and off this year I have taken a number of big brand names from the drugstore out for a test drive. They specialize in haircare, so they must be good, I tell myself. They have spokespeople that I like, tastemakers that deem it the best, so how could it be anything but amazing?

I am here to tell you that none of them exceeded Batiste Dry Shampoo. In fact, they didn't even come close. One turned my hair into a sticky brillo pad (nice), while another's scent turned funky as the day wore on (now what?). None of them kept their promises except that I now had to wash my hair as if I hadn't used any dry shampoo at all, and I'd wasted all that coin.

That's why I am so devoted to award-winning, paraben- and sulphate-free Batiste.

They've been rocking tresses since the '70s  and all these years later, they are still killin' it.

Not only does it instantly freshen your locks, it somehow makes them feel just washed too. And no residue either (rice starch powder is your new BFF).

In addition to bangin' scents (never too sweet or strong), you get a boost of body and texture (thank god, because you really can't go out looking like this) and it sops up any oil right at the root, so you never have to worry about anyone noticing you skipped a day or two.

Just a reminder to:

- always shake the can before using (I often forget this one)
- spray onto the roots and then massage through with finger
- lightly brush your now fresh mane

And did you know that you also use it on your washed locks for added body? 

With three just released luscious scents, it's the perfect time to stock up. Check out the very latest Batiste on the shelves:

- Lotus

A delicate swirling, whirling delight of apple, wildberry, grape, and citrus sways in time with jasmine, lily and iris, With a solid foundation of coconut, sandalwood, musk and cedar, this one's gloriously ethereal and feminine from start to finish.

If only it were a perfume, I'd spray it all over. 

Out of all the fruit, cherry must be one of the most beloved by most everyone.

And this fragrance is no exception. This mixture mingles top notes of pear, melon, kiwi and wildberry with middle notes of honeysuckle and rose, and bottom notes of sandalwood, musk and simply sweet.

The perfect balance of fruits and florals.

- Sweetie

Get it before it's gone - this one's a limited edition.

Despite what sounds like a bouquet of saccharine sweetness, Sweetie is actually lovely. Ingredients of sweet raspberry, pomegranate and vanilla may rhyme off like a dessert, but the resulting fragrance is subtle, with a warm muskiness that's enticing.


Also available: Original, Tropical and Blush.

Pick up Batiste Dry Shampoo at stores including Target, Shoppers Drug Mart and Rexall Drugstore. Find out where to get it near you in Canada, the U.S., and U.K.

Stephanie Dickison

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