Review: Batiste Dry Shampoo Plus Divine Dark

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Batiste Dry Shampoo Dark Divine
Batiste Dry Shampoo Divine Dark

I’ve been meaning to do a review on Batiste Dry Shampoo Divine Dark. I usually stay away from dry shampoos due to my really bad experience in the past with dry shampoos. Here’s an example of one — Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo. I was very skeptical trying Batiste out, but I’m glad I did. Here’s more about Batiste Dry Shampoo Divine Dark before I share my thoughts on it.

Here are the ingredients if you’re interested:

Butane, Isobutane, Propane, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Limonene, Linalool, Distearyldimonium Chloride, Cetrimonium Chloride, Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499 (Iron Oxides).

Review:

You know what, I liked this dry shampoo. It didn’t leave my hair dry or crispy feeling. It removed the natural oils from my scalp without (once again) drying my hair out. It did add a hint of color to my hair, but I didn’t care much for it. I just loved how it made my hair smell good and feel clean without having to wash my hair. I wash my hair every day. Still, my scalp gets oily and smells awful by the end of the day. I have heard that washing your hair every day is bad. With my hair type, I have to wash my hair every day. I’ve tried skipping washings before. It didn’t work out. That’s just my hair type. When I don’t wash my hair in the morning (at night I do), I enjoy using a dry shampoo to give my hair some volume. Batiste works. I would have to try the other ones they have. Would I recommend this? Yes. ?

Review: Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo

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Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo

Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo

It’s time for a review on Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo! I’ve used it for over 1 week already! Let’s review the benefits of using this product, as stated on the spray bottle.

Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo:

On the first day of purchase, I thought Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo was amazing. The smell was nice. It wasn’t overwhelming. It left my hair feeling full and fresh. Added some volume in there too. As I started to use this dry shampoo on a daily basis when my hair felt oily at the scalp, it didn’t work out. I noticed that my hair started to fall out a little bit more. It was breaking off. I think the alcohol content is way too much for my hair to handle. I can use it once in a while, but not every single day. Once I stopped using it every day, my hair stopped breaking off. Whew! That really frightened me. As a dry shampoo to use once in a blue moon when I need a little pick me up, it works. I like the smell. It leaves my hair feeling clean, but I don’t know if I’ll repurchase the exact same one again. I will probably try out other brands and scents to see what works best for my hair type. Everyone is different. What may work for one person, may not work for another. So, that’s what I think about Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo!

Photos of Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo:

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Have you used Hask Biotin Boost Thickening Dry Shampoo or any other dry shampoos? Any good ones that you liked? Share your thoughts and recommendations!! Have a nice day! 🙂




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