Review: Batiste Dry Shampoo Plus 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.
- Formulated to bring the best out of dark hair
- 2 in 1 instantly refreshes hair while the hint of color blends seamlessly into hair without leaving white residue
- Hair looks clean and fresh with added body and texture
- No water required
- Not tested on animals
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).
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. ?