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    Tell me about your favourite dry shampoo. I've tried out a cheap one and it's ok but not as magical as I thought it should be.

    I have fine dark brown hair if that helps.

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    @mummymaybe i have used the Tigi catwalk dry shampoo and it is amazing but a little bit pricey.
    Batisse also make a good one called XXL that i have used but you need to make sure you brush it in, because the spray is white.

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    Batisse also have coloured ones. I've bought the blonde one before and the spray looks yellow.
    Still need to brush it in though. But I think it refreshes the roots well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Batisse also have coloured ones. I've bought the blonde one before and the spray looks yellow.
    Still need to brush it in though. But I think it refreshes the roots well.
    This. I've bought the one for brunette hair and I like it. Definitely need to get a bit of a brush through but it works well.

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    I use Batisse- love it.

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    Batisse, the brunette tinted one. I love it. I use it more than I should just to avoid washing my hair hahaha.

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    I use Toni & Guy dry shampoo.

    I think it's really trial and error. I have tried the Batisse brand and hated it. It really depends on how oily/dirty your hair is, where you use it - so for an all over refresh or just at the hair line etc...

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    Batiste here as well (it's not spelled Batisse). My hairdresser swears by it and uses it in her salon. I tried Toni and Guy but the smell was awful.

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    I'm yet to try a brand that I have really liked unfortunately (including Batiste). I find it's still visible in my hair even after brushing.

    I should probably try a coloured one (my hair is generally dark brown).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I'm yet to try a brand that I have really liked unfortunately (including Batiste). I find it's still visible in my hair even after brushing.

    I should probably try a coloured one (my hair is generally dark brown).
    I use the Batiste for brown hair (I have dark brown hair as well) and I can't see it. Around the nozzle gets stained dark brown so I think it's pretty good at blending in.

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