18 January 2015


Bastiste has been the most popular drugstore dry shampoo available for a while now, but with the new introduction of Ruth Crilly's Colab collection, there is now some competition.

This product is a perfect quick refresh for your hair. It can roughen up neat curls or sleek straight hair for a more casual and undone look or a spritz in the roots for a freshen up. A major advantage of Colab is the lightweight formula and sheer colour which doesn't take away shine from your hair. However, it isn't the best at absorbing grease completely.

This has been the go-to dry shampoo for a while now and it's really good at making your hair last that extra day.  The strong white colour can be hard to work into the hair and can require lots of brushing through and massaging in, which can end up ruining a hairstyle. The brunette version is a much better option for those with darker hair, but it can make the roots look a little ashy if too much is applied and still needs to be worked into the hair a lot. We have found that the best way to use Batiste is by applying it the night before to the roots and then you wake up with refreshed hair. 

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