Batiste Dry Shampoo: try not to look like a chimney sweep.

Batiste Dry Shampoo.

You’re supposed to use Batiste Divine Dark on greasy hair (sorry, unwashed hair) and your hair is supposed to feel clean.

Rather, it feels like you’ve put talcum powder on your head like you would’ve done back in the 90s when you didn’t have time to wash your hair for fear of missing the school bus.

However, be that as it may, when you’ve sprayed Batiste on your hair it does feel better and there is that delight which comes when you’ve got away with something you shouldn’t have done.

 

However, there is something you ought to know.

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This particular Batiste product, ‘Divine Dark’, is a spray which is dark brown in colour. This is great because when you spray it on the top of your head the dark colour moulds into the rest of your hair.

But this is not so great when you spray and miss your head and catch your ear or the side of your face. As a result, the marks of the dark spray make you look like a chimney sweep that hasn’t washed in a week.  This is not the recommended look if you’re trying to get a bunch of teenagers to take you seriously!

So, if you use this particular product:

  1. Make sure your hair isn’t TOO dirty or unkempt. If it is, go and wash your hair before someone calls  the soap police.
  2. Make sure you don’t spray your ears otherwise people might think you have ‘hygiene issues’ and might avoid sitting next to you at work or on the train.

These are my thoughts on this hair product.

N.B These are the opinions of a curly-haired girl who has clumsy tendencies: most people probably don’t spray their ears and face when using this hair product.

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