Batiste Dry Shampoo
A hint of colour for medium & brunette
£4.28 for 150ml
This one gave my hair a nice texture and it smelt nice, like cocoa. Simple and effective. A great price too.
Label.m Brunette Dry Shampoo
£10.50 for 200ml
A great product. Made for brunettes, it dispenses with the overpowering scents of it’s high street counterparts and instead opts for performance with a clean, mildly alcoholic scent which is in no way unpleasant. I have been using this on freshly-washed hair too as it gives such a great matt texture. On the packaging, it says you can use it if you apply too much product, eg. serum. Handy!
Refresh & Revive
Limited Edition Erdem
£6.26 for 150ml
Every Fashion Editor’s favourite, Erdem, collaborates with hair maestro Charles Worthington on this wonder product. Its fresh, slightly masculine scent makes me want to use this all the time. A great incentive to stop washing your hair every day (which everyone says is bad for it!). The label on the front peels back to reveal styling tips – nice touch.
Charles Worthington Act Dry Shampoo
£5.19 for 150ml
The packaging looks very feminine chic, and the smell is sweet floral that lingers (in a good way) in such a way that I decided not to spray any perfume! So good looks aside, in it’s the inside that counts and I rate this higher than (dare I say it...) Batisse! It doesn’t give your that white powder effect that is obviously covering the greasy bits, but has a more ‘hairspray wet’ feel that dries quickly to give a natural clean look, and so far it’s wearing well (no top ups required).
I’d recommend this but it costs a little more than I would usually pay. _Ruth Pepler (24)