Whether you only tend to pull out the dry shampoo come festival season, use it to prolong a blow dry or – like us – have a bottle in your handbag at all times, there’s no denying the fact that it’s a beauty staple.
But as much as we adore it, it also has its downsides – namely the fact it starts to dry out our locks after persistent use, leaves them feeling crispy and when it’s not rubbed in thoroughly, we’re often left with a white tinge to our hair.
Luckily, though, over the past few years a whole host of new dry shampoo formulas have been flying onto the market that up the game of their predecessors and come equipped with far more pros than cons. The latest is a shampoo/conditioner hybrid from our old favourite Batiste.
Promising to refresh your roots and condition your tresses without leaving them greasy, it’s officially our new hair hero. No dry ends, just shiny locks that look freshly washed and full of body. So whether you’re packing it for Glastonbury or are adding it to your permanent beauty lineup, this little bottle covers all bases.
Batiste 2 in 1 Invisible Dry Shampoo & Conditioner, £4.49