Saturday, 18 August 2012

Lee Stafford Dry Shampoo.


I used to use this dry shampoo all the time; it's the perfect size for travelling, it smells great, and the small bottle lasts ages, not to mention the fact it's amazing for oily roots. Then for some reason I switched to Batiste, and although I love the scent of the Batiste dry shampoo's, I find they run out very quickly, and you also have to use quite a lot to make your hair look acceptable when you haven't washed it for a day or two, where as the Lee Stafford one you don't have to use much at all to get 'clean' looking roots back. 

So last week instead of re-stocking with Batiste, I decided to go back to my good old friend Mr Stafford, and I'm now wondering why I left him in the first place. I think I'm even going to have to invest in the £5.49 150ml bottle rather than my mini one, as I know the mini one lasts ages so surely the big one should too!



Anywho, I just had to share with you all a different brand of dry shampoo to Batiste, as I think it's good to try different ones out every so often :)

You can buy the larger 150ml version on boots.com, and you can buy the mini one in-store for around £1.50.


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  1. Lee Stafford range is amazing! I love it and it is a great example of something a little pricier can work a lot better than standard products. I find Batiste can feel really really sticky in my hair which leaves it feeling a bit yucky!

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    1. I love it so much! Definitely worth the extra money. Same, it doesn't make it look 'clean' for me :/

      Cx

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  2. I always use dry shampoo! it’s great for those in between days isn’t it? I find it helps when putting my hair up too, gives it a bit more texture. I usually get Fudge or Tigi from Hairtrade as that is the cheapest place you can get it at the moment x

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