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smilesandsun Sat 22-Oct-11 11:45:48

Hello!

I'm looking for a really good dry shampoo, any suggestions? I've got really thick hair and would love to be able to wait an extra day before washing it sometimes.

thanks

Lugsie Sat 22-Oct-11 12:07:56

I just get the cheap Batiste stuff from Boots, I'm sure theres better ones out there though! smile

Bellavita Sat 22-Oct-11 12:09:16

Batiste works for me. Although I use it occasionally rather than all the time.

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 22-Oct-11 12:40:24

Batiste here too.

happy2bhomely Sat 22-Oct-11 13:43:07

I like the Toni and guy one. It smells lovely.

dingdong3 Sat 22-Oct-11 14:11:46

Batiste great - don't get the coloured one though as it STINKS!

HollyBollyBooBoo Sat 22-Oct-11 18:43:06

Batiste is still the best, I've tried more expensive brands like Charles Worthington and Klorane but always go back to Batiste, love the green one, has a lovely fruity smell!

SjuperWereWolef Sat 22-Oct-11 18:44:42

batiste tropical does me when necessary smile

toddlerama Sat 22-Oct-11 18:45:34

I like rockaholic. It smells fresher than batiste. I think it's by tigi.

AKissIsNotAContract Sat 22-Oct-11 18:46:32

I like the Lush one.

SjuperWereWolef Sat 22-Oct-11 18:48:54

ooh i heard the lush one was good but i cant force myself in there, i can barely smell a thing 99% of the time but that shop i can smell from 10myards either way!

TinyDiamond Sat 22-Oct-11 20:21:20

I've tried them all and the absolute best is Lee Stafford. It's on offer 3 for 2 in boots currently. Smells amazing and doesn't leave you looking grey haired

CointreauVersial Sat 22-Oct-11 23:00:45

Cheap and cheerful Batiste, but always the brunette one, avoids that "dusty" look.

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