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Saturday, 20 October 2012

New Batiste Paisley and Graffiti dry shampoo

Being an obsessive dry shampoo I was excited to test out Batiste's new additions: Paisley and Graffiti (£2.99/200ml). Dry shampoo means that I now only wash may hair twice a week which saves me so much time - meaning my other beauty rituals needn't be rushed! I have been favouring the Blush fragrance for a while now so was interested to see if Batiste's latest additions could provide me with a new favourite.



Urban influenced Graffiti is described by Batiste as "a light and punchy new fragrance with fruity top notes of Apple, Wild Berry, Grape & Citrus, middle notes of Jasmine, Lily & Iris and a base of Musk, Coconut, Sandalwood and Cedar" and I do really like the fragrance, really fresh, not too overpowering, but staying with you all day.

The packaging of Graffiti is a bit loud for me, preferring the catwalk inspired Paisley, getting its prints from the iconic print. This scent is "light and punchy with fruity top notes of Grapefruit, Lime & Cassis, middle notes of Jasmine, Rose, Apple, Raspberry & Patchouli and a base of Musk, Vanilla and Caramel"giving a much sweeter fragrance, a real contrast from Graffiti, but still fabulous!

Batiste Red (£3.99/200ml) is the final new product in the range, designed to enhance copper and vibrant red shades, but being a brunette, I've left this one for you red-heads to try yourselves...

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