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Reddit mentions of Batiste Dry shampoo - clean and classic original by batiste for women - 6.73 oz dry shampoo, 6.73 Ounce

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We found 10 Reddit mentions of Batiste Dry shampoo - clean and classic original by batiste for women - 6.73 oz dry shampoo, 6.73 Ounce. Here are the top ones.

Batiste Dry shampoo - clean and classic original by batiste for women - 6.73 oz dry shampoo, 6.73 Ounce
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Enjoy a clean and classic fragrance with subtle hints of powder, lavender, and muskUse between washes to instantly refresh your hair, no water requiredWaterless formula absorbs dirt and grease to revitalize dull and lifeless hairRemoves oils for added texture and volumeWorld’s #1 Dry Shampoo6.73-ounce bottle of batiste original dry shampoo with a clean and classic fragranceA few quick sprays instantly leaves hair feeling clean, fresh and full of body and textureInnovative starch based "no water needed" formulation targets excess oil and grease, helping to eliminate it at the rootsGives dull, lifeless hair the makeover that it deserves without waterThe UK's #1 dry shampoo
Height8.66 Inches
Length1.77 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateFebruary 2017
Size6.73 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.2645547144 Pounds
Width1.77 Inches

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Found 10 comments on Batiste Dry shampoo - clean and classic original by batiste for women - 6.73 oz dry shampoo, 6.73 Ounce:

u/JPickle82 · 38 pointsr/xxfitness

I have to wash my hair after I get really sweaty. I've just kind of learned to live with it. I work out at night and in the morning, and after my night workout, I shower but don't wash my hair until the next morning after my AM workout. I use a sulfate-free shampoo/conditioner.

Best dry shampoo I've found by far is [Batiste.] (https://www.amazon.com/Batiste-Shampoo-Clean-Classic-6-76/dp/B008D5HAHU?th=1) It's pretty much the only one that doesn't make my hair feel greasy.

u/tryingnottolurk · 5 pointsr/xxfitness

I have fine frizzy hair as well, and i live in a hot and humid city!

I wash my hair every other day. On wash days, I towel dry, use L'Oreal Botanicals Camila Disciplining Cream and spritz a little Not Your Mother's Beach Babe Texturising Sea Salt spray. If I really want to enhance my curls, I scrunch my hair up with a little Kevin Murphy Motion Lotion - it is pricey, but works really well with my hair. I leave my hair down and let it air dry, takes about 20-30 minutes.

On no wash days, I use Batiste dry shampoo. I have black hair and they have a brunette tinted one which works really well for my hair. Then I usually style my hair into a ponytail or a high bun.

This gives me good variety in terms of how I wear my hair, and is much less hassle than blowdrying, etc.

u/Ealle · 5 pointsr/Hair

You can try a couple things. A dry shampoo is really great at getting rid of the extra oil and giving you volume. I love this particular one by Batiste. You can still take a shower, put your hair in a shower cap, and then use the dry shampoo when you get out. I only just started using this, but I have to say that I'm in love. I got to day four without washing my hair and normally I'm stretching it with two.

Secondly, you can also try co-washing, which is washing with conditioner. This helps to keep your hair moisturized and avoids using any shampoo. There are lots of instructions online for co-washing. I used to just rub a handful of cheap conditioner (The coconut Suave Naturals conditioner worked for me) into my scalp, and then REALLY SCRUB my scalp with my fingertips. (Think of it like giving yourself a head massage.) Really scrubbing your scalp is the key. If you just put some conditioner in and then rinse it out, it's not going to help with the dirt in your hair. After scrubbing, rise out, and then go on to actually condition your hair with a real conditioner. If you need more information on co-washing, checkout /r/curlyhair. They're super helpful and they have a great sidebar for more information.

Hope this helps. :)

Edit: One note - the baking soder/vinegar thing might work since it's kind of the same concept of co-washing, and the grain of the baking soda would help to get rid of dirt and oil. I've never tried it, but it seems like it would make your hair smell like baking soda and vinegar. :-/

u/moothril · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I, too, have thin, fine asian hair but this is exactly what I did, a shoulder length bob. It's so good. I cut it even shorter recently, to just below my ears, and I love it. I went down a list of salons recommended in my city by yelp for women (there's a LOT of salons specifically for dudes here) and also started asking around and determined I would try them one by one until I found someone I liked - got lucky on the first try!

What I've found that works best for me is washing once every week to week and a half with Neutrogena anti-residue shampoo and in between I use Lush dry shampoo or Batiste dry shampoo. The Lush one lasts forever and is more environmentally friendly, I think, but it's harder to blend. Batiste is easier and what I wear when it's more "special" (lol, going out with friends/date as opposed to work).

Sometimes, especially now that it's winter, I get really dry scalp so the Neutrogena shampoo doesn't help with that and sometimes makes it worse for a day or two after using it. :/ However, it's the best method that I've found overall, all factors considered. For awhile I was using extra moisturizing shea butter shampoo massaged into my scalp like a lot of stuff I've read recommends, but it was such a hassle to wait for my hair to dry then dry shampoo the hair itself so it didn't look so oily (I feel like my part/crown of my head is where my hair looks stringy and oily).

I hope some of this helps~

Also, I felt like having some volume would help, so I tried out sea salt spray and root lifting products like my stylist recommended. I just felt like my hair would be more stringy/brittle/oily looking after using them, though, so I gave up and have just been washing and rocking the cut that I have. I'm sure if I experimented I could learn to make my hair look more voluminous but I'm pretty happy with how it looks now and too lazy to figure it out...maybe later.

u/Caffeinado · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

Batiste Dry Shampoo helps me stretch the time between washes. Also makes your hair smell super nice.

u/thumper5 · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Dry shampoo is a godsend. I like Batiste a lot in particular, but Pantene and Dove also make kinds that I've found to be pretty effective.

u/caridal94 · 2 pointsr/Hair

Actually, you might be able to wash less. There's a really great dry shampoo that works like a charm. I've got very oily hair myself and used to have to wash mine every other day, but now I've been able to start washing every three days instead due to this stuff. So here, it might work for you.

Also, try a satin pillowcase and try a deep conditioning type of treatment at least once a week. That will definitely help. Make sure you are using a wide tooth comb to brush, and try not to brush hair too vigorously as this will stretch your hair out and cause stress and damage.

One other product you might want to try: here

u/imsorryboutit · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfGaming

I dunno if you have hair and stuff.
And I don't know if you like to wash said hair regularly and stuff.
But if you find it annoying here just use this until your hair is basically coconut-smelling powder. That's when you should wash it again.


Also thank you.

u/cephalopods · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I love love LOVE dry shampoo! After the gym I usually blow dry my sweaty hair and then apply dry shampoo to the roots. It can sometimes look a little chalky after applying, so I use my fingers to work it into my hair.

As someone who has thin hair that looks greasy after 24 hours, it's a lifesaver on days when I don't want to wash my hair again.

The only brand I have liked is Batiste in the clean and clear scent. It smells fresh and doesn't have the same icky residue as the other brands. It's amazing!