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Batiste Dry Shampoo A Hint of Color – Light & Blonde, 6.73 fl. oz.

Batiste Light and Blonde banishes oily roots and boosts body giving dull, lifeless hair the make over it needs without any water. A hint of colour complements light and blonde hair tones and helps blend in root -re-growth of coloured, tinted or bleached hair. A quick burst revitalizes hair leaving it feeling clean and fresh. No need to worry about skipping a shampoo.

Key features

  • Instant hair refresh.
  • Banish oil & boost body.

Honest reviews


Love this dry shampoo, esp for your roots

I like this dry shampoo overall, but I can’t find any with blonde in stores anymore. I have been buying two at a time of this one now, and I use it on my roots everytime it starts growing out and I don’t want to get it done just yet. I’ll get out of the shower, blow dry, and then spray it in and then I’m blonde again. When you’ve just got dirty hair it’s also great and adds a lot of body. Like all dry shampoos you may end up getting a tense scalp or need to actually wash your hair the next day.

Tia Vacaville, CA

The best dry shampoo I’ve found

After paying through the nose for J Beverly Hills dry shampoo, and dealing with its godawful chemical stench choking me to death every time I wanted to refresh my hair, I decided to try out Batiste’s dry shampoo. I’ve been very happy with it and won’t be going back to the J Beverly Hills bug bomb.Pros:- Does the job– no one could tell I hadn’t washed my hair- Scent is nice– kind of caramelish?- Spray can worked well; didn’t clog up or anythingCons:- If you have dirty blonde hair like me, you have to play with it to make it look natural- Leaves roots a little stiff (not too bad though and washes out well)I would highly recommend this to anyone trying to find a good dry shampoo. I try to only wash hair every other day. My boyfriend claims he can’t tell my hair is "dirty" on the "other day"s. Not bad, right? I can tell– the hair feels a little stiffer where I sprayed it and it lightens/desaturates my root color a bit– but the important part to me was looking presentable for the masses. Yes, it has a scent, but the smell is pleasant (kind of like a vanilla shampoo) and not too overwhelming. I had multiple people smell my head (gotta love making weird requests to unsuspecting friends) to see if they hated it, and everyone either liked the smell or didn’t notice it. The scent seemed to fade after an hour or two.

Avis Mc Donald, OH

I say it is just ok, because….

It is just ok!! There are plenty of dry shampoos out there now, and, while this is one not exactly expensive, it is not the cheapest either. So I expected more than I get from Dove or PSSSSST. You get a little color, but , as others have said, it is very phony looking on the roots (most ppl are trying to cover roots with stuff like this) ….so it is just ok. Sorry if that makes the 5 star reviewer (who is also the seller?? what’s up with that??) upset. )I see…..the person reviewing was “T”–sorry about that)

Lawanda Shiloh, TN

best there is

I have blonde hair and this dry shampoo is the BEST there is out there. It’s the only one I use. It has a light blonde powder that blends with wide range of blonde colors. If you’ve used a dry shampoo, try this one. It will change your mind about dry shampoo! It comes other colors too.

Jasmin Royal Oak, MD

do not buy

this is the worst dry shampoo I have ever used. I applied as directed my felt and looked awful i would not recommened

Tiffany Cosmos, MN

Beuatiful for covering up when highlights are growing out!

I really don’t understand the other negative review. I’ll tell you, I think this stuff is terrific to spray on my roots when they are growing out…I get an extra couple of weeks between touch ups by my hair stylist. The trick with this product (if you use it as I do for this purpose) is to spray it on your roots, make sure you wait a minute for it to mostly dry, then gently pat it a bit so it looks natural. This actually works very well. From what I read on the can, you should also let it dry before brushing out if you simply want to use it as a dry shampoo, but most people are too impatient to wait and their hair comes out flat rather than fluffy. Be patient, people. Sheesh.

Letha Tatum, SC