After recently launching the Vibrant Red Dry Shampoo specifically for Redheads, Batiste also launched two new additions to their family; the hippy chic Paisley** and the urban fragrance of Graffiti** As I’ve mentioned in a previous Beauty Bargain post, I love the Batiste fragrances, and I’ve even been known to use Batiste Dry Shampoo on my hair when it’s freshly washed, just to make it smell all girly and fragrant! So I was delighted to receive Paisley and Graffiti to try out, because I can tell you now, Batiste certainly haven’t let us down with these two new additions.
Paisley, much like its bright and hippy exterior, is a fruity fragrance, with top notes of Grapefruit, Lime & Cassis, middle notes of Jasmine, Rose, Apple, Raspberry & Patchouli, and a base of Musk, Vanilla and Caramel (I’m making myself hungry, mmmmm!)
Graffiti, whilst fruity like Paisley, has an urban edge to it, mixing the likes of Apple, Wild Berry, Grape & Citrus, with Musk, Coconut, Sandalwood and Cedar. It smells gorgeous. This is my favourite of the two, probably because of its packaging too; I find the Batiste exteriors getting funkier with each new release. I love Graffiti’s colours and look, the brightly coloured design reminds me of some of the patterned all-in-one tracksuits I wore as kid back in the late 80’s and early 90’s (shame)!
Paisley is available exclusively to Superdrug and is priced at £2.99 for a 200ml can, whilst Graffitti is exclusive to Boots, and is also priced at £2.99 for a 200ml can. To find out how to use Batiste, Click Here for a titorial, or visit www.batistehair.co.uk