Fine to Full Blow Out' (9.79€ full size) spray near the ends of my hair as they're that little bit more thinned out than the rest. Also a little dead but you'll have that. I prefer it to not look thinned out at the ends as it makes me feel like it looks kind of ratty and unhealthy? I'm just picky. But this really helps even out the overall look of my hair and fill out the ends. As my hair gets closer to being dry I jump in with the 'Blow Dry Lotion Root Booster' (7.99€). This is my favourite product from the range. You spritz it onto your hair when it's 'towel dried' and then blow dry/style as you usually do. I experimented with this. I spritzed just as i started blow drying my hair and other times when i had let it dry naturally. Honestly, theres no difference. Whether your hair is slightly wet or ringing it doesn't affect how well this works. It really boosts up your roots. After a day and a half it does begin to loose that volume but thats where the 'Volume Building Mousse' (7.99€) comes in.
here). It doesn't leave my hair feeling dry and powdery at all and I like how there isn't much of a scent to this. My hair does feel 'refreshed' after using and looking that little bit more plump than it did beforehand but I'm still not overly sure. If you don't like Batiste but love to use dry shampoo that this one is definitely for you anyway.
here) on the lowest setting. As you can see my hair is rocking some well deserved volume near the roots and as a result you get a happy Jess. I'm eager to try the shampoo and conditioner from this range too so if any of you have any experiences please comment below or send me a tweet.
(*These products were sent to me to try out and review for the blog. All opinions are my own.)