Monday, 18 June 2012

Just another manic Monday...

So today I've been rushing around town, trying to get an outfit together for my parents vow renewal, which is happening this Sunday. I know I've left it a bit late, seeing as I've had about a year to sort it out, but you know. I think I work better under pressure anyway, seeing as I managed to get a bra that goes with the dress I bought on Topshop's website, some boring nude underwear and a pair of shoes from New Look. 
I'll dedicate a blog post to the outfit later on, keep an eye out. 

Anyway, on my way around Southampton I decided to check out John Lewis' dry shampoo's seeing as I had read that 'Klorane' is a really great, it also won the 2011 Natural Health Beauty award. It costs £7.50, which is quite steep considering Batiste dry shampoo is only about £2. However I thought I would give it a go. 

I got home and tried it out straight away, it tells you to spray on your hair (about 10 inches away) especially your roots then leave it for two minutes. It makes you look like you have grey streaks in your hair whilst you leave it. But after these minutes are up you simply brush it out and the grey has gone, 'hey presto' my hair looked and felt washed. It sounds unbelievable but it really does work! 

I am definitely taking this to Reading Festival this year, seeing as I won't be able to wash my hair for days and days, this product really is a must have for any festival goer.
Has anyone else got any festival must haves?



  1. I really like Batiste! Do you think it's better than that?

    1. Yeah I think it's a lot better, it actually leaves your hair soft and it looks like you've just washed it. Where batiste has always left my hair still feeling greasy. X