Although it may seem odd to review the same product in different scents, I do believe that it can be super useful! Batiste Dry Shampoos have each worked differently for me depending on their scent and style, and today I’ll be looking at the Batiste Dry Shampoo in Mamba.
Each of the Batiste Dry Shampoos from the set of three I bought from Boots have a ‘wilderness’ theme – the scent of Mamba is exotic yet quite floral. It doesn’t go over the top though, as many floral scents in products tend to do.
Once again, the packaging is amazing – this time, we have a pink and blue snakeskin effect on the tube. Batiste never fail to impress with their visuals, and it makes each individual scent of the dry shampoos new and interesting.
But did it perform as an oil-absorbing hair product? Well, yes…not quite as well as the original Batiste one, or quite as well as the Wild version, but it still did the job. Here’s my hair after a generous spritz of Mamba:
Being a highlighted blonde, something I usually love about dry shampoos is that they help to disguise the regrowth of my darker roots. However, this one didn’t seem to do as good a job as my other Batiste Dry Shampoos. Nevertheless, it did work reasonably well as a shampoo so I can’t complain too much!
I will absolutely be using up the rest of the can, even if it is just kept for oil emergencies. I bought Mamba in a set of three from Boots, on offer for just £3.99!
Which Batiste Dry Shampoo is the best of all time, in your opinion? Let me know!