The dry shampoo comes in 'dark' and 'mid brown' but there's not a huge amount of difference in shade. When you spray them they hold their colour for quite some time, not turning to a powder for a few minutes and definitely not turning white practically instantaneously - which is exactly what Batiste coloured dry shampoos do. This makes it a lot easier to use them and it doesn't matter so much if you're not so precise. The colours are strong though and I accidentally sprayed some on my white sheets, only to be left with brown dodgy marks, so be careful! The formula is really light and easy to spray onto hair, leaving you with a weightless feeling and no residue. The only thing I don't like about Batiste is the slight feeling you get in your hair after a while - with Lee Stafford's you don't get that at all.
|R: Dark L: Mid Brown|
These are priced at £5.49 so it's more than double the price of Batiste, but the bottle is much nicer and the product better to use as a solution for greasy roots. I would definitely treat myself to one of these every so often, or if I knew I was going to be using it a lot, because the overall performance is much better. Lee Stafford says…“I am so proud of my new Darker Dry Shampoo additions for brunettes….these little beauties have been five years in the making as I wanted to get them spot on so the formulas give the best possible results and this is what they do!" You should be proud Lee - LBQ is impressed.