First of all let me be clear in that I’ve had no problems with my can leaking or only getting 3 or 4 uses. Alot of people seemed to have had problems with faulty cans in the past but TiGi has fixed this.
The packaging is pretty, black with a bright lime green green cap. It smells like lemons which is refreshing, however it doesn’t linger on your hair. Be careful not to apply it too close to your scalp if you have dark hair because it can leave a little whiteness. It’s a very light product, and unlike the famous Batiste dry shampoo, doesn’t blast out from the nozzle like a gale force hurricane.
I liked this product, I found no fault with it. It worked wonderfully on my greasy hair whilst adding some extra texture and oomph. However it is pricey. Even when it’s discounted. It retails at £11.25, which is a hefty price tag for a dry shampoo. However you can buy it for £6.85 from CheapSmells.com for 300ml. Batiste usually costs £4.99 for 400ml.