More dry shampoo? Yes...there will always be dry shampoo!
This is just a tiny little can of Batiste, the travel size I believe, that I got for a couple of pounds while I was in London. It is so tiny that it lasted a grand total of 3 uses, so I'm positive I'm never going to buy a dry shampoo of this size again.
As with all dry shampoos that I choose to use, this comes with a spray nozzle. I am not deft enough to use them in full-on powdered form, so that's just not going to happen.
Now, for any of you that have read the reviews on Batiste, they're all true. Their original formula does indeed leave a white cast, but a very mild one. The closer to your head you hold the can as you spray, the more pronounced it will be. They do make multiple fornulas which correspond to different hair colours, and the dry shampoo for those simply contains different coloured pigments in order to ensure that it melds more seamlessly with your hair.
As for the smell on this, I'm really not a fan. It's not even unpleasant, it's just very neutral and doesn't mask the smell of hair that you would be trying to mask if your head is greasy (yes, let's be a little gross about it). Where effectiveness is concerned, it does a good job for a day. It soaks up enough oil to ensure you're good to go, but you will have to wash your hair that night or the morning after to avoid feeling disgusting. It does provide a little volume as well, but nothing amazing.
It does get the job done, but not as well as some of the higher end dry shampoos (e.g. Percy & Reed, Sephora), however, considering the price point, you can't really complain. It's definitely a very decent product and I would purchase it again, just not in the original formula.