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We love the sexy bedhead look, but our hair rarely looks hot right after we roll out of bed in the morning. That’s why we’re totally obsessed with this volumizing spray from celebrity stylist Oscar Blandi. All we have to do is lift sections of hair while spraying it from ends to roots, and voila! We’ve got sultry, tousled strands in less time than it takes to get a vanilla soymilk latte en route to the office.
It was nothing special to me, I never use hairspray because I hate the texture of my hair after use. It does the same old shield hair that is too stiff... I like my hair to flow and be soft2
I have thin, oily hair and this product not only made my hair frizzy, but also made it sticky and unmanagable. Not my favorite product.2
I personally don't like sprays as it tends to clump up my hair. This was an ok product. It gave some volume, but the way it left my hair after was not very pleasing.2
This product made my hair feel like straw. I use dry shampoo occassionally but this product was way too heavy for my hair. I do have fine, thinner hair so maybe this would work better for someone with thicker, more textured hair.2
As dry shampoos go, this one is pretty good. I am very picky about my stuff due to my very oily hair. This one doesn't do it for me though, but I do recommend it to others who have less oily hair. I prefer Oscar Blandi's white powder.2
I did feel that this product gave me texture and volume but the spray left my hair sticky. My hair was so sticky that I couldn't run a brush through my hair at the end of the night! I will not be purchasing this product.2
I have fine straight hair and it acted more like hairspray for me than anything else. My mom, whose hair has more wave to it seemed to like it well enough.2
My first impression of this spray was that it had a strange sour scent. I have unruly wavy hair that has to be straightened with a straightening iron to look decent.
I followed the directions, spraying my straightened hair from ends to roots as I lifted up. My hair flopped back down, every bit as flat as usual. If I fluffed it a bit, it would stay up for a little while. But it would do the same with a light hair spray too and probably stay that way better. While this product doesn't leave my hair feeling as sticky as a hair spray, I don't think it's worth the difference.
I don't like this on my fine, straight hair. Too sticky and the hair feels really dirty when you use it. Oribe Texturizing Spray is way better!2
The product isn't a super hold product and I didn't like the smell. Probably would not buy on my with my own money.2