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As the saying goes, a jack of all trades is typically a master of none. Not so for amika's Bombshell Blowout spray. The lightweight spray works on both damp and dry hair to give you the perfect blowout, protecting, nourishing, smoothing, and volumizing hair. We apply it to damp strands before blow-drying to provide heat protection, texture, and lift. It also serves as a light hold mist for dry hair and can facilitate restyling.
The spray smells really good but it leaves my hair dry and weird. It's supposed to be good for blow drying but it didn't really do anything for me.4
Fell in love with this product! Must. Have. Adds volume and grip to fine hair5
Will be my next purchase. Smells absolutely amazing5
This is a great blow out spray. It has a fresh scent, and makes untangling and styling my hair a breeze!4
I like anything that adds volume to my hair. Having a nice scent is a big plus. I have just used it on damp hair and have yet to try on dry hair.4
This product is amazing! I use it all the time and can't get enough of it! The entire line of these products smell amazing and if you haven't tried there dry shampoo you need to! When I have day old straightened hair I put in some of the dry shampoo tease it a bit and spray on some of the blowout and bam! Looks like I got a blowout and it's soft and healthy and perfect!5
Amika products work amazing, smell great and offer lots of great volume. Not stick, nor do they weigh down your hair. Products are very pricey, biggest downfall of brand. Love look/packaging of products.5
It smells great and gives that little bit of extra volume you need. Loved it so much I bought the full size.5
I have fallen in love with the smell of this product. This brand is by far my favorite for all hair needs. Even after blown dry, my hair still smells fabulous!5
it felt like I got a lollipop stuck in my hair, pulled it out, and what was left was the sticky residue.2