The Hair ~ Texturizing Spray


Interested in trying out a texturizing spray? Here are my thoughts on all things volume. 
For those of you who are new to my blog (ferociously waves) here's a little info on my hair. It's thick and curly and did I mention thick? I'm currently trying to grow out a hair cut where the sides were shorter...note to self, never do that again. In the mean time I have been wearing my hair straight and loving it. Here's where the issue comes in. On the first day of washing and styling, my hair is voluminous and full, puts bonnet on and goes to bed, wakes up in roots are flat...not cute. I of course don't want to reapply heat to my hair in the in arsenal of texturizing sprays. 

Oscar Blandi Dy Texture and Volume Spray ~ You all know how I feel about the Oscar Blandi Dry Heat Protect Spray, so it should be no surprise that I would try this product out. It has the same wonderful Lemon Pound Cake scent, and the spray is nice and even. The product is ok. It gives a little lift to the roots, but it isn't over the top. There is a slight tackiness to it,  so be careful not to use too much. I love that my hair still feels moisturized and silky after use. The main issue I have is with hold. My hair seems to go flat again in an hour or so. 

Kenra Dry Texture Spray ~ If you want insane Dolly Parton you go. This product was ummm dramatic, it reminds me of a hairspray and it left my hair feeling dry and stiff. Not a fan.

Bumble & Bumble Thickening Dryspun Finish and Cityswept Finish Spray ~ I mention these together because I love them separately, but they work even better together. The Thickening Dryspun Finish, gives the perfect amount of lightweight volume. It looks beautiful, especially if you have slightly curled your hair, but it leaves a "matte" finish which I am not a fan of...enter Cityswept finish spray. This stuff is beautiful! It gives this really nice sheen to the hair while also giving the hair a bit of umph. Together this is the perfect combo to combat my flat roots and they smell divine!

Next on the list...Oribe, I'm looking at you.


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