What Distinguishes Hairspray From Dry Texture Spray or Volume +Texture Spray?

What Distinguishes Hairspray From Dry Texture Spray or Volume +Texture Spray?

Hairspray and Volume + Texture Spray (most commonly known as dry texturizing spray) both prolong the life of your hairstyle. The distinction is that whereas texture sprays gives you an undone, carefree, sassy feel, hairspray offers you a more finished, sharp appearance. Flyaways may be easily tamed and your style kept flawlessly in place with hairspray. However, hairspray can often times feel sticky, stiff or crunchy which is why you see a lot of people avoid them altogether. Hairspray can also tend to make clean hair feel or look oily and weigh down fine hair, which in essence is why Volume + Texture Spray (or dry texture spray) was created.

Volume + Tetxure Spray provides the hair a more tousled, breezy appearance and feel because it is lighter than hairspray. Volume + Texture Spray employs an imperceptible powder that gives the hair more texture rather than the heavy oils and solvents present in most hairsprays. Unlike hairspray, which only "freezes" your style in place, texture spray adds volume and an undone, sassy texture to your hair, making your feel like a fierce lioness.


Your hair will feel light and airy with lots of natural movement after using Volume + Texture Spray. Using texture spray prevents your hair from seeming too styled while holding your style in place. (Consider an off-duty social media influencer making a Tuesday morning trek to her preferred coffee house.)


Volume + Texture Spray, as opposed to hairspray, absorbs extra oil from the roots and makes your hair feel touchably soft. After curling or blow-drying your hair, spray it all over for a flawlessly easy appearance that lasts all day and night.  The best part is often times since the hair was never stiff or crunchy your style will still be going strong well into day 2 or 3 with minimal restyling, ENJOY! 

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