Thursday, January 26, 2017

Texture Spray vs. Hair Spray





Lets talk optimizing the best products for styled hair!

Many people hate hairspray. I used to until I moved to Texas and big hair became my favorite thing! My opinion is that hair spray and texture spray are the success to beautifully styled locks. I've learned a lot about the difference between the two and what they do to your hair. I'm going to break it down so you can decide what will work best for you and your lifestyle, or hairstyle shall I say. 😉

Hairspray is something that holds. It's creates a very crisp look that takes away fly aways and gives you something that's clean. A good hairspray is something you should always have, if you decide to go with something cheap it usually comes out very wet and ends up

 making your hair crunchy. Quite the opposite of crisp and clean. This is the reason I truly believe a lot of women hate hairspray, they don't have the right kind. Kenra hairspray is the best kind I have ever used on my hair. They have different strengths based on numbers and it's amazing! I am a huge fan of Kenra Volume 13 because it's the perfect amount of hold without stiffness. It's sleek and clean!

Texture spray gives a more undone look! It gives your hair grit and a messy feel. It's very natural looking and makes your hair seem effortless and not so put together like hairspray does! Bed Head has been so-so, nothing out of this world amazing but it gets the job done. It's definitely more of a wet mist but dries nicely and my hair isn't crunchy, just undone and natural. With texture spray your hair falls nicely as the day goes on.

So with that being said, if you like a polished crisp look everyday go with hairspray. If you want natural and effortless go with texture. I think you always need both on hand because your hair will change based on situations and events and you always need to be prepared.

Hopefully this was helpful! Thanks so much for reading and happy styling!





Pictures: LMB Photography

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