Hair texturisers are all the rage at the
moment with many gal’s wanting effortlessly, thick, voluminous locks. There have been loads of texturizing products
popping up on the market in the last year and so I thought I’d pop the ones I
own together into a post for comparison!
Give Me Texture Instant Oomph Powder: This is an
odd little product; a powder which almost turns to liquid once you touch it,
before adding a powdered texture. I
sprinkle this into my roots and then massage in for a bit of volume. It’s okay, smells great, but does feel rather
odd and takes getting used to.
Plump Me Up Dry Shampoo: As well as being a great
texturizer, this also doubles up as a dry shampoo which I adore. Again, as with all VO5 products this smells
VO5 Plump Me Up Dry Backcomb Spray: If your hair is limp and needs some more volume without the damaging action of backcombing, this is for you! Smells great and once worked into the roots it does what it says on the tin.
#TXT Volume Supersizing Spray: I’m going to say now
this is my favourite out of the bunch.
It’s the newest out of the lot but I’ve found it does the best job of
adding height and volume to my thick and heavy hair. After spraying underneath sections of my
roots, I massage this in for a great bed-head look. Also smells great – would repurchase over and over.
& Bumble Thickening Dry Spun Finish: You can see my full review of this product
here! I wasn’t too keen on it at first
as I wasn’t sure it did anything much for my hair but I do like this spray.
TRESemme Texture Style Divine Definition
Spray: I’ve used TRESemme for years but mainly for their shampoo and conditioners which are super affordable, smell so good and do a good job of cleaning and conditioning my hair. I think this was one of the first styling products I’d used from TRESemme and it’s actually quite good! It’s really similar to the VO5 Dry Backcomb spray but with a different scent. You wouldn’t need them both.
TRESemme Texture Style Backcomb Dust: Again, this is really similar to the VO5 Oomph powder, sprinkle into roots, massage and scrunch and you are left with texture and volume to play around with. Great for updos.
There we have it. As I said, quite a few of these products are similar to each other (especially the Unilever brands). My favourite by far is the L’Oreal Volume Spray for it’s ability to add volume and texture into my long hair without leaving it feeling and looking dirty – it’s super affordable too.
What are your favourite texturising sprays?