BPGP: Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray
Feb 21, 2012
I have baby fine hair and a lot of it, so it falls flat in the D.C. humidity. Over the years, I’ve learned to live with my flatter, sleeker hair, but that doesn’t mean that I like it. I look at pictures of Adele’s perfectly full coif and feel a twinge of sorrow for the voluminous hair that I can only achieve out West.
Recently, a few of my readers suggested that I try Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($19.50 and $39). And since I’m a sucker for any product that promises fuller locks, I dipped over to Birchbox and ordered a can.
This product is a bit of a mixed bag. When I wear my hair down, I notice almost no difference. I spray it on, give it a tease and within ten minute, my hair’s flat again.
However, when I pull my hair into a ponytail or updo, this product provides insane amounts of volume. Buns, twists, messy updos, basic ponytails all become cooler and more beautiful thanks to the spray. This weekend, I pulled my hair into a Bardot-esque updo that reached heights never before reached with my hair.
If your hair just needs a little boost, this product will be perfect for you. If you have super fine hair, however, your mileage may vary. And if your a woman who likes updos, spray on this product for the highest heights of your life.
For more information on this spray and an instructional video on how to use it, try Oribe’s YouTube channel.