If you think hairspray is only good for dousing a fussy updo within an inch of it’s life to hold it in place, then it's time to reconsider. With updated formulations that don't leave strands super stiff, hairspray can do so much more. Read on for 5 ways to use new school hairsprays.
Fake a fresh blowout: Fake a fresh blowout by using hairspray around your hairline, roots or any other areas that could use a refresher. Hit each section with Sebastian Shaper then blow dry with a round brush for added smoothness.
Boost volume: Fatten up fine strands by spritzing Big Sexy Hair Spray & Play Volumizing Hairspray onto your fingers, flip your head over and work it into the roots. If have more time, when blow drying spray your roots with hairspray then lift as you dry to creative volume.
Tame flyaways: In case you aren’t up for wearing the intentional flyaway hair trend use hairspray to keep your style smooth. Spray a brush with Paul Mitchell Freeze and Shine Super Spray then run it over your hair. This hairspray even has sunscreen!
Hide oily roots: Plagued with oily hair throughout the day? Use hairspray to refresh your roots. The alcohol in the spray will absorb some of the oil.
Groom Eyebrows: DermOrganic Fast Drying Shaping Spray can keep your 'do and unruly eyebrows in place. To groom your brows just spray some onto an eyebrow brush or an old mascara wand.
Don't you just love it when you discover multiple uses for a tried and true product?!
For the love of hair(spray),