So, lesson to me to read the label. This is a hair spray with a light mist of colour, not a hair colour spray. If I can tell you the stiff strands I was left with from not concentrating; I kept spraying over and over thinking, ‘this isn’t very good’ until I could literally bend corners on my locks.
I have to say, even knowing how to use it properly now, if your hair is dark, you won’t get much of a result. If you’re blonde or lighter toned, you’ll probably get a kind of blue or purple translucent ‘halo’ on your hair but it’s not dramatic. If you’re already unicorn coloured, then this will very likely act as an enhancement. I like a little streak of colour – a couple of years ago there were some really good releases from L’Oreal which I used a lot (upgraded now to Colourista I think) when the bright hair shades were just starting to be a trend.
If you need a hairspray (strong hold) AND a colour halo I don’t think I know of any other brand doing the combination. I could only find it on Amazon and it’s nearly £18 HERE – which seems a lot.
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