I'm a minimalist when it comes to styling my hair, and the Living Proof Flex Shaping Hairspray ($24) clearly shares my philosophy. This 3-in-1 spray can be used on wet or dry hair and it works as a styling aid, setting spray, and a finishing hair spray. Mist it on your damp hair before a blowout, spray it on sections of hair before you use a curling iron, and use it to finish any look. It's the only product I need for all my go-to styles, and it doesn't weigh my hair down or leave it stiff and crunchy. It can be brushed and layered to suit a variety of styles, so when are you going to take it out for a spin?
Do you have patches of sticky layers on your bedroom floor or splotches on your bathroom wall, both of which can be directly attributed to the mist of your preferred hair spray? While hair spray is sometimes recommended to remove other stains, we've done some research to find ways to safely remove these tacky spots from any surface (even the leather headrests in your car). To find out what they are, keep reading.
Spring is finally in the air, and with that comes a flurry of social invites to outdoor drinks, rooftop parties, beach weddings — i.e., events that wreak havoc on the most carefully styled hair. Black 15in1 has long been a go-to for its hair care that seems to do everything all at once, and now that magic has moved into 15in1 hair spray ($9-18). Yes, you heard us. A brand-new aerosol hair spray that treats your hair as it keeps it from flying into your lip gloss.
Not only is it maximum hold, but it also has built-in UVA and UVB protection that's ideal for color-treated hair when you are standing outside at the aforementioned events, so you don't have to worry about your blond locks going brassy. And it's formulated to be humidity-proof, which we will definitely need come the steamy days of Summer. Treatment and a long-lasting style for under $20? Sign us up.
Any professional stylist will tell you that no styling kit is complete without a dependable hair spray. It's that final step that helps add shine while ensuring the ultimate hold. From maximum power to soft touch, click through to uncover the top 10 hair sprays you can find in drugstore aisles now.
The classic hair spray conundrum: which style-setter will work best for my hair without leaving it feeling like a brick? Check out three top options for all textures. Plus, uncover which spray celebrity stylists turn to time and again on the red carpet. On Kirbie: H&M, head piece by ban.do.
Why settle for hair spray that merely keeps your style in place when there are so many that do even more? We've rounded up three that make hair shinier and frizz-free — minus the stiffness. Say adios to helmet head, and hello to your new favorite hair sprays.
Whether your hair is straight, curly, short, or long, here's a quick and easy way to give your style extra volume and texture. All you need is some hair spray, a flat iron, and about nine minutes of your time. Check out my how-to now.
Ding! Every time a bell rings, an angel gets her lipstick, er. wings. And since 'tis the season for angelic ways, let's take a look at a few cherubic beauty goods. It turns out that shades of pink and blue, along with metallic accents of silver and gold, seem to dominate the color schemes of what beauty product manufacturers seem to think these celestial beings embody. So blast Aerosmith's "Angel," and check out these discoveries below:
- For your hair: Wash your locks (or body) with Philosophy's Snow Angel Gel ($16), give your style some hold with Nick Chavez's Angel Wings Light Hairspray ($22), and top off your coiffure with the delightfully sweet Giddy Giddy Angel Wing Felt Hair Clips ($16 for two).
- For your body: Nostalgia Organics's Angel Kiss Peppermint Joy Soap ($8) will awaken the senses — and maybe even your spiritual side.
- For your face: For a sweet touch, Boots No7's Stay Perfect Lipstick in Angel ($10) is a sweet pink accent. But every angel has its own set of problems, hence the Becca Fallen Angel eye makeup palette ($45), which includes a not-so-sinful opalescent peach highlighter, tawny peach lip and cheek crème, sheer peach gloss, and crème brush.
Holiday parties are right around the corner and we cannot think of a better reason to add some shimmer to your shimmy. For twinkle toes (and fingers) try Sephora by OPI's Merry Me! ($9) or Flurry Up ($9). Mix a little loose glitter like Make Up For Ever Glitters ($13 each) into your lip gloss, or apply over your lipstick to make lips look fuller. A glistening shadow over lids, such as Victoria's Secret Glitter Eye Gel ($20 each) or Nyx Glitter Cream Palette ($6), are both great for creating sparkly effects on the eyes. Just make sure to avoid a major beauty blunder through careful application and delicate removal. As for your hair, treat your updo with a glitter spray, like this one ($10) from Sephora Collection. And if your holiday ensemble bares a little skin, give it the diamond treatment with a lotion like Urban Decay Midnight Cowboy Body Shimmer ($28).