Sunday, 2 March 2014

L'Oréal #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray

Say hello to my new favourite texturising spray! My hair is incredibly flat even though it's fairly thick - I pretty much have myself to blame half the time because I tend to straighten it a lot. But it really lacks volume and I hate that. All I ever want in life is for my hair to look like I've not made any effort at all and it just looks naturally fabulous every day. Wouldn't we all, eh?

L'Oréal #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray is a bit of a drugstore dynamo. It wakes up lacklustre hair with just a couple of sprays. I like to use this when I've just styled my hair to give it a bit more volume. I do this simply by separating my hair into a bottom and top layer, and spraying at the roots. I then use my fingertips to ruffle my hair to create the desired texture and volume. It couldn't be easier! And if you find that your style drops throughout the day then all you have to do is use your fingers to scrunch your hair again. 

The texture of the spray is mattifying, and I find that my hair doesn't feel crunchy or stiff like it would with a hairspray (I also found this with the Bumble and Bumble Thickening Spray too, unfortunately). This product is also brilliant if you're a fan of clip-in hair extensions. It's great for creating a sturdy hold for backcombing hair and hiding the clips! You can use it for messy up-dos too, and it helps make two-day hair appear less greasy because of the mattifying formula - hooray!

Overall, I really don't think you can go wrong with this texturising spray, especially for the price and size of the product. It has multiple uses and will work well with a variety of hair types and styles. Speaking from experience, it really gives flat hair that extra bit of oomph without making it sticky and unbrushable. 

L'Oréal #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray retails at £3.79 and is available from Boots.
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  1. I have been using dry shampoo to try and give my hair some volume but this product sounds perfect! Will definitely have to try it xx

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    1. I'd definitely recommend this for you! It's totally affordable as well! Xx

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  2. I've been using the Charles Worthington one for a few weeks which is also really good, but I can only use it if I'm going to wash my hair that night so it's an every other day thing for me!
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    1. I've heard good things about the Charles Worthington spray but I'm glad I went for L'Oréal in the end! Xx

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  3. I'm not a big fan of Bumble and Bumble's thickening spray, I definitely need something a little less sticky and more nice to use - and I like that this has a mattifying quality! x

    Kathryn | effievanity

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    1. I agree, and I really hate the smell of the Bb Thickening Spray which is just a massive turn off for me! I really rate this though! Xx

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  4. I'm always looking to create a bit of volume in my hair without completely ruining it so I need to try this. My hair is rather stubborn when it comes to various products but hopefully it'll accept this one.

    Raise The Waves

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    1. It's cheap, works well, and is quick to do! You should definitely give it a go! Xx

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  5. This sounds lovely! I haven't seen it in Canada yet but I'll definitely have to keep my eyes out for it. xx
    Celina | The Celution | Bloglovin’

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    1. Ooh I hope it comes your way soon my lovely! Xx

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  6. I've been toying with buying this for a while - think I might just have to do it, it seems amazing! :) xx

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