So this Oribe Dry Texturising hairspray has built itself somewhat of a reputation among beauty bloggers over the past few months. With its bed-head, matte-texture giving ability – it’s basically become a flat-haired girls dream. But the major question being – is this spray with the money?
At a not-to-be-sniffed-at £38 for the large size, there’s no denying that this is a premium product. And one you need to know works before you hand over the cash. Even the purse size bottle is £18, so whilst that seems like a bargain compared to the full size, it’s a lot compared to your standard high street hair spray.
Is it worth the money then? Well, it’s a great product – there’s no denying that. It delivers matte texture and natural volume that has oomph but not ‘eugh’ factor – so your hair doesn’t feel grubby with this in. So major plus points there. Also, I’ve found the tubes last ages – as only a small amount of product is needed to see a result (you can pile it on if you want more dramatic volume of course).
As I have quite fine hair and find that when freshly washes it can feel a bit *too* silky – if that makes sense. It lacks hold – and this gives it hold. So love it on that front.
But as I said, there’s no denying it’s expensive. A great product and as much as I like it, I’m not sure I would want to pay nearly £40 to replace when it runs out. Somehow the £18 smaller size does seem far more reasonable… Yes, half the price and half the size… But £18 is more easy to stomach for a hairspray?!
What do you think – tempted by the raves or just no way you would splash out on this hair styling treat?!
Available from Space NK (£18-38)