Hairspray: It’s a word that conjures up so many images—most of them outdated.
Consider gravity-defying styles like the beehive, pompadour, über-teased bangs, and big 80's hair; all impossible without this sticky aerosol fixative. Hairsprays of the past did the job of holding hair in its place—perhaps too well—making these spritzes synonymous with helmet head, hard-to-wash-out lacquers, a crunchy, gummy texture and alcohol-based formulas.
But those days are over. There are so many tricks today’s hairsprays can do—from hold to height and humidity protection—that this ‘80s staple is back in rotation.
A mix of argan oil and coconut extract to nourish strands while forming a barrier against humidity (they claim it reduces frizz by 87 percent). This fine mist dries instantly delivering light hold.