Dec 02, 2012 - @surething LOL! Me too. I just got this out after a year. In our defense the instructions are hard to read in the light yellow and they don't really tell you HOW to use it. Do I spray it directly on my hair or in my hands and rake through? REVIEW: I have baby fine 2/3a/b hair - it depends on how humid it is. I live in California so I usually use nothing because I prefer a natural look to a crunchy look and we normally have dry to semi-humid weather my curls love the latter and are good enough in dry. As long as I deep condition, co-wash or use sulfate free shampoo I'm good. However, this year the rainy season started early (normally rain means I put it up and the little curls stick out and I look cute) but I'm unemployed and interviewing this year. Last Thursday I would not be surprised if I don't get a call back based on my hair. It was all my types - 2a/b/c/3a/b all at once with poufy frizz on top. It looked great when I left but the day was misty. I stopped at the supermarket and got anti-humidity gel for fine hair from Pantene and blowdried it straightish and it curled up and looked decent. However, today I put the same gel in and decided to airdry and I had greasy over gelled multi-type hair. I came here to look for anti humidity stuff suggestions saw this and and I spritzed this on my mess and its 3a/b. It is a little gel crunchy but it already had gel in it. I still don't know if this will work as product but as a refresher - lets just say it's going in the brief case. I'll test tomorrow as a product since it is still supposed to be raining. I'm hoping for mist which my hair hates more. If it works I may hit Target and get the leave in as well. I gave it 4 curls because I still need to see how it holds up as a product.