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Does see salt/texture spray work on bobbed hair?

(10 Posts)
Tinks15 Tue 06-Jun-17 22:34:38

Going away next week on holiday & don't fancy straightening every evening, I'm a massive fan of the beachy/wavy look but do these sprays work on short hair? Thanks

BroomstickOfLove Tue 06-Jun-17 22:38:59

My hair is naturally wavy. I have my hair in a jaw length bob and use salt spray to enhance the wave.

MiladyThesaurus Tue 06-Jun-17 22:39:03

Yes. I use texture spray on my hair all the time.

Tinks15 Wed 07-Jun-17 06:31:49

Thank you. Can I ask what you use thesaurus

LedaP Wed 07-Jun-17 06:38:18

Yes i do ot all the time.

My favourite is victorias secret salt spray but seems impossible to get in the UK. So i use this one. You can get it in most shops/supermarkets

MiladyThesaurus Wed 07-Jun-17 07:24:51

I think it's a sebastien texture spray I got at the hairdressers. I'm pretty sure the main ingredient is salt.

BroomstickOfLove Wed 07-Jun-17 13:04:54

I use the same as Leda. Lush do one that smells lovely, but costs around five times as much as that one.

WeeM Wed 07-Jun-17 15:13:28

Leda does that one go crunchy? I don't like the crispy feeling! I have shoulder bob and have just been using Amir Coconut surf spray that I picked up in TK Maxx - I totally love it. Spray on then diffused dry and stopped just before it's totally dry. Bit of hairspray to define and good to go. Problem is I probably won't be able to that spray again as I think it's American!

tccat Wed 07-Jun-17 18:52:46

I use it after I've dried my hair, spray three pumps of it on my hands and then mess up my hair

LedaP Wed 07-Jun-17 19:17:13

I have never noticed a crispyness tbh. I have quite fine hair so dont use tons. Just spritz and scrunch it in.

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