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What’s Your Favorite Drugstore Hairspray

Do you remember your prom
It was ages in the past for me, however it seems like yesterday.

Reader Vivian is at that time in her life, and she’s in want of some help together with her hair:

…I’ve been digging through your archives for the perfect drugstore hairspray that won’t make my hair like an honest-to-God bird’s nest, texture and all, but since I’m emailing you now, do you’ve gotten any quick recommendations

Thanks so much! Your blog makes me so enthusiastic about prom!
Hello Vivian,

Ah, prom… That’s an excellent place to be in life. I hope you’re having fun with it. 🙂
Before we get into the hairspray bit, let me first simply say that if you happen to haven’t began wearing sunscreen on your neck, then you definitely gotta start As we speak, woman. Belief me, in 10 years you’ll thank me for how to dye remy hair red it.

Now, onto drugstore hairsprays!
I usually use hairsprays to set a ultimate model, and there are two drugstore products I really like.

If I need comfortable, versatile hold (say, if I’ve curled my hair), I reach for L’Oreal’s Elnett Further StrongHold UV Hair Spray ($15). It’s an aerosol spray with UV protectors, and I really like wonderful mist. It doesn’t weigh down my hair and holds a hairstyle without flaking. Plus, it by no means leaves me with stiff or sticky hair.

But when the humidity’s high, or for some reason my hair wants some extra hold, I’ll grab Garnier Fructis Type Sleek & Shine Anti-Humidity Hairspray Ultra Strong ($4).

It controls the frizz, even in the rain (fab for those additional birds-nesty hair days), stays put all day long and costs less than a blended espresso.

MBB readers, let’s give young Viv a hand. What are your favourite drugstore hairsprays, and why do you love ’em

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