How To: Hairspray with Garnier - The Fashionably Broke


How To: Hairspray with Garnier

Hair spray can be a very controversial product. It's gotten a bad rep over the years, I think mostly due to the "scrunch" era, for making hair look stiff and unnatural and crunchy and no one wants that. I've recently turned a corner with hairspray though, discovering new ways to use it.

As you've probably noticed I'm a big fan of Garnier Fructis hair products. Lately, I've been using their Anti-Humidity Hairspray from their new Texture Tease and Sleek & Shine line to polish up my blow-outs and loving it.

First, I just blow dry my hair like I normally would. If you need some tips on how to do a good blow-dry, you can check out this post here. Puppy not included. :)

Next, I use the Garnier Fructis Anti-Humidity Hairspray to smooth out the fly-aways and give the blow-out some extra body and even a little wave. It's like a curling iron and flat iron in a bottle, really. All you have to do is twist sections of your hair away from your face and spray. I usually do 4-5 big sections, hold each twist for a few seconds, spray and then slowly let it loose.

Then, I use the hairspray as more of a "finishing" spray by lighting spraying the roots of my hair, holding the can at least 6 inches away from my head. Using my hand, I then smooth out any unwanted frizz.

I can't live with out my hairspray now post-blow out. It's just a small change in my normal routine that proves big benefits. If you try it out, let me know how it goes!

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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Garnier Fructis via Mode Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Garnier Fructis.

Aug 28, 2014

1 comment:

  1. So beautiful! I'll need to try this ASAP!

    xx Abby

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