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Re: hair spray recommendations please

I like Paul "soft spray" hair spray.  It holds my style, but is not stiff.  When I wake up the next day after using it, I can use a wide tooth comb and still style my hair. 

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Re: hair spray recommendations please

Thanks, everyone. I appreciate your suggestions.  

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Re: hair spray recommendations please

Kenra Volumizing Spray #25.  I've been using it for years.  

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Re: hair spray recommendations please

Marc Anthony, either the one with Argan Oil or Coconut Oil, I get it on ebay or amazon.

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Registered: ‎08-08-2010

Re: hair spray recommendations please

Verb Ghost Hairspray, it has a pleasant scent and is lightweight and brushable.  I've been using it since December.  I was previously using John Freida's hairspray which is also a good one.

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Re: hair spray recommendations please


@LaJo wrote:

Kenra Volumizing Spray #25.  I've been using it for years.  


@LaJo, I'm using the generic version of this from Sally Beauty Supply.  I like it.  I've never tried the real deal.

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Re: hair spray recommendations please

I like Nick Chevaz hair sprays. I havent gotten any for a while but liked the hold and that you can brush thru it.

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@LipstickDiva , what is the generic called?

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Re: hair spray recommendations please

Redken #12 in the black can. I love it.

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Registered: ‎03-15-2010

Re: hair spray recommendations please

I always used Kenra 25 but it is so expensive.

 

I tried Matrix Total Results-High Amplify as a little more afordable and like ti a lot.

 

They don't build up and are brushable to get a few days from a wash.