I admit I haven’t used hair spray since high school but the Balm En Root Hair Spray could possibly change my mind! Just saying hair, loads of bangs, and a ton of hair spray were all the rage in my high school years and so was dying your hair with kool aid, stuff like that really happened. Although as I recall Sister John was none to happy with those of us that dyed our hair outrageous shades using liquid powder drink mix.
Sometimes you have to look back on your younger years and think WHY!?
Needless to say I wasn’t terribly tempted to try out the Balm En Root Hair Spray, I thought I left the need for stiff, crunchy hair behind…
But hey, this isn’t so bad at all!
I did my hair in an inverted french braid on Saturday night and proceeded to worry that it would frizz up. I took special care with it but needless to say my hair is a mass of waves and curls so I figured a little spritz of hair spray wouldn’t kill me too much.
I admit I was worried this would make my hair super stiff and that wasn’t the look I was going for. But I actually liked the En Root Flexible Hold formula (it’s also available in Strong Hold)! It didn’t make my hair stiff, crunchy, or even sticky and it held together my look without it frizzing up plus it has a rather pleasant scent too. So I’ve now taken to using it to hold back my hair for the past two days as I typically wear a bun and a headband when I’m at work to keep my hair out of eyes and presto! Works a treat at keep my hair smoothed back because omg, does my hair frizz around my head as the day ends…! This keeps things nice and smooth.
I’m possibly back to believing hair spray can be helpful again!
How do you manage your hair?
Are there any hair spray users out there?
the Balm’s new En Root Haircare Collection is available now at thebalm.com (you’ve no idea how much fun I have typing out the balm dot com, dork mode here!).
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