Saturday, 26 October 2013

L'Oreal Texture Infinium Hairspray Review

Hey Beauties!
Sorry I haven't been blogging that often, I just didn't have much to say and I don't want to write pointless posts.


So a while back I found myself in the situation where I had absolutely no hairspray so, as you do, I went and bought some. I usually just stuck to the one brand, Tesco own brand (livin' life on the edge) and I suppose it did the job.
I picked up L'Oreal Texture Infinium from Chemist Warehouse for about $6 (371ml) I think.


It claims: 
"Dryness with dramatic long lasting results"
''...ability to comb and recomb hair without residue while providing shape memory"

I haven't use a lot of hairspray brands so I can't compare it but I do like it. It doesn't smell like anything specifically but I quite like the smell.
It holds your hair but doesn't leave it feeling hard and crispy like some hairsprays do (although I like that feeling!)
It says that it sprays evenly, which it does, but I find the nozzle sometimes gets clogged which can be annoying and I have to clean it after every 2/3 uses.

I would recommend this hairspray as it holds your hair and allows you to restyle without difficulty.

Any recommendations???


xxx

12 comments:

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    1. Oh thanks very much :) I'll be sure to check out your link :)
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  2. i haven't seen this before, so i'm glad you shared it!

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    1. I hadn't seen it either so I was curoius to try it and see :) xx

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  3. Great post it sounds good I like the boots own brand but i want to try this :)
    Meg xx

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    1. I haven't tried the boots own brand. I miss Boots so much! xxx

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    1. Yeah it does the job so it works :D xx

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  5. Good to hear it doesn't make your hair feel crunchy :-)

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    1. It does slightly but I wouldn't say it was a fault. I actually love the crunchy feeling :D

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  6. great post !
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