Having flat and volumeless hair is not my favorite look but not all of us are lucky enough to rock natural big and bouncy locks, so when I first heard about the latest beauty blogger cult favorite I had to get involved. Yes, I am looking at you Charles Worthington Texturizing Spray (here). I think that everyone and their cat have been raving about this drugstore gem recently but I thought that another review wouldn’t hurt anyone, so here is how the tale goes:
Lion hair with tons of texture and volume at the roots is extremely difficult for me to achieve as I have quite a bit of it and it tends to weight down a little. And here is where the CW gem comes in. I just give my hair a few spritzes of this; wiggle my fingers through my hair a bit and I am instantly left with super big and bouncy locks. Basically, after my hair is nice and styled I go with the spray all throughout my roots and they double in size like a flash. I adore the way the spray lifts my hair and adds ‘backcomb’ effect – it’s beautiful. The texturizing spray actually has some of your typical hair spray hold properties to it, which I really like because I don’t need to use a separate product to set everything in place. This baby just gives you that amazing second day hair grit and makes the locks super voluminous at the same time. Brilliant.
The formula of the Texturizing Spray is lovely as it doesn’t leave greasy residue, nor does it feel stiff or heavy. One thing I have to mention though is that you need to allow at least 15cm. when you are spraying your hair. The first time I used it I got way to close to my roots and they got super sticky and crunchy. Keep some distance and you will be all good - promise. Now, you can also use the spray all over your hair for some added texture but as I have enough of it I just stick to using it on my roots. Plus, I find that if used all over, my hair tends to get knotty and harder to brush through. When I’m going for that ‘messy hair’ look we all love though, I absolutely love the results. For me the CW Texturising Spray is an absolute winner when it comes to bumping up my hair. I have never come across anything else that gives me so much of the perfect trio – volume, texture and hold. If you are looking for something to give your locks a bit of an umph – look no further!
Have you tried the Charles Worthington Texturising Spray yet? What do you think of it?