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Tried and tested: hair sprays

BeautyBy Sunday World
Tried and tested: hair sprays

Are you stuck in that horrible middle ground of either not enough hairspray, leading to a flyaway nightmare, or too much, leaving locks looking almost crunchy? Well fear not, we’ve rounded up the top hairsprays currently out there.

ghd Final Fix Hairspray – 4/5

I love this hairspray, especially the handbag sized version which I keep in my work desk for any last minute hair emergencies. It’s lightweight and non-sticky, so doesn’t leave the dreaded wet look crunch. It brushes out really easily too, meaning hair can be styled again the next day without being washed. If I really needed to keep my hair in place I might go for a spray with a tiny bit more hold, but overall it’s a strong choice. Also available in a bathroom friendly 400ml size.

Pantene Hairspray - Ice Shine - 4/5

This spray is designed for fine hair and aims to give your locks volume and shine. While I'm not a big hairspray user, Pantene has definitely won me over with this product as not only does it keep my hair looking full for a long time but it also makes it look healthy. It brushes out super easily too, meaning there's no need to drench your tresses under the tap after using it as it's a grease-free finish. Great for everyday or evenings out.

Charles Worthington Diamond Shine Hair Spray - 4/5

This Charles Worthington hairspray is perfect for when you’re looking for a high-shine effect or a slicked back style. The formula features polymer technology to create a glossy veil, while also providing lasting hold. It brushes out nicely as well, in case you feel like you’ve sprayed too much on. For hair which requires added staying power, just reapply a second spritz.

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