WHAT ARE THE BEST HAIRSPRAYS ON THE MARKET?
Finding the top hairsprays is always a challenge. If you have fine, curly, thick, thin, coarse, or need volume hairspray. Advertisements will claim they are the Holy Grail to your hairstyle needs. We end up purchasing them from the claims in advertisements and wording on the label discovering it just doesn’t cut it and hope the next one we purchase will be better.
Today’s styles need a top hairspray that hold, give volume but yet look natural. This is a far cry from the 80s and 90s where firm hold hairspray brands such as Aqua Net or Joico JioMist Maximum Hold was important.
I personally have struggled, even with tons of beauty product research, a father who does hair for a living to find the best hairspray on the market for the last five years. This all changed when I discovered Kerastase Resistance, Double Force. As most Kerastase products, Resistance, Double Force is pricey but worth it. It works great on my fine hair whiling not weighing it down and giving my locks some volume..
Below are the worst and best hairspray purchases I have made.
|Kerastase Laque Double Force||Over $30||Excellent hairspray for fine hair that is thin and flies away. It really gives it a professional look|
|Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Style Lasting Volume Maximum Hold Aerosol Hairspray, 11.5-Ounce (Pack of 3)||Under $15||For the price the hairspray works well for fine hair|
|Rusk W8less Plus Hair Spray, 10-Ounces Bottle||Under $15||I wouldn't buy this hairspray again. It just didn't work well and gave my hair a dry tangled look.|
|Fresh Concepts Pearspray Hairspray 10.6 Fl||Over $20||Awful hairspray not worth a dime.|
|ENJOY Color Holding Formula Conditioning Spray 10.1oz/300ml (PACK OF 2)||Under $50||Pricey but an excellent hairspray for fine problem hair|