Dear AG Hair Cosmetics Texture Spray,
Hi. You probably don’t know me, but I know you.Advertisement
Wait — that made me sound like a stalker, didn’t it?
Sorry! I assure you, I am not a stalker. I mean, I love you, and I’ve been thinking about you all week long, but I am not a stalker.
I just wanted to drop you a line to say, “thanks.”
Thanks to you, my hair’s been swell, and I really appreciate it.
We’re a regular power couple, you and I. With you by my side, my mane’s been caught up in a tide of tousled, beachy waves, curling, coiling and cresting ever-so awesomely.
Instead of feeling (and looking) like a land-locked lass who toils in front of a computer screen all day, I feel (and look) like a total surfer girl. Carefree with curls.
Like I said, thanks. You’re the best.
Um…this stuff’s pretty great.
A lightweight, medium-hold aerosol styling spray designed for all hair types, it coaxes out waves, increases volume and shine, fights frizz and makes color last longer by protecting your hair from UVA and UVB rays.
Just spray on dry hair and scrunch. That’s it.
Scrunch, scrunch, scrunch…
I’ve tried a bunch of different styling sprays over the years to get that tousled, beachy hair I like, and this one’s cream of the crop.
A lot of these sprays leave me with Edward Scissorhands hair, but not this one. With this one I get stylish runway messy.
The lightweight spray doesn’t weigh down my hair, either. It leaves it soft with a beachy clean scent, which I like.
Other than the rather high $24 price, the biggest downside I see is how quickly I’ll go through the bottle. I’m noticing it already. I probably don’t need to use as much as I do, but I’m a product of the hair bear 1980s, when one would often go through an entire can of Aqua Net in a single day.
I have to consciously control my trigger finger, using short, controlled bursts; otherwise, I’m apt to envelop myself in a cloud the size of Texas.
This is my first time trying an AG product, and it’s a win. They’re a Canadian hair care line coming soon to U.S. salons and Ulta stores. They don’t test on animals, don’t use parabens, and devote a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their products to the Women Leading Change Foundation, which helps build schools and provide scholarships for girls in Africa.
Win, win. Great product, great cause.
AVAILABILITY: Coming soon to U.S. salons and Ulta stores
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: A- (it is a little on the expensive side)
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,