My hair presents a challenge of unparalleled resistance for valiant efforts to transform it into a coif worthy of 1975. Defiantly straight by dint of Catalan recalcitrance and Pawnee savagery, my lovely black locks are in no way cooperative when blow-dried and sprayed to sweeping layers. Faith, not a spray prior yielded adequate results, either conspiring with my hair to burden its lazy slump skullward or setting it stiff and firmly prepared for high impact should I be thrown from a motorcycle.
Rejoice! The war's over, and as always, I've won! Not only does the flexible hold variant of Aussie's vaunted aerosol solution wait but a few crucial minutes to permit essential brushing after applied, but it sets with sufficient firmness to assure hold without concrete fixity. Its fruity odor is nothing to sniff at either, filling the air about head momentarily with a pleasant and mercifully faint scent reminiscent of bubble gum.
If you've sought a functional product betwixt weakly uncommitted sprays and propellant epoxy, this is almost certainly what you're looking for. At a price seldom exceeding four reserve notes (though often sold at two and one-half), this big can is available for everyone.
Pros: Nice scent, non sticky, no flaking, holds naturally, no hard hair Cons: Isn't a freeze type spray, doesn't hold up real well in extreme conditions The Bottom Line: No crunch and no helmet head. This holds my hair with a natural look and feel. Not as effective as freezing sprays but darn good for the price! I have been using my curling iron more than usual lately because my hair is getting crazy long and needs some body. … more