Saturday, 15 March 2014

L'oreal Paris Supersizing Spray | First Impressions

Hello everyone and I'm back today with a first impressions post. I thought I would mix it up and make this post about a hair product I recently picked up: The L'oreal Paris Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray (that was a mouthful) I picked up this product mainly for the reason I have very flat hair at my roots and need extra volume, but I have also heard a lot of bloggers talking about it, so of course I had to pick it up.

This is a new release from L'oreal and it's part of their Studio Line #TXT range, which is supposed to give you salon looks and is based around giving your hair body and texture. It says it 'gives back-combed volume and instant matte texture' which was what drew me to it in the first place. It is meant to be applied into the roots and then scrunched in for the best results.

When I first sprayed it into my roots it didn't make my hair feel crispy at all, which some texture sprays do. I then scrunched my hair at the roots, and it seriously looked like my hair exploded. But after fixing it up a bit, it looked fine and not like I had been dragged through a hedge backwards. The first thing I noticed was the amount of volume it gave to my hair, I am a big fan of messy wavy hair and this product really gives you a backcombed look. It also claims to give a matte look to your hair, which I actually noticed it did straight away, it created a really nice beachy look to my hair. It didn't way down my hair, if I'm honest it wasn't heavy at all, it's very light and left my hair brushable and not crunchy. However after a few hours of applying it I noticed the volume had completely gone from my hair, so it's not very long-lasting . That means I have to keep topping it up through the day, which isn't great but I think it's worth it for the amount of volume it first gives.

Have you tried this product out yet? If you have let me know your opinions. Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this post.

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm. I have wanted to try this but I've heard mixed reviews. I think I might just stick to my Charles Worthington texturising spray! :) That really worked on my hair.

    Ellis - Ellis Tuesday