I’m pretty no-nonsense when it comes to my hair. I have stick-straight strands that I can let air-dry without any problem (besides a lack of volume), and I wear a simple, long, layered style that works for my face shape and lifestyle.
But I’ll have to admit…it gets a little boring.
To add a little bounce to my fine, straight hair, I like to use sea salt sprays and texturizers. While I’ve been loyal to my John Masters Organics Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray for years, my stylist at The Salon introduced me to a new line of products, Kevin Murphy. I tried the Kevin Murphy Hair Resort at my last visit. I’ve added this paraben-free beach texturizer to my slim hair care product collection, and I’m amazed at the way it helps me achieve a beachy wave. Bonus: It smells amazing thanks to tangerine peel oil, honey extract and grapefruit extract.
When my stylist used Kevin Murphy Hair Resort on my locks, she had fully washed and dried it before adding a dime-sized dollop of texturizer into her hands. She lightly smoothed it into my tresses, concentrating on the middle of the hair shaft and making sure not to add too much product in any one place.
After applying Hair Resort, she took a flat iron to my head and created soft curls all around. She then lightly tousled the waves with her fingers to make them appear more natural, adding a slight bit more Hair Resort in the process.
She finished the casual style with a slight mist of natural holding spray, but I’m wondering if a little more texturizer — in the form of Kevin Murphy’s new Hair Resort Spray — could have added an additional bit of oomph to my hair. Maybe I can finish my look with the John Masters Organics spray I already own.
Regardless, the waves held up for the rest of the night and into the next day, and my locks didn’t feel heavy, oily or stiff. My hair had just enough salty grit in it to feel thicker without being unruly!
At $25, it’s pricier than my beloved John Masters Organics Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray, but I feel like because Hair Resort is more of a gel form, it’s easier to only use what I really need (that dime-sized dollop) instead of constantly misting my hair with too much sea salt spray.
Straight-haired ladies: What do you do to add waves to your hair? All ladies: What products are in your hair-care arsenal? I’d love to know what I’m missing out on! Tell me your picks in the comments section.
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