I picked this up a few weeks ago in the hopes of bringing some life to my straightened hair. Although when my hair is left in it's natural state it is quite thick, when I have blowdried and straightened it the roots tend to fall completely flat and it's not a good look.
I'm fairly wary of putting lots of product into my hair once I've styled it as I want it to last as long as possible to save on heat damage/ styling time. I was interested in the L'Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray after hearing positive things about it being a dupe for the famous Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray at a much more affordable £3.79 so I scurried off to Boots in the hopes of picking one up and was eager to try it out.
Sadly, I can't give this a positive review. I found that despite using it numerous times and spraying it directly into my roots and also into the lengths of my hair, it does nothing for me other than make it feel like I've got product stuck in the roots of my hair without giving them a boost at all.
It doesn't give me much volume or texture in the lengths of my hair, I've tried using it when I've just styled my hair straight and when I've curled it and it's just doing nothing for me at all. I really hoped that I'd found something to bring some life to my hair but the hunt is still on for an affordable texturizing spray. Next on my list of budget alternatives is the Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturizing Spray, which is double the price of the TXT Spray but will hopefully give me what I'm looking for.
Have you tried the TXT spray? Do you have any good alternatives?