Garnier Fructis Style Frizz Guard Anti-Frizz Dry Spray
Instantly helps eliminate frizz, static & flyaways
Dreaming of taming unpredictable frizz? Frizz Guard Anti-Frizz Dry Spray instantly zaps away frizz, static and flyaways anytime, anywhere. Tame & go!
HOW DOES IT WORK
Our lightweight, water-free and paraben-free formula,with Argan Oil from Morocco, helps seal strands to eliminate frizz caused by humidity or dryness. Hassle-free.
Ingredients: 477091 Butane, Alcohol Denat., Propane, Quaternium-91, Peg-8 Dimethicone, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Diisopropyl Adipate, Limonene, Pa Nt Henol , L in a Lool , Pa R F Um/ Fragrance, Butylene Glycol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ce Trimonium Methosulfate, Hexyl Cinnamal, Amyl Cinnamal. F.i.l.# D190413/1
Usage: Use after styling or any time throughout the day when frizz, static and flyaways occur. Shake well. Spray evenly onto dry hair where needed. Brush through.see more...
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Hair sticking straight out, up, and general extreme static electricity made it impossible for me to do anything but pull my hair up pretty much through the whole winter. I wasn't sure about this product since frizz isn't really the issue, but it did say it works with static so I decided to give it a try, honestly expecting it to basically be just like another hair spray. When I first shook the bottle and sprayed it out it didn't alleviate my skepticism because, expecting the wet stickiness of hairspray, nothing much happened and that surprised me. It comes out as such a fine mist that it's very reminiscent of compressed air. I couldn't see how that could do anything for my hair, but imagine my surprise when after spraying it over my head and running my fingers through my hair, an action that would normally leave the strands sticking out every which way, my hair stayed smooth and sleek. This even adds an increased shine. I don't brush it through, just spray it on and sort of work it in with my fingers. There is a slight fragrance when it's coming out but I don't notice the scent in my hair after that.
Usually one spray-over will do me for the entire day but occasionally I have noticed the static beginning to creep back in by evening, but then I just re-spritz and I'm good to go. So maybe throw it in your purse just in case to see how long it works for you and have it there as a backup should you need it again, but that's only happened to me once or twice. Ordinarily it does the job the entire day without needing a second coat. Best of all, not only did it control my static prone flyaways but it didn't leave my hair stiff and unmovable the way hairspray does. I'll definitely be buying this every winter.
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