How to add volume to hair
L’Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray instantly teases your hair from the root to tip for a glamorous, texturized, volumized matte finish. It’s formulated with texturizing micropowders for a no crunch, brushable and weightless feel. Simple section dry hair, spray at the roots, massage and scrunch. For even bigger volume, keep building up the product till you reach your desired height.
L’Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray comes in a spray can and creates a fine mist upon application. It does have a lightly overpowering and chemically hairspray scent, but slowly disappears after a few minutes. It’s not the easiest to brush out, but most texturizing sprays aren’t. No matter how many layers you apply, it doesn’t seem to build up on the hair or look heavy. It also washes out fairly easily with a gentle shampoo.
L’Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray is probably the easiest way to add instant volume to the hair. In as little as 3 steps you can instantly add height and hold. A light application provides natural amount of volume, but you can certainly add more for an even bigger, bolder, dramatic effect. If hair starts to lose its plumpness during the day, simply massage the hair again and watch as it plumps up. It’s like magic.
L’Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray can be used in a multitude of different ways, although it’s not advertised as a multi-use product. For someone that has shorter, finer hair, like myself, it can also be used as an extremely lightweight hairspray. Although I know it’s not designed for that, it seems to hold my bangs in place for the entire day. It’s also perfect for second day hair, not the same results as you’d get from a dry shampoo, but because it’s mattifying, it takes the greasiness and oiliness out of the hair. I think this would also work amazingly at adding a little texture for a very natural, beachy wave kind of look by spraying the ends and then scrunching. It retails for $7.99.