Being a teenager (and entering my 20’s) in the 90’s means poker straight hair was the order. And it remained with me for quite some time. Only in the last 2 or three years I started curling my hair.
It does take some time to get it right and now I think I finally got the hang of it. And the BaByliss Diamond Waves Wand, available from John Lewis, makes the job much easier.
Fine, flat hair. One of my beauty curses. Any help to fight it is more than welcome, so I was delighted to try the new L’Oréal Studio Line #TXT Wave Creating Spray.
Packaging is simple and effective, with bright colours – I personally like the purple/coral combination. The spray diffuses well delivering the right amount of product to the hair.
What I really like it is that it doesn’t feel like you applied anything to the hair – it doesn’t crunch or weigh down the hair.
L’Oréal says that the spray is to create texturised waves on straight hair and is specially formulated to help protect hair against heat. This last part is very important for me!
After applying to the tips of my hair, I used a curling wand to style. I then brushed and ended up with soft tousled waves. And an extra bonus: volume!!!
It also lasted all day – and when I woke up the next morning, they were still there!
This had to become a go-to product, which I am not surprised, as my previous one for curls was L’Oréal’s Hot Curl, also part of their Studio Line range.
It is priced at £3.79 for 150ml and you can find the Studio Line #TXT Wave Creating Spray at retailers country wide. More information on this product and others on the #TXT line at the L’Oréal website.
This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my own true experience with the products and reflects my honest opinion on them.