Who doesn't love hair that has some guts? If you're afflicted with the type of hair that drops moments after stepping outside or becomes flat, limp and wilty within a couple of hours of blow-dried it, you my friend, need a texturising spray.
Texturising spray is a bit of an "eh?" term though, isn't it? What, specifically, does it do? And how can we use it to make our hair look positively goddess-like, while avoiding crispy roots and sticky lengths?
Effectively, a texturising spray is somewhere in between a hair spray, a dry shampoo and a salt spray. As such, it performs the function of all three, so it offers up a whole lot of versatility in one bottle.
Spritz it into roots like a dry shampoo and massage it in with your fingers for extra volume. Lift up your mid lengths and mist it in to add a bit more movement. Or, use it to add a bit of grit when your styling (this is especially good with updos, when you don't want hair that's so slippy, it falls out).
From the classic favourites to the newbies hitting the shelves, we've picked out the very best texture sprays to turn your hairstyles from limp to full of life...