Garnier Fructis Hairspray Review

As I’ve stated before, most of the items I share on this site are items that I absolutely love and have used for almost a decade. Today’s product is no exception. I have used this hairspray (in the #2 variety) for at least a decade, if not longer.

Garnier Fructis hairpsray

This hairspray works well as both a finishing spray as well as a styling spray. What do I mean by that? While it dries quickly enough to help keep styles, it has a long enough dry time to allow for a bit of manipulation. It is also flexible enough (as the front of the container would suggest) so as to allow for movement and thus, avoid the dreaded “helmet head.”

Although I wish I was, I have not been a fan of non-aerosol hairsprays. The fineness and area targeted by the actual spray of a non-aerosol product has never proved effective on my mane. They always seem to give a concentrated actuation in one area, that then has the appearance of being quite incongruous with the rest of my hair. Having said this, there have been a fair number of aerosol sprays that have had this unfortunate effect as well.

This hairspray has worked for me regardless of my hair length. It does not make my roots or bangs look greasy (although, I imagine this could be altered by the amount used). It works to help hold a flexible style, and it has a pleasant scent that dissipates quickly. I should mention, however, that if you are looking for an industrial strength hairspray that will hold in all kinds of weather, this product may not suit you.

Garnier Fructis hairpsray

This is currently the only hairspray I purchase, having chucked several unappealing ones in the trash over the years (I have little patience for hair products that don’t perform as proclaimed). If you are looking for a light, soft hairspray, this could be for you. While it probably won’t handle keeping your faux hawk upright all day, it usually manages to keep the frizz down a bit, without being shiny or sticky.

What are your favorite hair products? What should I try?

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