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Charles Worthington Texturising Spray - Review

By Georginacallen @georginacallen
Charles Worthington Texturising Spray - Review *please excuse the awful setting of this photo I was in such an excited rush I forgot that not only the product was in shot! 
I'm sure we've all heard so many people rave about the Oribe Texturising spray but at £38 but in all honestyl unless I win the lottery it is never going to be in my collection. Anyways when I read 'the battle of the texturising sprays' by Anna with her recommendation that this was the best budget buy I had to get my hands on it. It comes in at £6.99 and is often on 3 for 2 (like right now) it's a good buy but a little more expensive than the vo5 texturising spray I love. 
I found it very different from all of the texturising sprays I've tried it dispenses in the same way but is a lot more hairspray than dry shampoo. It's less tacky than hair spray but doesn't have the chalky texture of dry shampoo. I do really like this product for completely different reasons to the vo5 spray. This is perfect for adding texture to styled hair and for slightly setting a style without getting the crunch of hairspray. I don't find it's as good for just adding texture to my natural hair style. It's good to spritz over loose curls or waves to add a little more oomph to the style. 
I can definitely see myself buying this again - this and the vo5 spray together meet all of my texturising needs.  Charles Worthington Texturising Spray - Review

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