If you've got a sensitive scalp like mine that's waiting to erupt in an unexpected flaky mess, you will know how difficult it is to use hair volumising powders. I used to swear by my all time favourite OSIS and always had a back-up in my handbag for on the go hair volumising emergencies. Yes they exist. It however took me a very long time to realise that it wasn't suitable for my poor sensitive scalp and left it extremely itchy, flaky and red.
I couldn't find anything to replace the beloved Schwarzkopf production and for the sake of my scalps health and to avoid any more hair falling due to that, I had to compromise with the volume around the crown area and started living with limp hair. Can you imagine the stress it must have caused to a hair obsessed person like me?
Only recently during London Fashion Week did I come across this baby and oh boy is it a gorgeous formulation or what. It was apparently responsible for all those high barnets you must have seen strutting on the runway this season. What I love about this is that it doesn't come in contact with the scalp at all. Because it's in a spray format, it works pretty much like a texturising powder but without having to rub it into the roots.
I've tried many volumising sprays before and nothings worked as good. Sprays most often don't work for me in the volume department but this is an exception that I will have to re-purchase once I'm out of it. It creates immediate volume around the crown area also works to add a dash of oomph on the tresses.
So if you're looking for that hair va-va-voomer for this season, give this one a try. It's perfect for textured up-do's, beehive buns, beachy waves or just to mimic a back comb effect around the crown area.