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- There are three basic types of hold to choose from for a hairspray - light, medium, and strong. The difference is the strength of the hold and the flexibility.
- The strength measures how much the hair will stay in place. The strength of the hold is affected by the size of the droplets that comes from the hairspray nozzle. Larger droplets tend to hold firmer onto your hair and smaller droplets usually provide a flexible hold.
- Flexibility is the amount of hair movement after applying the hair spray. Lighter and medium hold hairsprays allow your hair to have more movement and flexibility.
These have the least amount of hold. They are typically more flexible, allowing you to use them while you are creating your hairstyle.
A protective finishing spray that prevents frizz by providing humidity protection. It locks out frizz by creating a barrier around the hair.
Offers all the benefits of regular hairspray while making your hair appear to be thicker and fuller.
Adds weightless texture to your hair and creates a lot of volume.
A type of finishing spray that will add shine to your finished hairstyle.
Designed to be used before using hot tools, such as flatirons, curlers, and blow dryers. This spray adds a protective barrier to the hair to prevent damage.