Spray Wax Is the Easiest Way to Get Effortless Summer Waves
By Danielle Fontana, Digital Editor |
First came hairspray, then came texturizing spray. The latest and greatest way to fake waves and texture: spray wax. (Think of these as your texturizing spray's older, more powerful, strong-willed sister.) If enhanced texture, hold and shine are what you're after, look no further than these must-have bottles—no messy jars of wax required.You May Also Like: 7 Things You Never Knew About Texturizing Spray
Drybar The Kicker ($26)
Whether sprayed into your palms and worked into dry hair or applied directly into strands (about six inches away), a few sprays of this finishing wax lets you fake lived-in waves and piecey dimension without a stiff or crunchy feel, all complete with the signature Drybar scent.
Paul Mitchell Spray Wax ($23)
If your hair is skewing a little on the flat side, this flexible spray adds volume and form while sunflower seed oil delivers a healthy looking finish to dry, damaged ends.
Redken Wax Blast 10 ($19)
This lightweight spray can be used on damp or dry hair and makes air-dried styles so much easier to manage when applied before drying. When sprayed onto dry hair, it delivers instant texture and a semimatte, nonsticky finish.