This is what my stylist uses on my hair when he needs it to style after a shampoo. As you know, super-clean hair is stubborn to style, especially if you have thick and slick hair, like mine. Some people use dry shampoo for this purpose, but for me, it gets too sticky and gross, leaving your hair feeling chalky, not touchable.
Davines Defining Texturizer spray is designed to bring life and volume to fine hair, but it works just as well on heavy hair is listlessly deadweight. It’s light, it moisturizes, and the mineral-rich Bio-Extender in the formula strengthens. Spritz it on wet hair to give it texture while you’re blow-drying, or if you plan on doing serious styling, spray on dry hair so you can work the brush and blowdryer to make your hair behave. It’s also great if you’re using curling iron; it actually makes your hair hold the curls better.
Just don’t use too much, or your strands will start to feel heavy. This stuff may seem like water – don’t be fooled. Don’t think you need to spray a lot for potency; this is stronger than it appears. But the right amount is perfection, leaving your hair with texture that’s still soft to the touch. Available for $22 at Davines salons.