How to Use Hairstyling Spray Without Making Your Hair Hard

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Just because you're using hair styling spray doesn't mean your hair will become "hard." Use hair styling spray without making your hair hard with help from a celebrity hair stylist in this free video clip. - Sponsor Content from L'Oreal

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Hi I'm Caile Noble, celebrity hairstylist and today I'm going to show you how to use a hairstyling spray without making your hair hard. Now whether you have straight or curly hair, everyone always wants to defeat humidity. Today our model has a beautiful wave and natural kind of curl in her hair. We're using a Garnier Fructis Flexible Control Anti-Humidity Hairspray. You're not going to want to go right in at the hair. You want to keep a nice distance, about a foot width from the hair and just lightly mist it onto the hair. Use your hand for any over spray you might have. Once you've sprayed it a few times like we've done, take a wide tooth comb or your hands through the waves. After you spray the hair a few times, keeping that foot length distance, you'll find the hair still has tons of movement yet holding that curl in place. You're going to want to take your hands and work it through your hair, creating a little lift and texture so it doesn't have that too set of a look. And that's how you use hairstyling spray without leaving your hair hard. I'm Caile Noble. Thank you for watching.


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