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Therese1 wrote: »
I've used the Sevi Blue Yarrow texturizing spray and the John Masters one. The Sevi one is quite moisturizing; the JM one is somewhat drying. I tend to use the Sevi one in the winter and the JM one in the summer.
I saw in another thread of yours that you are worried about damage from sea salt sprays. I think that if you watch your hair carefully, you shouldn't have a problem. It also seems to me that you have very healthy hair, since it hasn't been color treated, and I think that healthy hair is much more resistant to damage.
There is another texturizer you could try, the John Masters tangerine and vanilla bourbon. It is actually a waxy, oily, sticky mixture and not a salt spray. You use just a little bit, and you have to be careful to work it into your hair well or else your hair will look greasy.
There is a beach spray from Intelligent Nutrients that you could maybe try. I tried it once myself, but my hair got horribly frizzy due to the quinoa protein. If you don't have any such problems with quinoa protein, maybe this would be a product to try.
My hairdresser's all-time favorite texurizer is the one from Oribe. It's very expensive. I haven't checked the ingredients to see if there are silicones.
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