You know the deal: you go to the hairdressers and have a million and one products recommended to you but then you get them home and they just don’t live up to your expectations. Well, I've now found a hairdresser who I love and trust and would believe any recommendation she makes – thanks to the Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger HydromistBlow-Out Spray.
I was explaining to my hairdresser that I struggle with my hair becoming frizzy when I blow dry it and she recommended this spray and as they had it on offer anyway I thought I’d pick it up and give it a go. When I first used this product I was honestly blown away with how well it worked. My hair felt smooth and sleek and I was a very happy bunny.
The first thing to mention about why I love this product is the smell – I adore it! It is gingery, as the name suggests, which might not be to everyone’s taste but I love it and really enjoy using it because of the smell. Using this product couldn't be easier: the pump dispenses the perfect amount of product to spritz evenly over my hair and I can tell this bottle is going to last me a long time as one spritz goes a long way. Unlike some sprays, this doesn't weigh my hair down or leave it feeling anything but smooth – sticky, gritty hair is a definite no-no so that is another plus for this product! The final bonus is that it also claims to protect the hair from damage, meaning that you don’t need to use a separate heat-protecting product.
Overall I am really pleased with the Awapuhi Wild Ginger Hydromist Blow-Out Spray (bit of a mouthful I know!). I use it every time I blow dry my hair and I would definitely repurchase, even at full-price. I paid £10 for it from the salon but I've found it online: £15.45 from ukbeautyclub.co.uk and £18.95 from feelunique.com or head to Google to find out where else you can buy it. I’m also tempted to try some other products from the range too – I could always do with a new hair mask…!
Have you tried any products from the Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger range? What is your favourite hair styling product?