These issues became the catalyst that began my search for a product that might combat the fluff. I am getting more and more pressure to flaunt my locks at work, as a stylist I should showcase my ability to be stylish, instead of hiding my mass of fluff under an extensive collection of hats, therefore, I needed a product that would not weigh my light and fluffy hair down, but would also control it and keep me from looking ridiculous. A while back the salon got a few new Session Series products from Catwalk to try, one of them being a salt spray. Other product lines call it an ocean spray, sea salt spray, or beach spray…but a rose is still a rose right?
This product does a great job of making my hair feel coarse and thick, even dirty; just as if I had spent the day swimming in the ocean. This may not sound all that good, but trust me it is. By making the hair coarse, it is less fluffy and has less fly-a-ways. By making it feel thick, it makes it appear fuller and more stiff so it doesn’t fall flat and has more volume. As for the dirty…well that just means you can still tell there is product in the hair, but I am willing to deal with that since it makes it more of a full styled look as opposed to a dried dandelion head in the wind. It works best if you blow dry right after spraying, and remember this product alters the texture of the hair from smooth and flat to course and full, and though it has a bit of a hold quality, some hair spray may be needed once you get your hair the way you want it.