ORIBE Dry Texturizing Spray Review

October 14, 2012

A quick post for Sunday. I thought I’d share something amazing with you which is the ORIBE Dry Texturizing Spray. I love it so much I even have multiple backups of it!

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ORIBE is a very exclusive and prestige haircare brand which is based in the US if you haven’t heard of it. They have lots of amazing products with the Dry Texturizing Spray being their award-winning star product. It’s a multipurpose product which can be used as:

1. Dry shampoo – For the hefty price tag (around $60!)I personally wouldn’t use it for this purpose as there are many cheaper products that can do the same job.

2. Adding mega volume to the roots and feels weightless and looks completely invisible on the hair – Amazing…I use it every morning to lift the roots.

3. Adding texture – I love spraying my hair with it after I curl my hair. It gives this effortless beach wave texture to the curl. I spent years trying to figure out how the models/celebs have  this “undone” and effortless wavy hair (just like they got out of the bed but much better), and this is the key product! Of course having highlights in the hair also helps to bring out dimension and texture. I have tried numerous texture sprays and I love this one the most as it doesn’t make my hair sticky and crunchy nor does it weigh my hair down. The particles of this spray are so small so they go on invisible and still keep your hair look natural.

Bottom Line: Expensive, but totally worth every penny! I bought mine here.

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Ameenah October 14, 2012 at 1:39 pm

I really want to try this! A lot of people seem to love it. xx

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Claire October 14, 2012 at 3:26 pm

I have very frizzy and hard to menage hair, no drugstore brand can handle my hair. I am good with Kerastase, Shu Uemura and Alterna Caviar (switching those brand, depends on what my hair wants). However, I got the chance to try Oribe and I am more than impressed. I agree with what you said. I also think, if you don’t have problems with your hair, it is unnecessary to buy expensive products. I always wanted something for my fine hair to add texture. Mega volume roots sound like what I need!

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Reika October 16, 2012 at 2:06 pm

Totally agree, Oribe is an excellent haircare line. I just wish they weren’t that expensive!

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Kassia October 15, 2012 at 6:07 am

I’ve never heard of this – but now I’m really curious to try it! I use the Oscar Blandi dry shampoo for my second-day hair on my roots, which does give a bit of lift but I find that it doesn’t last throughout the day. Plus it’s a tad chalky and I can’t picture using it on the length of my hair. But I’ve been wanting something to give my hair a bit more texture, and I’ve read so-so reviews of B&B’s texturizing product… this might be worth checking out!

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Reika October 16, 2012 at 2:08 pm

I only bought Oscar Blandi dry shampoo once and I didn’t like it. As you said it felt quite chalky on my hair. You should totally try out the Oribe. It is SO fine and weightless but does a great job!

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xo.l October 16, 2012 at 1:30 am

Oh, I think I might be interested in this!
How much is shipping from Space.NK to Melbourne, Australia?

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Reika October 16, 2012 at 2:09 pm

I bought them when I was in UK. You can find the shipping cost on their website :-) They do ship internationally.

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