I hate the feel of it, but if I spend the small amount of money for a blow dry after a hair cut, I insist the hairdresser absolutely plasters my hair with it as, without it, the blow dried style only lasts between 5 and 10 minutes. If it is a windy day, without hairspray the style lasts between 2 and 3 minutes. Guess I'm just tight with money.
I have too, and only a tad...but it really is a help, to keep all those little bits together.
Anyway I'm a Baby Boomer, show me one that has not used it.
In the 60's we had the''beehive hairdo'', and that took a half a tin!!!
I remember walking out of the hairdressers, loaded down and half drunk on the fumes, of that half a tin.
That's right Shelley. I have very fine baby hair, straight as a dye but I have a LOT of that fine baby hair and it is greasy. If I have a blow style and IF the hairdresser has snuck a little bit of conditioner in at wash time, the style will not hold more than 10 minutes (unless I plaster with hairspray). I also use the voluminising mousse before the blow dry. I had to physically demonstrate to the hairdresser the length of time my hair would NOT last in a slight breeze. Once we established that I was right and she was not, I got the styling done for Cup Week. She took a lot of convincing.
Ah, someone that understands! Lots and lots of fine hair, not so much of an issue with oilness but as soon as it becomes humid my hair just plasters to my head, most attractive!
The best weapon I have is a good regular hair cut so I am working with it not fighting against what nature gave me.