Review: L'Oreal Infinium Hairspray

BRONWYN WILLIAMS
Last updated 12:29 26/09/2012
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MAY THE FORCE 4 BE WITH YOU: L’Oreal Infinium Lumiere Hairspray Force 4, $23.

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I'm a firm believer in hair that looks and feels natural, so I'm incredibly fussy about the products I use.

My leave-in conditioners must be lightweight, my heat protectant products almost non-existent in texture, and my hairsprays soft and flexible.

The problem is that I need my hairsprays to hold my flyaways and set my slippery soft hair in place without feeling hard or crunchy. Unfortunately it's very hard to find flexible hairspray that doesn't make your locks resemble cornflakes. My general rule of thumb was that the cheaper the product, the crunchier the texture.

The hairsprays I was buying were upwards of $40 a can, until I met L'Oreal's Infinium Lumiere.

It comes in four different strength levels, from a number 2 and 3 working hold, to 4 and 5 finishing and freezing hold consecutively.

I began using the Infinium Lumiere Force 4 as an everyday setter as I walked out the door, and I'll now never go back to another product.

Infinium Lumiere holds even my most elaborate hairstyles in place all day, gives grip to my hair to hold bobby pins in place, tames my flyaways without the crunchy effect, and brushes out easily. Best of all, I'm not paying anywhere near as much as I used to.

L'Oreal Infinium Lumiere Hairspray Force 4, $23.  

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