Blow-dry enhancers that will give you amazing hair
Get a salon look from the comfort of your own bathroom
InStyle Contributor / May 26 2017
We’re all for air-drying your hair and embracing its natural texture, but sometimes you just want to up the wow factor on your hair, without having to make a trip to your hairdresser. That’s where these products come in. Whether it’s volume, smoothing or texture you’re craving, these blow-dry enhancers will do just the trick. InStyle’s team share their favourite go-to hairstyling products.
Bumble and bumble Surf Foam Spray Blow Dry
“Part sea salt spray and part volumising mousse, this spritz works wonders for my ultra-fine strands without weighing them down,” says InStyle’s Editor, Emily Taylor about Bumble and bumble Surf Foam Spray Blow Dry.
Goldwell Kerasilk Volume Blow-dry Spray
“I never blow-dry my hair without a volumising product, and this mist lives up to its name. Not only does it dial up the volume, it also minimises frizz,” claims Hayley D’Onofrio, InStyle’s Beauty Director about Goldwell Kerasilk Volume Blow-dry Spray.
Kérastase L’Incroyable Blowdry Miracle Reshapable Heat Lotion
“This lightweight formula perfectly smooths my lengths without leaving them limp. The heat protection is an added bonus,” shares InStyle Content Editor, Sophie Goulopoulos about Kérastase L’Incroyable Blowdry Miracle Reshapable Heat Lotion.
Redken Beach Envy Volume Wave Aid
“One application gives my naturally wavy hair more definition and texture without leaving it feeling gritty the next day,” says Natalie Mell, InStyle Junior Fashion News Editor about Redken Beach Envy Volume Wave Aid.
Oribe Imperial Blowout Transformative Styling Crème
“After just one use, my hair looks so much thicker, feels silky soft, and it also leaves a gorgeous scent,” explains InStyle’s Deputy Editor Tania Gomez about Oribe Imperial Blowout Transformative Styling Crème.
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