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As new products emerge and innovation in haircare makes leaps and bounds, there are a plethora of new tools and techniques to try on the daily. Picking a hair colour or cut can be a commitment, but when it comes to your style, there are endless ways to finish the look! If there is one thing we know, it is that texturisers make all the difference when taking your style to the next level. Keep reading to learn more about hairspray and texturisers – which to use and when!


SESSION.SPRAY has always been a fan favourite when it comes to unbeatable hold and the ability to restyle. Created specifically for use on set when more than one look is needed to achieve the shot. This spray will lock-in your style and create memory, but can be brushed out with no flakiness.

Going one step further, SESSION.SPRAY FLEX gives you even more flexibility whether you’re on set, at the salon or heading to the beach! Choosing hairspray over a texturiser is a great idea when you need to protect your blowout, updo or undone waves from the elements – heat, humidity, wind, or anything else that comes your way. Hairspray can also be combined with a texturiser to add a layer of protection – simply layer SESSION.SPRAY or SESSION.SPRAY FLEX over either DOO.OVER or BEDROOM.HAIR for a complete look.


Inspired by POWDER.PUFF, DOO.OVER not only has texturising abilities, but it will also give you a fresh feeling on second-day hair. DOO.OVER has all the attributes of a dry styler mixed with a dry shampoo. It is the perfect answer for any client who requires volume and texture with hold, or just an extra day before washing their hair. It can be used from the roots to the ends when you want freedom and movement with flexible hold. It is different from a hairspray with its ability to add volume and separation where you need it most.


BEDROOM.HAIR is the answer to all your “I woke up like this” dreams. With lighter hold than DOO.OVER, this flexible formula contains Sunflower Seed Extract, Ginger Root Extract, and Camellia Leaf Extract to create touchable texture. Whether creating undone waves or voluminous curls, you’ll fall in love with its lightweight feel and ability to create a soft finish.

As a rule of thumb, hairsprays should always be applied after texturisers. First, use a texturiser to get the type of texture you want and then use hairsprays to seal and finish a style.

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