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Oribe's New Aerosol Line

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 10:00 PM
Oribe

Hair Care has just recently introduced its new aerosol line including three new sprays: Dry Texturizing, Soft Lacquer and Superfine Strong. With prom season in the works, hair spray can be a hairdresser’s best friend! So here’s the scoop at the sprays Oribe’s offering:

 Oribe's New Aerosol LineDry Texturizing Spray: This dry spray not only builds volume but it adds texture to any hair style. An alternative to dry shampoo this spray uses patented polymers to absorb oil at the roots leaving hair fresh and clean. This spray can also be used on the roots of clean hair to add some lift. This paraben-free spray refreshes any style, protects color with a UV protection system and leaves hair smelling great with Oribe’s signature scent. And, the bottle looks cool!

Interesting ingredients: This product contains Kiwi and Passion flower extracts (adds moisture and helps protect color), Ginger root extract (derived from Hawaiian white ginger, it promotes circulation and adds shine), Sunflower Seed extract (for shine), and Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein (conditions and renews damaged hair). 
Dry Texturizing Spray
 

 Soft Lacquer Hair Spray: This high-sheen finishing spray delivers shine with flexible hold. A light hold hair spray, it can be left untouched for a lacquer finish, gently mussed for light texture or used with hot irons for a polished look.

Interesting ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil (nourishes), Jojoba Oil (provides natural UV protection and shine), and Pro Vitamin B5 (strengthens and thickens hair). 
Soft Lacquer Hair Spray
 

 Superfine Strong Hair Spray: This is an intense hold hair spray that locks in any hair style. It’s ideal for securing updos and preventing frizz. This non-flake formula does not leave any residue and it provides maximum hold without making hair feel stiff.

Interesting ingredient: Plant-Derived Humectants (adds shine and body while repairing damaged hair). 
Superfine Strong Hair Spray
 

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