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Review of Oribe Haircare's Hair Refresher

Alison Alhamed | February 1, 2013 | 11:53 AM

Hey guys, Alison here with my very first video blog. Be gentle.

I recieved Oribe Haircare's Hair Refresher spray--essentially a hair fragrance designed to neutralize odors and cut static--and it is fantastic!

If you happen to be one of the few hairdressers who actually get time to eat a lunch, and your hair happened to pick up a few of the not-so-pleasant scents, or you're a smoker, this spray cuts the odor without adding any weight to your style.

Your clients who live in cold climates will love it because it's perfect for removing the electricity in the air that is so common in the winter--forget dryer sheets!

The best part is the scent. It's formulated with Oribe's signature scent that clients love found in Oribe products like Dry Texturizing Spray and Supershine.

Spray onto dry hair day or night, and enjoy the Aloe Leaf Extract and Amber Extract that conditions and nourishes the hair.

The 1.6 ounce aerosol is $22, get details on oribe.com, and make sure to tell us what YOU use to cut static or odor either in the comments below or on Facebook.

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