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Living Proof Hold Hairspray, Shampoo & Conditioner

Living-Proof-Hold-HairsprayI have tested out a number of Living Proof products, and I recently tried out samples of the new Living Proof Hold Hairspray and No Frizz Shampoo and Conditioner. Living Proof Hold Hairspray is a reinvention of your traditional hairspray. When hairspray was first created, women were looking for a product to keep their elaborate hairstyles firmly shellacked into place. But today we have looser, freer styles and want hold that’s soft and shiny. Living Proof’s team of scientists (yes, scientists) created a new blend of polymers that form a flexible “web,” joining the strands but never freezing them into place. They created a spray that gives flexible hold, does not flake, and never leaves hair looking dull.

Hold Hairspray is an aerosol spray that allows you to create and maintain your style without fear of buildup or frizz. Hold Hairspray features Living Proof’s revolutionary humidity-blocking technology PolyfluoroEster and is formulated without Parabens. Hold Hairspray provides serious support to even your most intense updo, but allows for movement, softness, and incredible shine. Living Proof’s Hold Hairspray won’t be available until next month, but it will be sold at Sephora, QVC, and  Price: $24.00/5.5 oz. or $15.00/1.8 oz.


I also recently tried out the travel sized Living Proof Shampoo & Conditioner. Both the shampoo and conditioner feature Living Proof’s anti-frizz technology. They’re super light weight. Like the other Living Proof products, they use PolyfluoroEster, which creates an invisible shield on the hair to lock in moisture. It’s also suppose to help keep your hair smooth and clean longer between washes. Living Proof Shampoo & Conditioner are ideal for all hair types, and are sulfate- and silicone-free.  Price: $10.00/2 0z. or $24.00/8 oz.

An editorial sample was provided by the company so I could review this product. Please see my About page for further information on Disclosure policies.

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