Updated: Nov 13
One of the things hairstylists get asked the most is product recommendations. I only carry 4 hair product lines in my salon. I retail Olaplex, Enjoy, Brazilian Blowout, and Verb.
Throughout the blog, I have spoken a lot about the first three product lines mentioned above. I recently brought in Verb. I don't carry the whole line but I absolutely love their styling products. I loved it so much I just had to bring it into Charm. I had to share the goodness with my guests and my stylists.
Texture waves are in. You know the ones I'm talking about, that Pinterest hair! I love doing that look on my clients and myself. For me to get textured waves, It has a lot to do with the way the hair is curled and the products I use.
Let's talk about Verbs Texture Spray
This spray is lightweight. You can use it wet or dry. I love using it on dry hair.
Verb's texture spray gives your hair the grit that's needed to get that separation to your curls. It provides volume and it also provides hold. It's not to heavy so you're still able to brush your hair at the end of the night.
The "How-To" get Textured Waves/Curls
I like using it on dry hair. After I curl with one-inch or a 1.25-inch rod, I'll shake the bottle and spray it about 8-12 inches away from the hair. I then "scrunch" the curls. You can also use your fingers too help separate the curl. There's not a need to spray any hairspray after since it has a good hold.
Texture Spray and Braids
This is a great spray to help stretch out your braid and create that volume and textured braided look.
This spray has no parabens, sulfates, or gluten.
Watch my reel on how I get my textured waves @charmedbycrystal