Texture in a (Drugstore) Can

Texture in a (Drugstore) Can | Re-Mix-Her
Texture in a (Drugstore) Can | Re-Mix-Her

My hair is naturally curly, which has been a lifelong struggle against frizz, shape, and humidity. The one thing my hair has never lacked in its naturally curly state: texture. I used to brag to my high-school friends that my whole head of hair could be held up with one bobby pin (which actually still holds true). However, you might have noticed as of late that I've been straightening my hair more and giving it a different kind of curl lately. When I straighten my hair, it tends to lose a lot of its texture, particularly on first-day hair.

Dry finishing sprays have been having a moment, but rather than forking over more than $40 for the Oribe version (which I've heard is addicting) or $30 for the Bumble and Bumble version, I've discovered a fantastic drugstore version that's . . . wait for it . . . $3! 

Enter Garnier's De-Constructed Texture Tease Spray. It smells amazing and gives serious grit to your hair. I've found it doesn't leave your hair sticky, just texturized (which is perfect for those days when you want a slightly messier, bed-head-esque 'do). Consider me converted!