Ever used a heat thermal protectant but it gives your hair to much weight and when you style it your curls drop? or your hair ends up flat?
This is what I actually battle with when I want to curl my hair. I was looking for a product that would be a 2 in 1 solution and give my hair hold while protecting it from heat.
I tried out a few styles using this spray and it worked! The scent was pleasant, the hold was perfect and overall I rate this product 10/10. If you want to curl your hair without stressing that after a few hours your hair will fall out then try this product with a finishing hairspray and curler, you won't be disappointed.
Side Note: try not to use a barrel curling with a barrel clip, this could make your hair have dents through your curls or press down for to long causing your ends to become damaged.
How I use the product
Firstly, I took the Paul Mitchell Flexible Style Hot Off The Press Thermal Protection Hairspray and sprayed it 10-20cm away from the hair. This covered the hair without adding too much product that can make the hair 'wet' and burn your hair when curling. Then I used a curling wand and held my hair against it, after 30 seconds - 1 minute I let the hair drop, scrunched it up in my hand and waited until the curl was slightly colder and to let it fall. After finishing a whole head of curls at the end I just sprayed my hair with the Paul Mitchell Invisiblewear Undone Texture Hairspray and ran my finger through to separate each curl. The end result looked effortless with texture and my hair held the curls for longer than they usually would.
Paul Mitchell Flexible Style Hot Off The Press Thermal Protection Hairspray protects fragile strands from damage caused by heat styling while it boots hair's strength, fights frizz and provides flexible hold. Adds great memory for effortless curls or smoothing with a hot iron.
Rice Hull Extract: builds a lightweight barrier between hair and heat styling tools
Wheat Proteins: deliver an extra dose of strength
Spray onto dry, finished hair before using a hot iron. Spray to lock in the look.