Giovanni L.A. Hold Hair Spritz

I originally bought this Giovanni hairspray because my mom recommended it, and she is infinitely better at doing hair than I will ever be. Actually, I think she bought it for me. And I guess technically it's a "hair spritz", since Giovanni is an eco-conscious brand and doesn't make aerosol products. The chic packaging (especially for the drugstore!) is recyclable, well-made, and won't look tacky on your bathroom counter. I also appreciate that it's easy to see how much you have left. I am pretty low-maintenance in this department, so I won't embarrass myself by pretending to know anything more than the basics of hair products. I use a little hairspray on a clean E.L.F. mascara wand every day to tame flyways and baby hairs around my hairline, and for that purpose, this stuff is great. I've also used it occasionally to hold a curl, and would describe it as a "soft hold" spray. The fine mist maintains the hair's shape without crunchiness, and you can easily brush it out the next day. The "maximum hold" claim Giovanni makes is relative - the hair spritz lacks the tenacity of heavy-duty aerosol sprays, but as far as "natural" options go, this is about as good as it gets. After all, this probably is going to be the maximum amount of hold you're going to get from such an earth-friendly product. Giovanni L.A. Hold Hair Spritz is $6.11 at iHerb ($5 off your first purchase with my referral code: BEH289), $7.95 on Giovanni's website, $8.49 at, and usually between $8 and $9 in-store at CVS and Whole Foods.

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