Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray

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I'm known for a lot of things (mostly my killer banana bread), but knowledge on hair products is not one. This is why I waited until I had finished a whole bottle of the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray before I publicized my thoughts. If you haven't heard of the cult favourite, it essentially absorbs oil and adds an incredible amount of volume & texture into your mane. If you're prepared to take out a second mortgage, it's a great alternative to dry shampoo. 

If you're anything like me and have very fine, mop-like hair, a dry texturizing spray is almost essential in your haircare routine. With Oribe, I like how it doesn't have such an overwhelming scent like some brands (ahem, Collab) and it doesn't leave your hair feeling like it needs a deep clean. However, it doesn't hold more than a couple hours, which I guess is why they make the travel sized versions for mid-day touch ups. I will eventually end up repurchasing it, and I get why people fall head over heels for it. Although, coming in at about $41 CAD, there's got to be a dupe hiding somewhere out there.