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January 7, 2011

White Sands Liquid Texture

I think hair products as a whole are hard to review.  Everyone has a different texture and if you color or treat your hair a product can react differently than it would on someone else hair.  White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Hold ($19, 8.5 oz) claims to excel when using hot tools because it contains thermal guards, color enhancers, and the ability to resist moisture. Liquid Texture Medium allows you to put a hot iron on wet product: the more heat applied, the shinier the hair becomes. Sounds, a bit scary doesn't it?  It is also great for blow drying enabling massive shine and full volume. 

I can attest as a woman with fine hair that has a bit of wave to it and is color treated this product works!  It holds better than most medium sprays and holds a curl or wave perfectly.  I was quite surprised at how well it worked and kept working.  My hair was shiny, the volume was definitely there and I could keep playing with my hair and styling it without it becoming overdone.  The only drawback I found was that when I used just a bit too much some sections of my hair could become a bit hard and stuck in place. Yes, the shine and volume was there but my hair also didn't move. I am not a huge fan of that type of hair overall.  I go a bit easier with White Sands Liquid Texture Medium now.

This style on Christina from the film, Burlesque was acheived using White Sands Liquid Texture Medium Hold Spray.  It's that amazing. 

MPR Rating: Four Stars.

Disclaimer: MPR was not paid for this post.  Products received are for review and testing purposes only.  Opinions are MPR's own. 

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