If you’re not currently shopping Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Haul, I highly suggest you start immediately. It’s basically the Prime Day of the Amazon beauty-verse, meaning you can find deals on best-selling, viral and even top-tier luxury beauty products — like the cult-favorite Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray.
Beloved by celebs, hair stylists, TikTok stars and normies (like me!), the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray is like an invisible hair spray, dry shampoo and sea salt spray in one. It’s specifically formulated to create volume, bounce and sultry texture on every hair type while absorbing oil at the roots.
Basically, it’s the best — and it’s 10% off during the Amazon beauty haul.
As far as luxury hair care goes, the Oribe lineup is actually worth the hype. Think of Oribe as a brand like Bridgerton’s Queen Charlotte, and the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray is the Diamond of the Season.
Per the brand, the best way to use the texturizing spray is to spray it in small sections from the roots to the mid-section of your hair. I like to massage the hair while spraying to build volume and add that perfectly messy, tousled, voluminous look.
It’s also formulated with the signature Oribe scent, Cote d’Azur. IYKYK, but Oribe products honestly smell better than most perfumes out there, thanks to their special Cote d’Azur.
According to more than 8,000 Amazon shoppers, Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray is worth its cult-favorite status — and the price tag. “Love this product,” wrote one Amazon reviewer. “Gives my hair the texture I want, adding volume while allowing my hair to move naturally.”
“This has replaced hair spray in my daily routine,” wrote another shopper. “It gives my hair a ‘lift’ and texture that hairspray doesn’t. The product effects seem to last all day, even after brushing my hair multiple times. Its amazing scent is an added bonus!”
So, yes, highly recommend snagging a bottle of the spray before Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Haul is over.
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