I recently attended Cream Silk’s Vibrance Studio with Pia Wurtzbach, and at the hairstyling booth they had all the hairsprays on display. Level 1: Texture is all about a long-lasting but touchable hold. Level 3: Boost is the most recommended for curls as it is at the balance of providing a stronghold without compromising volume. I am sorry I do not remember which one of the four was used on me, but I can be sure it is from this collection.
This is me after getting my hair done. Thank you Reymark of Lourd Ramos salon for styling my hair! Reymark went for a really quick style as the program was already starting while I was getting my hair done. He had to curl bigger sections of hair together than usual to make it faster to do. He used TRESemmé Compressed Micro Mist to set it in place. This is the result wherein the style looks soft, and feels wise, it doesn’t feel like hair is hardened into chunks.
And this is my hair a little while later. The waves have dropped a bit, but the general structure is still very visible. I’m happy that my hair is holding up well even if it doesn’t feel like there’s any styling product on it. My hair is so curl and wave resistant that usually it takes so much hairspray that by the time the curl holds up, it’s already unnaturally stiff. Here, it’s far from stiff and moves along with me.
When I got home about 4 hours later, the waves still held up surprisingly well, despite the simplified styling method. Usually, if my hair is not curled in really small sections, set for hours, and showered with hairspray, the curls won’t even get through 2 hours. Here, it held up quite well.