Pearlessence Sea Spray Beach Waves Texture Mist

Already in the mood to blog about this Pearlessence Sea Spray Beach Waves Texture Mist when it occurred to me that I haven’t blogged yet my US haul from last year, which includes this. Heck, I’ll still continue this review and schedule that haul post some time this month.

Anyway, I bought this texture mist from Marshalls late last year. It was so cheap at USD5.99.

Description and Use

The Pearlessence Sea Spray Beach Waves Texture Mist is:

“A unique hairstyling mist infused with Sea Salt, Marine Algae and Sea Fennel to add texture and fullness to all hair types. Create soft tousled waves with this weightless leave-in mist.”

There’s 236 ml of product in a phat plastic container with spray.

To use:

“Mist on towel-dried hair and air dry for tousled style and texture. Can be applied to damp hair before blow-drying for fullness.”

I spray liberally on my damp hair then either blow or air dry. Sometimes I use a hair straightener minutes after I spray if I don’t want a messy or natural wavy-looking hair, but just full-looking hair.

Ingredients

Pearlessence claims to be cruelty-free.

About Pearlessence

Pearlessence is by Jocott Brands. They have other hair, face, and body care products under different brands. I couldn’t find more information and where else to buy them. This site mentioned that Pearlessence was sold (or used to be) at Urban Outfitters. I only saw this brand at Marshalls and TJ Maxx.

Verdict

I love it! I have thin hair and this really gives fullness and waves. Sometimes I would put my hair in a bun (a must when I have a lip gloss on 😆 ) when I walk to work. If I had sprayed this on my hair, I would get waves and it would stay wavy for 3 to 4 hours. Not bad, right? When my hair would start to look flat, I just tie it up again in a bun and then, voila!, I got waves again. 😀

Since I got into hair mists, I feel like trying out more. Other than giving my hair protection, treatment, or texture, they make my hair smell good too. (I also learned that the Mario Badescu Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater can also be used on the hair especially to get rid of the smell of food, which really sticks when you happen to eat at, for example, a grille.)

Fellow hair mist lovers, please to share your recommendations!

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