Spend vs Save


Hairspray is one of many timeless beauty products that never gets the attention it deserves.

Forget all the fancy lotions and potions that hog the limelight, hairspray has been an essential part of my getting ready ritual for well, as long as I’ve had hair, basically.

And a good one is hard to come by. I’ve tried many over the years, and no matter how much they say they’ll volumise/keep your hair glued in position against all manner of weather conditions, the cheaper ones just don’t really cut the mustard.

Until now. Tesco are currently offering a range of well known and own brand hairsprays for a snip of the price you might find elsewhere – there’s something for everyone, whether you’re spending, saving or just looking for something new.

If, like me, you’re still on a bit of a budget, then Tesco’s ProFlex Max Hold Hairspray is the stuff for you. This promises to hold your locks in place all night long without that stuck-down, stiff look and I have to say, it does deliver. I was pleasantly surprised that a quick brush before bed rid my hair of nearly all of this, and more to the point I wasn’t left with that sticky, post hair wash residue that’s common of a few other budget brands.

Tesco's ProFlex Hairspray max hold £2.00 for 200ml









This will certainly give a professional finish to any ‘do, up or down, and considering it costs a mere £2 for a 200ml bottle it’s definitely worth a try.

However, if you’re not watching the pennies and fancy treating yourself then nothing beats a generous helping of Elnett’s Satin Volume Extra Strength Hairspray. If you’ve ever used Elnett then you’ll know what I’m talking about; if you haven’t then get down to Tesco, where you can pick yourself up a decent-sized can for well under a fiver.

Elnett Satin Volume Extra Strength, £3.54 for 200ml at Tesco










Whichever one you decide on, you’ll be grabbing a beauty bargain that doesn’t break the bank.


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