I like the smell. It kind of reminds me of Aussie products, grapey. But I have to use way too much to get a decent hold. I think the Redken Forceful 23 works better and you don't use nearly as much. The biggest reason I won't buy this product again is because it caused my scalp to break out something fierce. I'm talking large, painful dermititis. Bummer.
My favorite hairspray - been using it for years. Nothing compares to this product for fine hair. Hold lasts all day, provides volume and shine.
Love the was Kenra products look, but not a big fan of the line. I have tried a few things and don't love not one. This is a good hairspray but i just can't stand the smell.
If you want your hair to stay put, I'd recommend using this. It works, extremely well. You're hair seriously won't move. I tease my hair so I use it to hold the tease, never directly on my top layer of hair because it will look noticeably hard. I'll usually hold it, maybe a a little less than a foot, away from my the top layer of my hair and spray it quickly to add a little bit of shine. A little goes a looooong way, as well. So its very much worth the price. If you're not looking to "freeze" your hair, you shouldn't have even bought it in the first place. They have other "volumes", too. The lowest being 9, I believe. Oh, and it smells like candy imo. ;D
I have thick hair and lots of it. It is just ok for hold. It does not have a heavy feeling, but I find the hold to be just, so so. I find that I have to use more than usual to get the hold I want. I don't plan on repurchasing.
I love it! Really adds volume, keeps the style, even after sleeping, this still holds some of the style. The smell is nice, and it's the best that I've tried so far. The best part is how fast drying it is. I wish it wasn't so expenisve though.
I usually wear my hair down so I just use hairsprays to add volume to my very stubborn, flat Asian hair, to keep the front strands of hair out of my face, and to keep down most of the flyaways. First off, I spent about $20 at Chatters for this and I used it for most days during a course of three weeks - needless to say, it's almost gone... I really don't mind though because I didn't care for the smell it left on my hair and under certain lighting, you could see a lot of tiny white specks on the top of my head (my hair is black so it was noticeable - to me, anyway). This hairspray is supposedly "Super Hold" but I found the hold to be more milder than that - it didn't add a whole lot of volume which I am always looking for in a hairspray. I really like the packaging though - tall, slim aerosol can that can fit in my big handbag. Other than that, thumbs way down.
Leave it to the girl with the super-sensitive skin/hair to break the run of great reviews on this product. Pros: nice scent, sleek/stylish looking bottle, even spray from nozzle, strong hold, semi-reasonable price for salon product. Cons: Dulled & dried my fine hair (which is always nice and shiny) and made my scalp feel sun-burned. Won't buy again. The search continues... continued >>
I love this hairspray. Previous to this purchase I hated hairspray and would never use it. I finally bought some after hearing so many raves about it. I now use it all the time. It holds without feeling like you have anything in his hair, plus it does not flake at all.
A girlfriend turned me on to Kenra since she has thin hair like me. I bought it all- shampoo, conditioner, hair spray - and loved it all, but I just had to write about the Volume Spritz. My hair just wants to cling to my head in a fine, limp string, so I'm used to coaxing it into behaving more like a full head of hair with volume sprays, round brush, velcro curlers, hair dryer. This makes my job so much easier. The spritz really plumps up the volume and then holds for the rest of the day. Makes me forget what my hair is really like, until I use something else on the weekend, and it retreats into it's limpness again. This is so very expensive that I try to make it last, but well worth it.