The Oribe products everyone should have

Here are the Oribe products I think everyone should have on hand (or at least try once in their lifetime—you’ll thank me later).

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray

Of course, you can’t start your Oribe collection without the coveted Dry Texturizing Spray. I love it when I want to add volume and body to a blow-out or simply when I find my roots look too flat when I’m rocking my natural curls. It seriously takes your hair from basic to fabulous! Consider it your reparative substitute for dry shampoo. The formula is infused with nourishing Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Ginger Root and Mango extracts.

Oribe Super Fine Hairspray

If you need your hair to hold out for a long night out of fun, the Oribe Super Fine Hairspray has a medium hold and an ultra dry finish that’s completely brushable. (Goodbye hairspray crunch.) Just like the Dry Texturizing Spray, the formula is infused with lovely ingredients like, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Mango and Kiwi Fruit Extracts, Nettle Leaf Extract, and Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein.

Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream

Ok, you definitely need the Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream. I love a good hair oil, but what I love even more, is a good hair cream. This stuff is HG for me at the moment and I picked up a travel-sized version so I can enjoy the LA sunshine with fabulous locks. It’s formulated with Wheat Amino Acids and Watermelon Extract to tame the wildest frizz. It’s perfect if you have thick hair or coarse hair that tends to be dry!

Oribe Maximista Thickening Spray

I have thick hair to begin with, but sometimes after a blow-out, I find it can look a little flat and thin, so I’ve been using the Oribe Maximista Thickening Spray to give a little oomph! It also doubles as your heat-protectant, while delivering a voluminous look. The formula is infused with Watermelon, Lychee and Elderweiss Flower to keep your hair nourished and healthy.

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FTC: these products were sent to me for my consideration; all opinions are my own!

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