While all hair sprays may technically look the same — clear, come out of a spray nozzle — don’t let that fool you into thinking they actually are all the same. All hairsprays are not created equally, and Redken’s hairspray offerings all have different, albeit equally awesome, uses and benefits.
“Most Redken hairsprays can be used on all hair types,” says Redken Global Artistic Ambassador Sam Villa. “That being said, it is most important for stylists to understand the benefit that each hairspray offers. The concept of Levels of Control makes life so easy and it is what I love about Redken hairsprays and styling products. Within the collections, each product has a number that represents the amount of control it will provide. The higher the number, the greater the control.”
According to Sam, Redken Styling provides the inspiration and product innovations to create any look – from lasting volume to flexible texture. To understand just how to use each of these products, and which hair types they’re best for, here are his tips on how to use (… and sell) Redken’s hairsprays.
Triple Take 32
If you want touchable hair that stays in place without the crunch, Triple Take 32 is your best bet. It offers long lasting hold without being too harsh, and is perfect for finishing off and smoothing out a look. For maximum results (as pictured in this image) start with Fashion Work 12 and layer Triple Take 32 on top.
Control Addict 28
Looking for a polished style with maximum control? Opt for Redken’s best-selling hair spray, Control Addict 28. It offers an extra-strong hold and fights humidity for up to 24 hours without leaving residue or flaking. It works best for smooth ponytails, like the one pictured above, and gives a sleek finish.
Quick Tease 15
Quick Tease 15 works for all hair types, but it’s real selling point? The fact that it’s the perfect backcombing spray for a fast drying, firm hold. It applies as a horizontal mist, designed to create lift at the roots.