Aussie Miracle Hairspray Shine and Hold 250ml
3 for €14 on selected Aussie
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Shine and vibrancy!
Shine so much that they'll shield their eyes! Aussie Miracle Hairspray Shine + Hold styling formula helps to put hair firmly in its place and gives you shine that shouts from the rooftops. So is the hold heavy-handed? No way! Long-lasting it may be, but a few strokes of the brush and your hair’s got its freedom once again. It contains Wild Cherry Bark Extract that was believed to be a favourite for campfires in the outback, as it burns with the fragrance of blossom.
The Aussie philosophy - “There’s more to life than hair but it’s a good place to start”
How to use
Fire quick, short bursts as you style, spraying about 20cm from your hair. For maximum hold, give your whole style an even, overall covering, and – shazam! – your style is set to go.
Hazards and Cautions
Pressurized container. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C. Do not pierce or burn, even after use. Do not spray on a naked flame or any incandescent material. Keep away from sources of ignition - No smoking. Keep out of the reach of children. Spray in short sequences and ventilate room after spraying. Do not inhale intentionally. Do not spray into the eyes. Use exclusively for intended purpose. The can must be completely empty before disposal. Extremely flammable.
Features and Benefits
- Miracle Long-lasting Styling Hairspray, un-sticky and flexible Hold.
- Helps put hair firmly in place while giving shine.
- With Wild Cherry Bark Extract
Prunus Serotina Bark Extract