I got a haircut on Friday morning and my stylist used three Oribe styling products when she blew out my hair. I THINK the first was the Creme for Style (I wish I'd asked; I was trying to look at the bottle but I couldn't see the name), then the Volumista mist and the Superfine Hairspray (not sure if it was the original Superfine or the Superfine Strong). After a day of shopping, a nap, dinner, New Year's Eve partying, a night of sleeping, and half of Saturday, my hair STILL looks practically perfect and feels super soft. I'm not sure how it's possible It's very curly, movie-star hair, which makes sense since Oribe is known for big hair and working with J. Lo! I really hate overly "done" hair, and my favorite thing about my hair right now is that it looks very natural but still glamorous.
I also adore the scent and the packaging, they're so beautiful. The products are expensive (around $30 each) but they're pretty generous amounts and I have a nice big Barney's gift card, so . . . I might splurge. Maybe I'll start with the Volumista spray and perhaps the hairspray.
Does anyone else use Oribe? Any thoughts?
I absolutely love Oribe's Curl by Definition Creme, it makes such a huge difference to my hair. It's far more expensive in the UK than the US, so I try to stock up there but even so I think it's worth buying.
I have the dry texturizing spray and love it. it works a little like a dry shampoo to absorb oils (if you use it on net day hair), but isn't as oil-absorbing as something like the bumble and bumble dry shampoo (which leaves a horrible colored mess on things). i think my hair looks best when i wash, dry and then use some of the texture spray. it just gives hair that perfect messiness. it's is also great for up dos and keeping hair in place.