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 How Does Hair Spray Work?

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I ran the can of hair spray under hot water and it still won't spray out off can?

Wiping the nozzle with a cloth or good paper towel while your running it under hot water usually works best. It may also be more effective to remove the the nozzle, carefully, as to avoid unnecessa... Read More »
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My hair smells. If I spray Airwick in my hair will people think I've shampooed?

Get some body powder or baking soda or corn starch and sprinkle it in your hair then brush out. Or, just wash your hair. Spraying airwick, well, you will then smell like a room deodorizer, not t... Read More »
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How to Make Your Hair Curly but Not Hard With Hair Spray?

Curls are meant to be free and bouncy, which is why it's so disconcerting to find that your locks are hard and crunchy after you've sprayed them with hairspray. But you can use hairspray to your ad... Read More »
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How to Remove Hair Spray From a Hair Brush?

Every time you use your hairbrush, you leave behind bits of hair, dandruff, dead skin, hairspray and any other products that are in your hair. Hairspray can be hard to remove, since it sticks to y... Read More »
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