Now I don’t know about you. But when it comes to styling my hair, I can be really lazy. At the weekend’s I don’t mind using a curling iron, or hair tong to create the kind of waves I like. But during the week? I just don’t have time for that. I value my sleep far too much! Which means I probably only actually style my hair once, maybe twice a week. The rest of the time I’m relying on a lot of dry shampoo, texturising spray and luck. That my hair looks acceptable to leave the house. Which is why I couldn’t wait to get my hand on the new OUAI Memory Mist.
Regular readers of this blog will know of my love of OUAI. The brand was created by celeb hairstylist and all-round #GirlBoss Jen Atkin. And the Memory Mist is the newest product in their extensive range. And if you’re not sure whether you need another haircare product, (as if that’s even a thing!) then here are five reasons why you need the OUAI Memory Mist in your life:
- It’s like having a personal stylist in a bottle. As it’s packed with plant extracts and Panthenol, Memory Mist delivers an intense hit of hydration to your hair. While Glycerin sheathes the hair shaft for a beautiful shine. And all you have to do is spray this onto your hair, no other effect needed.
- It’s smarter than you’ll probably give it credit for. The formula uses memory polymer technology, which when activated by the heat or your dryer or style can memorise the heat styling and lock the style in place. Which means there is less retouching, less restyling and less damage in the long run!
- It’s good for your hair. Not only does it offer heat protection (up an impressive 450 degrees!) but it also offers you UV protection. Which helps to reduce both colour fade and breakages.
- And finally, you can hit snooze a couple more times. Which is the dream right? I know it is for me! And knowing my hair will hold it’s style for longer means I can catch an extra few mins in bed. It’s a win-win situation!
If you want the OUAI Memory Mist for yourself, you can pick it up here for £25.
What do you think of this product? Is it something you need in your haircare routine?