Our Best Selling Shag Spray
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Create waves, enhance curls & add volume. Apply to wet, damp or dry hair and scrunch! Apply to root shaft of hair for lift.
Create waves, enhance curls & add volume. Apply to damp or dry hair generously and tousle!
Best used with Rabbit Brush Dry Shampoo.
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Vegan & Cruelty Free.
aqua (water), magnesium sulfate (epsom salt), dead sea salt, grain alcohol, essental oils, (optional) mica pigment
- Vetiver is an earthy, musky scent often used in colognes. It's been described to me as "camp-firey" and feels very witchy and resinous. If you have a sensitivity to strong oils, this one might not be for you.
I’m a curly queen and I LOVE this stuff! It’s truly my new favorite product along with the dry shampoo! It’s the perfect refresh for my curls and the lavender is everything. I <3 rabbitbrush
Shag Hair Spray
I'm on my 3rd 4 oz bottle and I'll be buying the Big Boy next restock. Ride or die desert island product, could never ever be without it. Don't think just do it! This changed my hair's LIFE! I air dry with a foam mousse and then spray this in and my diy razor cut shag looks like a million bucks!
i went against my instincts and got the vetiver smell instead of unscented.. was hoping for a scent more like the description but it was really weird? somehow it makes my hair feel both dry and oily. it does help with curls i guess?
I think the fragrance free was a nice touch for people who struggle with overbearing smells or asthma. Velvet vetiver smells like straight up dirt to me, lavender and cedar rose were pleasing. Citrus sage was ok as well. I ordered one of each spray and my feedback is the pumps break easily, one came broken and one broke after a few days. I wanted to love these but found them more drying than other sprays I’ve used in the past, on my not normally dry wavy shag. These seem to work better on curly hair types from what I’ve tested. I was interested in selling these to clients however the vegan and cruelty free stamps of approval aren’t on these products which I know doesn’t mean everything, however I feel clients would want to see these clearly labeled for reassurance. The branding is excellent, but products are just ok.