Charles Worthington Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray Reviews
Product Type: Charles Worthington hair care products
Description:Brand: Charles Worthington / Type: Hair Spray
Newest Review: ... I'd give it a go as I needed shampoo and conditioner anyway. I probably use it just under once a fortnight on average and the ... more
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Customer Charles Worthington Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/01/13 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I have naturally curly hair, but after years of straightening and bleaching my hair I have to actually curl my hair, with heat or rollers to wear it curly. Otherwise I end up with a big frizzy mess. After watching the 'This Morning' stylist to create some really nice natural waves on some lucky lady using a salt spray, and my impending holiday to Ibiza coming soon, I thought what better way to create a beach look than using this product. I went to Boots and found the Charles Worthington Front Row Rough and Tousled Salt Spray, there was a full size one for £5.99 and a mini trial size for £2.49. I purchased the trial size which contains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 921 readings)
After deciding that I no longer wanted to waste my time every morning by straightening my hair, I ventured out to buy some products that would help it look cute without doing much to it. That's when I picked up Charles Worthington Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray (really? They couldn't have chosen a shorter name?). I actually bought this a few months ago and decided I hated it straight away, but I recently formed a loving relationship with this product and can't get enough of it now! It's described as something that will add real guts to your hair, bring out your natural waves and curls, leave a cool matte finish and is perfect for a casual-chic look. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 1058 readings)
After I gave quite a scathing review to Charles Worthington's Front Row Big Hair Sculpting Mousse, I felt that it was only fair to champion some of the other products in the range which are immeasurably better- starting with my favourite, the Salt Spray. Front Row is the new high performance range from Charles Worthington. It advertises itself as being formulated behind-the scenes at top fashion shows, creating fast-paced fashion forward designs. The range boasts an impressive creative team who have tailored each product to specific styling needs- this is all about experimentation and finishing, no shampoos here! The packaging on Salt Spray is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I never really do a lot with my hair beyond wearing it hanging down loose, but there are a few essential bits of kit that I use to add some variety to my look, and salt spray is one of my must-haves. I got this Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray as part of a Charles Worthington textured hair styling kit, but I've also seen it available to buy separately in Boots, where it costs £5.99. Product description: "Looking for that tousled beach look all year round? Front Row Rough & Tousled Salt Spray: + adds real guts to your hair + brings out your natural waves & curls + leaves a cool matte finish, perfect for that casual-chic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
When I was 19 I went travelling around Australia and spent a lot of time at the beach and I found that my hair always looked really good. I had that effortless 'surfer' look where my hair was wavy, but not flicky, and had lots of volume. Back in Blighty, my hair is awful. It's flat and boring and I hate it! When I saw this Rough and Tousled Salt Spray from Charles Worthington I thought I'd give it a go to see if I could recreate my Australia beach look. The spray was from Boots and I can't remember the price (I have a feeling it was around the £4 mark). I wasn't sure about it, but there was a 3 for 2 promotion on hair care (as there often is) and I ... Read the complete review
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