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Schwarzkopf Got2b Guardian Angel Blow Dry & Flat Iron Spray

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Brand: Schwarzkopf / Sprays / Type: Hair Spray

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      23.07.2010 14:09
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      Heat protection spray is not a choice, it is a necessity. Stock up on this and you are good2go.

      Got2b products have consistently delivered good results when I needed them most, the new Guardian Angel heat protection spray is far from an exception. Heat protection spray isn't a frequent purchase from my experience with previous brands. They do last a good few months so a price of £5 can be a little more bearable to protect hair from damage incurred by heat appliances such as hair dryers, flattening irons and curling irons. Making use of a heat defence spray is vital if one is to use the likes of hair straighteners. It forms a protective layer that is burned off first, before the hair itself is burned and damaged to prevent the likes of split ends. Of course, excessive use of heat appliances will cause damage despite packing on heaps of defensive spray, so all in moderation as they say. Sitting in a slightly Gothic looking bottle was Schwarzkopf got2b Guardian Angel blow-dry + flat iron heat defence spray with the promise of defence up to 220 degrees Celsius. With 200ml stored inside its slender black and gold design, it appears to pack less spray within itself compared to other brands of the same price range. The spray does bring with it an interesting design with gold lines, a tribal symbol and a set of wings to particularly lay emphasis on the guardian angel concept, all set upon a jet-black almost hour-glass body. A thin middle of the bottle makes for easy grasping with hands being able to completely coil its waist. The nozzle is covered by a plastic lid which does not require much effort to remove along with a surprisingly easy neck to unscrew, allowing the liquid to easily be transported to another container. The design on the front can certainly be removed, for it is just a plastic wrapping, making way for a plain black bottle ready to be used for another purpose, such as a water spray. The idea of such a spray is to apply it to towel dried damp hair before blow-drying. As stated on the back of the bottle; spray 'generously' throughout the hair to allow for a fully coated head of hair. The more spray used, the more effective the defence becomes. I've come to use around 2 - 3 sprays on each section of my hair i.e. front, sides, back and top which has become adequate protection. Its smell is not overpowering whilst being a nice scent that does not remain in the hair. The push to spray nozzle has yet to clog and effectively sprays a wide area with each full press. Users with smaller hands may have difficulty pressing the button whilst maintaining a comfortable hold on the body. The got2b range is generally targeted at young adults which if you fit into that category, or above, then the height of the raised button is quite acceptable with its grooved button to reduce slippage. Once sprayed liberally into the hair, there is no stickiness to the product at all, or heavy weight which makes blow-dry styling a little easier with hair that is slightly more malleable. There is no recommendation on the bottle to reapply heat defence spray after blow-drying with an implicit warning not to straighten wet hair. "With up to 220 C Heat Protection, your hair will be invincible when using hot irons + blow-dryers." Using temperatures this ludicrous to cook your hair is beyond me ( apart from those whom want to straighten afro style hair ), but its nice to know this product claims to protect against these heats also. I personally use the lowest heat setting on my hair dryer ( sometimes just the cool shot ) along with the lowest value of 180 C on my hair straighteners with thick and wavy hair and have no problems at all. The heat defence spray certainly protects against these heats for my hair does not emit smoke during the straightening process. In fact, my hair itself doesn't feel hot, but only warm and smooth. I found my hair to lack frizz with a very minimal shine and has consistently delivered protection. Trying to get away with less product simply does not work, hair feels just as hot as without the product with some clear signs of frizz and general unnatural looking hair. With an attractive looking design and fantastic protection, this heat protection spray has a lot going for it. I have to say that this product is my favourite heat defence spray to date with an unfortunate higher price tag per volume. Yet, considering the time it lasts along with its effectiveness at protecting my hair, I will continue the purchase of this spray to retain healthy looking hair which has got to be the product of my Guardian Angel.

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