Wella Silvikrin Maximum Hold Hairspray Reviews
Product Type: Wella hair care products
Newest Review: ... maximum hold then I dread to think what the lower hold ones are like. It isn't even that this is really cheap either as it ... more
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Customer Wella Silvikrin Maximum Hold Hairspray Reviews (18)
by S Cox - written on 09/09/07
I have used silvikrin for a great many years and always thought that it was the best hairspray for hold on the market; and I have tried a few. Help!! the can I purchased last week does not do the same job. Has the formula been changed; I can see that the can has. I really do not think that I will buy this again, my hair style drops after a few minutes, I might as well not have bothered with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/08 (Very useful, 226 readings)
I always used to hate hairspray as a child, whenever my mum took me to get my hair cut the hairdresser always used to cover my hair in a hairspray that made my hair feel all hard. As such I developed quite an aversion to the stuff and refused to ever use it. This was until I went out last summer having put my fringe up in a quiff which promptly fell out of within an hour. My friend suggested I try using hairspray and recommended one to me... since then I've never looked back! Wella is classed as a professional hair brand and a leader in hair care in over 150 countries. It was founded back in 1880 so has been around for quite some time. The professional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I normally use a hairspray by Tigi, which whilst fantastic is quite expensive (£10 a can!) and so in a money saving mission I decided to go for something a little cheaper, and this was my choice. I haven't used Silvikrin before, or maybe I did as a teenager when I could go through a full can of hairspray a week, but I don't remember! My friend however said that this is the brand she uses and it was on that basis that I decided to try it. I was going to just try a small can of it at first but there was a huge 400ml can in my local co-op for £3.19 so I thought I'd just grab that, I opted for the maximum hold one because I have thick, long hair which can take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
During recent years I have been keen to opt for premium hair care brands and I could end up spending £20 on a small bottle of hair spray. Obviously this isn't ideal and so recently I decided to purchase Wella Silvikrin hair spray for a change. I can remember my mum using this when I was younger so I picked it up without much thought. ** THE BRAND ** Wella have been around for quite some time now, having been set up in 1880 when a 25 year old hairdresser called Franz Stroher decided to set up his own business. They began making wigs, then later moved to perming and began styling hair in the 1940's. Now they are a widely recognised, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Not long ago I wrote a review on another Wella hairspray that I really didn't rate overly highly, and although there is still some of it on my dressing table, I knew I needed to get another hairspray that would hold my fine, flyaway hair in the style that I want it, so when I get home from work, it looks as neat and tidy as it did when I left the house in the morning. A previous favourite of mine was the L'oreal elvive hairspray, which worked well for me, but was one of the more costly hairsprays on the market, and since I use it everyday, it is something I use a lot of. When looking in Tesco a while ago for a new hairspray at a reasonable price, I ... Read the complete review
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