Reviews for Kristin Ess Hair Dry Finish Working Texture Hair Spray for Volume + Texture, Light Hold Texturizing Hairspray, Soft Matte Finish, 6.9 oz
People say Kristin Ess is really similar to Oribe.
Dupe for Oribe
It’s a fantastic price. I like the light scent. It gives a delicate, touchable but noticeable texture and body to my fine, thin hair. I unfortunately do think there’s nothing quite equal to Oribe dry texture spray but at nearly $50 I just can’t rationalize it. This Kristen Ess spray is the best dupe for Oribe in my opinion and I’ve got very difficult hair and I’ve tried darn near everything. It’s definitely worth it.
Doesn't make your hair feel brittle!!
Post chemo my hair has zero texture. ZERO!! I typically use Oribe but I wanted something cheaper. Lol. I wasn't disappointed! It smells amazing. Lasts forever. And doesn't make your hair feel brittle. Well definitely be purchasing again!!
Comparable to Oribe
I used to use this same spray but Oribe brand which is double/triple the cost. This works just as well. It holds your hair in place but doesn’t make your hair crunchy or oily like some sprays do. Highly recommend.
I bought this looking for a cheaper alternative to the Oribe texturizing spray. Does this live up to that? Not really, but that doesn't mean it's bad. Compared to Oribe, this spray has a more subtle effect no matter how much you use. It does keep your hard from feeling crunchy, which can happen easily with an intense spray like Oribe. The one thing I really consider a downside is the strong scent it has. It's not necessarily a bad scent, I'd just prefer it to be scentless because it's to the point that it drowns out any fragrance I wear. Overall, it works fine, but I'll probably try something else.