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Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray

What it is:A hairspray formulated with sugar, an anti-static ingredient.What it does:Forget everything you know about hairspray. Oscar Blandi's new incarnation combines the moisturizing powers of sugar with the shine-boosting properties of honey for soft, touchable, all-day hold. Pulling from his Italian roots for inspiration, Blandi's innovative formula boosts volume, controls frizz, adds shine, and leaves behind a subtle honeysuckle scent. It's everything you love about hairspray, only better.What else you need to know:Oscar Blandi Lacca Hairspray's non-sticky formula was inspired by a homemade version used at his father's salon in Italy.
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Water Soluble?
I'm just wondering if this hairspray is water soluble? I was using a cheap hairspray that wasn't and my stylist said it was ruining my hair.
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krikin
on Lacca Hairspray
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