Which hair spray is for you?

Menter, Marcia
November 1992
Redbook;Nov92, Vol. 180 Issue 1, p26
Lists label terms on today's hairsprays and defines them and what they do for hair. Includes natural hold, freezing sprays and aerosol vs. pump sprays.


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