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Brand Spotlight: Oribe Top 3

The Top 3 best hair care products in the Oribe range including the cult favorite, Dry Texturizing Spray.

Beautiful hair sometimes comes with a heart-stopping price tag.  We know women are charged more for haircuts than men. Add color and highlights and blowouts, the cost can exceed $200 per visit depending on the salon.

We’ve all fallen for the styling products that salons push on us that tack on another $50-$100 onto our final bill. As a rule, I generally don’t succumb to this pressure by coming to know these two facts are true. 1. I can rarely replicate my salon hairstyle on my own at home despite using the exact same products, and 2. I can find great styling products at the drugstore.

However one time, I faltered and that’s how I discovered Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray. Pronounced or-bay, the range isn’t cheap but the Dry Texturizing Spray has been the hero product in the line for years and although I’ve tested many other texturizing products, I continue to go back to this, the original, having gone through more cans than I can count.

Oribe Top 3

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray: Gives styled hair a big boost of body and texture.  Fabulous product. Painful at $46 for a full-size bottle but the end result is worth it and it smells divine. You’ll be hooked.

Oribe dry texturizing spray supershine moisturizing cream

Supershine Moisturizing Cream: I love this hair cream as much as the spray.  An opulent leave-in conditioner that smoothes the hair and leaves shine and body in its wake.  A great hair day will cost you $52 for a full-size tube but it lasts for months.

oribe dry texturizing spray
Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray has been amongst my most loved products for years.
tribe gold lust dry shampoo best styling products

Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo – My third recommendation from the Oribe range is their dry shampoo with the caveat that I don’t think one needs both the texturizing spray and dry shampoo. They both give texture and smell similar. The light shimmer of gold in the dry shampoo is a nice touch but somewhat discernable on my dark brown hair.

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