‘Selling Sunset’s’ Chrishell Stause Loves This Amazon Hairspray
The girls (and the expensive houses I wish I had lived in!) are back. sell sunset Season 5 is finally streaming on Netflix, and if you’re up for the drama, you’ll want to tune in ASAP. Season 5 follows Heather and Tarek Ra El Moussa’s wedding, Christine Quinn finding a friend in new real estate agent, Chelsea Lazkani, and Chrishell’s (short-lived) romance with Jason.
Another character that makes an appearance: Chrisshell’s amazing hair. Her locks have alternated between lengths over the seasons, but one thing you can always count on is the thick, bouncy volume that her hair never fails to serve up.
If you’ve tried to get the same facelift without success, you’ll be happy to know that Chrishell recently revealed her big hair secret to The cup. She uses Amazon’s Color Wow Raise the Root Thicken + Lift Spray to add some extra punch to her locks.
“I love that this spray helps boost the volume at the top. When I’m not styling my hair with heat, I still want it to have some volume at the top,” she said to the website. “I have naturally straight hair, but it can be a bit dull and flat on its own. I don’t like putting heat on my hair unless I have to, and it even works on third hair. day.”
The spray, which you can Amazon Prime at home in less than three days, is designed to create a light, soft and bouncy lift on dry. or wet hair. Plus, it doesn’t give you that sticky, harsh feeling like so many other hairsprays do.
And it gets even better. Hairspray also acts as a heat protectant to prevent heat damage while you style your hair with your hot tools. The celebrity-approved hairspray is available on Amazon right now for $24, and don’t worry, it’ll last a long time. All you need is a few pumps on your roots to achieve Hollywood-ready hair in as little as three minutes.
Ready to sell some houses… uh, I mean go for a drink? Add the Color Wow spray to your cart as soon as possible.
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