|White Rain Sensations Energizing Citrus Hairspray|
I got this out of sheer desperation because I ran out of my Tony Moly Hairspray and it was OOS. I figured that it seemed almost the same with the Tony Moly -Citrus scent and Maximum Hold too. The best part was it costs 9 pesos less than the Tony Moly Hairspray. This only costs 169 pesos and this is very easy to find. Watsons carries this brand and I even saw SM supermarket selling this hairspray. And the pink bottle is something I could not resist (I absolutely love pink). I am using this for quite some time now (a month or two). I am not impressed with it. It does not tame my frizzies very well. It does not even last whole day on me. The citrus scent is ok. I will definitely not tell everyone that the scent is very nice or soo bango at all. The scent is plain ok. Noting extraordinary but it's scent is better than ordinary hairspray in the market.
|The sprayer nozzle does not work well. It does not really distribute the product on my hair. Thus, I have to spray a bit of product on my palm and manually spread it on the desired area.|
|Tony Moly Silky Glaze Fruit Hair Spray|
This huge bottle only costs 178 pesos.This is already my second can and with this you can readily tell that I am in love with this product. The scent is addicting. I have allergic rhinitis and I usually stray away from scented products because they trigger my allergy. The scent lasts fairly long on my hair which is a plus. This product has an above average control and hold level which lasts the whole day. The tresses are tamed when I use this (provided I do not comb/ brush my hair). The packaging also looks so posh and sosyal compared to the tacky plastic bottle of the White Rain Hairspray.
|The nozzle distribute the product very nicely on my hair.|
Who won the face off?
It is definitely the Tony Moly Hair Spray from the scent to the product quality.
Also, you 300 ml of product for only 178 pesos! Isn't that a steal?