12 Worst Hairsprays
Unless you want hair that's crispy, greasy or frizzy, stay far away from these hair care products
And yes, our readers actually used aforementioned smells to describe the scents of the hairsprays on this list. Our readers have tried and tested the best and worst hair care products on the market, and these are the 12 hairsprays they say are not only horrible smelling (in most cases) but are also best suited for creating over-the-top, sticky, impossible-to-brush-though "Jersey Shore"-like styles.
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Don't get us wrong, hairspray, in general, is an essential hairstyling tool. It's key for creating and maintaining any style, from glam waves to a ballerina bun. The hairsprays we love are so great we threw them a party. (Our version of a hairspray party is this best hairsprays list, FYI.) But with the good always comes the bad, which is why we also have to share the 12 hairsprays that our readers say just don't deliver.
Our readers judged these sprays based on how well they held their style, if they delivered on their promises, and, of course, their scents, because nobody wants a hairspray that leaves your hair smelling like "warm poop" (yes, another sent our readers smelled in these sprays). So, do yourself a favor and steer clear of these 12 worst-rated hairsprays. Heck, even Snooki seems to be using a less helmet head-forming spray these days, and if she wouldn't use these products, you shouldn't either.
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