About this item
- Weightless spray that adds texture for an effortless, beachy style
- Made with natural minerals and no salt
- Hair is left textured and voluminous
Eva NYC surf's up texture spray is a weightless spray that creates beachy waves, adds instant volume and builds lasting texture. Zeolite delivers buildable texture in a dry, matte finish, while Vitamin C & fatty acids enhance shine, nourish and repair. Hair is left perfectly undone, textured and voluminous.
Hair Type: All Hair Types
Product Form: Aerosol
Beauty Purpose: Texturizing, Fragrance, Volumizing
Item Number (DPCI): 063-00-0760
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Most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
nerrisssaaaa — 13 days ago
I LOVE this texture spray!! It's my fave product so far by Eva NYC. I first tried it out from Ipsy's Gen Beauty in SF this year and tried it as part of their travel 3-pack (which included this, the hairspray, and dry shampoo). I use this for making my hair voluminous! :) I know I NEEDED the bigger b...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
Nosilla84 — 28 days ago
I received a free sample from PinchMe and was pleasantly surprised at how awesome it is! I’m a hairstylist and very picky about my products and not only does this SMELL amazing, it WORKS amazingly! Great texture, not greasy, nice hold! Must try!
4 out of 5 stars
Call Me A Fashionista — 1 month ago
I don’t have a ton of experience with texture hairspray but as one of the first I’ve tried I liked it. The smell is very nice and I did give me a little volume. My hair is quite thick so perhaps something with a little more hold and texture would be preferred but still happy with the sample that ...see moreof the reviewer's review
(would not recommend)
3 out of 5 stars
AshleeWith2Es — 1 month ago
I received this for free from Pinch Me in exchange for my honest review. It is definitely a light weight product, but for me personally it’s too light weight. My dry shampoo from the same brand gives me more texture. I would just stick with that.