About this item
- For all hair types
- Texture building
- Instantly volumizing
- Ultra-light hold
- Soft matte finish
Rarely do I make waves without this.
1. Create your desired hairstyle.
2. Add textured, soft matte finish and lasting hold by spraying this at the root first and then add a small amount from middle to ends.
Tip: Apply a little, wait 30 seconds, then see if you need more. Give the spray a chance to dry, creating texture and grit before adding a second layer.
Contains Zip-Up Technology, our proprietary strengthening complex designed to "zip-up" split ends while targeting weak areas of the hair, smoothing the appearance of damaged cuticles and helping to protect hair from environmental stressors and color fade.
cruelty free | color + keratin safe
free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates + silicones
Please note, ingredient lists may change any time a product is updated. Always check packaging to get the most accurate list of ingredients in each product.
Allergens & Warnings:WARNING: FLAMMABLE. AVOID SPRAYING INTO EYES. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. DO NOT PUNCTURE OR INCINERATE. DO NOT STORE AT TEMPERATURE ABOVE 120°F. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. USE ONLY AS DIRECTED. INTENTIONAL MISUSE BY DELIBERATELY CONCENTRATING AND INHALING THE CONTENTS CAN BE HARMFUL OR FATAL.
Q: I recently bought the Beach Wave Spray by Kristin Ess and was wondering what the difference is between the texture spray and the beach spray. Anyone know?
A: I bought a sample of both and love them. I use the texture spray more towards the top 1/3 of my hair for lifting and the beach spray towards the ends for defining curls. So I use one or the other, or both depending on what I need that day! Find texture spray really great on 2nd (or 3rd) day hair for adding that body lost.submitted bymjean - 6 years ago
A: The texture spray gives more volume and grit (without feeling dirty if that makes sense), while the beach spray gives more piecey definition and some shine. The texture spray is matte.submitted byABens - 5 years ago
Q: Can this be used as a prep spray before styling hair?
A: Hello! Thanks for your question. We recommend applying the Working Texture Spray after you have styled your hair. However, you may use before styling as well. We recommend focusing on applying the product to your roots and the middle of the hair.submitted byKristin Ess Hair - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Is this a hairspray? How exactly does this work? Like can I use this before and while styling my hair and use my regular hairspray afterwards?
A: Hello! The Working Texture Spray does have a lasting hold so you may not need to apply hairspray afterwards but should you need a stronger hold, you may apply hairspray after your hair is completely styled and after using the Working Texture Spray (wait at least 30 seconds). We hope this helps!submitted byKristin Ess Hair - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: SO often scents in hair products are so unbearably strong....is this the case with this product?
A: Hello! Thanks for your question. The scent in the Working Texture Spray is a beautiful delicate clean and fresh aroma. Most of our customers love the scent and we know you will too!submitted byManufacturer - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: I just bought the texture spray but my hand is not strong enough to push and hold the button. Is this normal? I don't think I'm that weak. The little bit that I got out seems like it will be great.
A: Thanks for your question! Not to worry, that is normal, all new bottles will come this way. Our aerosol products have a locking system at the actuator to avoid product tampering and leaking in transit. Even if the product is spraying, if it is still difficult, the actuator lock may not be fully released. With the actuator on our aerosol products, you may have to press extra hard to release the lock. Try holding the bottle in both hands and with both thumbs, press down really hard. When you hear a big 'click', then you have fully broken the seal and will be able to spray the product easily.submitted byKristin Ess Hair - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Is this product gluten free?
A: Thanks for the question! Yes, this product is gluten-free.submitted byKristin Ess Hair - 4 years agoBrand expert
Q: What are the ingredients?
A: From Kristin Ess Hair website: https://www.kristinesshair.com/products/dry-finish-working-texture-spray HYDROFLUOROCARBON 152A, DIMETHYL ETHER, ALCOHOL DENAT., VP/VA COPOLYMER, HYPNEA MUSCIFORMIS EXTRACT, LITCHI CHINENSIS PERICARP EXTRACT, SARGASSUM FILIPENDULA EXTRACT, SALVIA HISPANICA SEED OIL, GELIDIELLA ACEROSA EXTRACT, ALGIN, CARRAGEENAN, COCO-GLUCOSIDE, HYDROLYZED KERATIN, CHITOSAN, SORBITOL, CETEARAMIDOETHYLDIETHONIUM SUCCINOYL HYDROLYZED PEA PROTEIN, ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, XANTHAN GUM, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, ACETYL TRIETHYL CITRATE, PEG/PPG-17/18 DIMETHICONE, ALUMINA, SILICA, SODIUM OXIDE, CALCIUM OXIDE, POTASSIUM OXIDE, GLYCERIN, TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL, BENZYL ALCOHOL, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, FRAGRANCE.submitted byManufacturer - 2 years agoBrand expert