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Give Mist a Chance
I’ve been on the longest lookout for a hair perfume because my dry, frizzy hair seems to just soak up all the fried chicken smell that permeates through the house. I remember I used to love those fruity hair sprays way back when I was in 5th grade in the U.S. They’re not so popular now, though – with all the oils that saturate the market. I’m not the biggest fan of oils, though — I hate the feeling that stays on the palms after applying.
Perfumes in general aren’t good to use for the hair because they usually have high alcohol content that can dry it out. They may also contain other chemicals that, when used frequently, can damage the mane even more. So, imagine my delight when I learned that Chanel had this gem of a product in their collection — hair mist! Leave it to this brand to make me pay $$$ for a tiny amount (35ml tiny, to be exact) of fragranced water to spray on my hair.
Mist-her and Mist-his Smith!
Chanel Chance Hair Mist in Eau Fraiche has a clean, zesty, citrusy fragrance. I’m quite picky with citrusy, lemony fragrances because they usually make my head ache. Thankfully, this one doesn’t cause any head issues at all. It comes in a frosted glass packaging, as compared to the clear glass packaging of their perfumes.
The fragrance it emits isn’t overpowering or suffocating – there’s also a lack of complexity in its development. It’s a straight-up scent that doesn’t have that powerful top note that settles into a mild one when it hits base. The scent lasts for a good two hours before it fades and only becomes a whiff. Wish it lasted longer but then I understand that it lacks the alcohol content to make it so. At the end of the day, I could still trace the faint citrusy scent albeit hardly.
One last thing, it also has moisturizing properties that soften the hair! Definitely a plus, there. I would have loved it for its fragrance alone but coupled with a softening aspect, makes it a must-have hair product for me (as long as I can afford it!).
And that’s why I’m called THE MISTY MOM…
…not! Before I end, above is an illustration of how I put on the hair mist. Of course, such a luxurious bottle of fragranced water must be applied in a luxurious way…. in my mind! I actually look like a cross between Sadako/Samara from The Ring and Willow Smith whipping my hair back and forth to evenly apply the mist. You can also scale how small the bottle is (35ml) from the photos.
Worth it? Up to you! I personally think it’s bollocks how freaking expensive ($50) this is for such a small amount. If I find a similar product from a much cheaper brand, I’ll happily switch. For now, I’ll be happily spritzing yet scrimping on this tiny bottle until I find that cheaper alternative.
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