Got2b Mess-merizing Hair Product Review
Today’s post was inspired by the Got2b Mess-merizing styling product line. I recently purchased the Got2b Mess-merizing Sculpting Spritz, Messifying Putty, and Texturizing Hairspray. I adore the messy waves we painstakingly put so much effort into making them look effortless. Therefore, I am always on the lookout for good styling products to help achieve the look.
After showering, I towel dried my hair using a T-shirt. Regular towels are too rough on our hair, creating damage and, not to mention, the dreaded frizz. I used the T-shirt to scrunch my hair, bunching my hair up and squeezing it toward my scalp. This helps set the foundation for those beautiful, messy kinks we want.
When my hair was damp, but no longer dripping, I started off with the Got2b Mess-merizing Sculpting Spritz. I sprayed a generous amount throughout my hair, avoiding the roots and focusing on the mid-length and ends.
Then, I used my hands to scrunch, scrunch, scrunch! Really work those fingers of yours and bunch that hair up to your scalp. Squeeze at the scalp and hold for a few seconds before letting those locks drop. Repeat this process until you have some defined waves.
At this point, I just let my hair air dry. Every 15 minutes or so, I went through and scrunched my hair randomly again. I repeated this until my hair was completely dry.
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Once my hair was dry, I used about a dime-sized amount of Got2b Messifying Putty. I rubbed it into the palms of my hands to warm it up before applying. Then, I followed the same step as before. Scrunch!
This putty works amazingly well for holding the waves in place. I scrunched in random places, flipped my hair upside down and scrunched more, and repeated the process until I was satisfied. There really is no method to the madness when it comes to a messy, beachy look. The messier, the better! Find what works for your hair and stick with it.
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And last, but not least, I finished up the look with the got2b Mess-merizing Texturizing Hairspray. This was probably my favorite part of the whole process. I lifted up the crown sections of my hair and spritzed them with the hairspray to create volume. For even more volume, I flipped my hair upside down and sprayed. While in this position, I scrunched my hair again.
Flipping back to right side up, I scrunched one last time to finish and polish the look. Then, I was ready to face the day with my messy, wavy hair.
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I love these products! My hair, even though it does have a slight bend in it, does not like to make pretty waves for me. It likes to dry into a ball of frizz if I don’t take the necessary precautions (like using a T-shirt to dry it). I have tried tons of other styling products to achieve the same look, but this is the only one I have come across so far that actually keeps my hair in messy fashion.
With other products, I noticed that my hair would look great when it was done. However, after a few hours, my hair would return to limp and lifeless, with just a kink or two here and there and a lot of frizz everywhere else.
With these products, the messy waves lasted all day, and I am sold!
Have any of you tried these products or would like to share your messy hair method? Share your experiences below!