March 22, 2015

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RUSK Anti-Frizz Spray & RUSK Texture Spray #SpringBreakEssentials

Finally, the long-awaited spring break is here! After a brutal winter that’s been hitting most of the country (with no sign of letting up), it’s time to pack your bags and head somewhere to soak up the sun, lounge by the pool and relax.   When packing for your trip, keep your beauty products to a minimum, just take the bare necessities you need that can easily be throw on your face, your body, your hair.

So let's focus on the hair aspect!  Make sure you are treating your hair during your nights out at the beach. RUSK Anti-Frizz Spray and Texture Spray will keep your hair looking perfectly in place yet, effortlessly beach natural. These great travel sizes will fit perfectly into your spring break bag!

RUSK Anti-Frizz Spray (1.5 oz, $7; is a quick-dry working spray that weatherproofs hair against humidity for a frizz-free finish. RUSK® Anti-Frizz Spray creates an invisible barrier to style-busting humidity without weighing hair down

This is perfect for me as it provides all-day humidity resistance, creating an invisible barrier to style-busting humidity. Delivers style control because you can't control the weather. Does not weigh hair down. Provides color protection and strengthens hair.

RUSK Texture Spray (1.5 oz, $7; is a dry finishing spray with long-lasting, medium hold. It adds texture, shape and grip to create instant volume and fullness. It works to maintain your hairs natural sway and movement. 

This smells fantastic! This spray works very well for adding texture without weighing my hair down.  No need to worry about it leaving flakes in your hair or dry it out like others.  This is a great addition to my beauty bag!

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