Alberto European Extra Hold Unscented Hairspray delivers long-lasting extra hold for difficult styles. It's formulated to resist humidity and contains a UV filter to help protect against environmental damage. This spray is unscented, making it ideal for those with sensitive skin or noses.
Useful Tips: Alberto European Extra Hold Unscented Hairspray is great for giving shape to mid-length and long hair - just spray onto your brush or comb and work through your mid lengths and ends.
How to Use: Shake can well before use. Hold can 20cm away from your hair and spray all over, for a long lasting extra hold finish. Avoid contact with eyes.
What's in the Box: Alberto European Extra Hold Hairspray, Unscented, 213g.
- Resists humidity for long lasting extra hold
- Contains a UV filter to help protect against environmental damage
- Unscented for those with sensitive skin and noses
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Robert: more than a year ago
We use this and are happy with it. It's hard to find unscented products (often they're scented even if they say unscented) but this one really is unscented. I'm not sure why there are so many negative comments about this hairspray. Perhaps they are for the pump spray and not the aerosol? We use the aerosol and like it.
Susan: more than a year ago
What a terrible business decision to change the formula for the Alberto European Extra Hold spray pump. I used the old product for years and since the spray changed a few months ago, I have been looking for an alternative. The new spray is sticky and heavy and I wish they would bring back the old formula (just like all the other comments being left here).
Joan: more than a year ago
Please bring back the old formula. The new one is absolutely terrible, makes the hair stiff and sticky - can't even get a comb through it - I had used the old one for years and loved it. I am now looking for a new product as I will not buy the present formula ever again. Furthermore it won't spray through the nozzle properly. I am returning the last bottle and I will not buy it again until Alberto goes back to the old formula.