And it seems people have finally found the answer at Boots.
- Charles Worthington Volume 7 Bounce Texturising Spray, £6.99, Boots – buy now
Charles Worthington's Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray is no new product, but at just £6.99 and available to pick up easily on the high street, it's popularity seems to be growing.
For well under a tenner you can pick up a 150ml can that has been said to help "create the perfect voluminous 'Chelsea blowout' look" by reviewers.
This spray is big hair don't care in a tin.
The reviews speak for themselves, with the comments seeming to back up the brand's claims the spray gives "bigger hair in an instant" and "the ultimate back-combed effect without any damage".
Some rave reviews suggest it's a brilliant dupe for the Oribe Texturising Spray that retails at a whopping £44 for 300ml on Amazon.
Even taking into account difference in size, the Oribe version is three times as pricey.
- Oribe Texturising spray 300ml, £44, Amazon – buy now
And it's clear to see most users are huge fans, with Charles Worthington's version gaining 4.4/5 in its overall rating on Boots' website and 4.5/5 on Amazon.co.uk.
One woman on Amazon claimed to have tried everything out there, but says this product is the only thing that has worked for her.
She also compared it to the Oribe Texturising Spray saying she'd rather purchase this bargain dupe.
Others mention the amount of body the spray gives that lasts an entire day and almost everyone comments on how great it smells.
Always a winning factor.
And it's not just for those with thin hair, because there were even top reviews by people with thick locks, claiming that it helps their hair that is usually 'impossible to style'.
For £6.99 to try it out, who are we to argue?
We know where we'll be heading on our next work break.
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