Kevin Murphy Killer.Waves x 150 ml
KILLER.WAVES x 150 ml by KEVIN.MURPHY
A weightless curl enhancer for fine wavy or curly hair that leaves hair feeling thicker. Infused with Baobab Seed Extract to increase shine and elasticity, this spray helps to define and separate waves while reducing frizz. Use as part of a tailored daily product routine for way or curly hair.
- Enhances and perfects wavy and curly hair
- Reduces frizz
- Treats while styling
- Does not weigh hair down
- Ideal for fine and damaged wavy or curly hair
HOW TO APPLY
Spray onto damp, towel-dried hair prior to styling. For use as a foundation product or layered with other products as desired.
Baobab Seed Extract provides moisturising and treatment benefits to the hair for improved elasticity.
Biotinoyl Tripeptide -1 strengthens the hair while creating a protective shield.
Full of antioxidant Vitamins A, C and E, and known for its beneficial anti-ageing benefits, Australia’s Wild Rosella Flower helps fight oxidation, and aids in hair repair – both inside and out.
Rich in antioxidants, Amino Acids and Vitamins, Yerba Mate helps create the appearance of thickness and adds shine.
All of my clients with fine wavy or curly hair said to me they needed a weightless and invisible curl enhancer as a large majority of the products were too heavy or too evident in the hair. With this in mind, I created KILLER.WAVES, a weightless volume and curl enhancing spray. Just as curly and wavy hair is personal, so is the combination of products needed to keep it just so. KILLER.WAVES gives flexibility and the ability to tailor-make your daily product routines.
Given the ingredients I was not expecting it to make my hair dry and feel tacky, there is way too much alcohol in this. It’s not even good dry like a salt spray usually is. The smell is honestly terrible as well, I can’t describe it. I tried putting it on and then letting my hair dry, as well as blow drying right after the application and neither felt good in my hair. I think I’ll need a cream rather than spray for curls. I wasted money on this, unfortunately.
I love Kevin Murphy products, they are usually incredibly soft and supportive to my hair - however this product really dries out my hair and I have to say that the waves look dry and crunchy. Has that been other people's experience?
I always thought I had a straight hair but lately it’s seem to have a bit of a wave. If I shower (I don’t usually use shampoo) and come out and spray this on my hair and scratch it with my fingertips, I have “almost curls”. I do have to admit that my hair has been bleached, natural colour is mostly brown and current colour is “blonde?”