Beauty Review: Rusk Shine Spray

Product: Rusk Sensories Bright Shine Spray

Cost: $13

Scent: Chamomile and Lavender

Where to Buy: Your local Rusk affiliated salon, Amazon, Ebay, sometimes TJ Maxx/ Marshalls

  • Easy to use
  • Smells great
  • Helps hair look healthy and shiny, plus sun protection
  • Works on hair when wet or dry

  • Meant for use on only blonde/highlighted/gray hair
  • Can easily make hair too shiny or look oily if not spread evenly
  • Scent can be overwhelming to some 
  • Difficult to use on thin hair 

The Rusk Sensories Bright Shine Spray is a light shine spray meant for use on blonde or highlighted hair. It comes in a small sized bottle that is convenient to place in a purse, travel bag or suitcase. It is chamomile and lavender scented, which is pleasant but can be overwhelming to those who do not like strong scents. I do not recommend using this with other highly scented hair products; it would definitely be a scent overload.

The spray can be used on wet or dry hair. I suggest using it on wet hair if you want more softness and dry hair if you want more shine. To use, spritz 3 to 5 spritzes throughout hair and brush through. If using on dry hair, especially if you have fine or thin hair, we recommend spraying it in your hands and rubbing through. The spray can be really heavy on fine hair and end up making your hair look oily instead of shiny; using your hands helps spread the product out more evenly. This is a great shine spray for summer because it contains sunscreen to help protect your hair color from fading in the hot summer sun.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

By: Lindsay Laderoute


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