BEAUTY LAB Get just-had-sex hair, no du­vet redo re­quired

Want noth­ing more than wild, sexy, post-coital-look­ing locks? Beauty editor CASSIE POWNEY checks in with the new ‘fak­ing it’ sprays

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Kevin Mur­phy Bed­room Hair, £22

This Aussie con­tender is the light­est of the lot, so not The One if you want Kate Moss circa 2007 Glasto tex­ture. But if you’re af­ter a sub­tly di­shev­elled look, and like to eke out the time be­tween hair washes, it’s bonzer!

Hair By Sam McKnight Cool Girl, £25

This barely-there mist took my lank, end-of-the-week hair into un­done ter­ri­tory with min­i­mal teas­ing. Like Kev’s of­fer­ing, its ef­fects are on the sub­tle side, but my nos­trils ap­proved of the lin­ger­ing fresh scent.

Editor’s pick... Evo She­bang-a-bang Dry Spray Wax, £19.95

*New favourite hair brand klaxon!* This gim­mick-free prod­uct takes the scary out of wear­ing wax, de­liv­er­ing a fine mist that al­lows uni­form hair to be mussed-up and moulded with­out look­ing loaded down with prod­uct. Cool name, too.

Lee Stafford Lived In Spray, £3.99

Firstly: what a bar­gain. Se­condly: great pump ac­tion (each spritz dis­trib­utes the per­fect amount of mist). Thirdly: hello, vol­ume! (Work in and push through your roots.) The only down side? Its dryer tex­ture didn’t do much for my fly­aways.

Color Wow Style On Steroids, £20

Sit­ting closer to hair­spray on the prod­uct scale, this en­hances and sets sexy heat-styled tou­sles re­ally well. OK, so it’s not got the same field-of-flow­ers scent as the others, but it con­tains sci-fi-sound­ing mi­cro-ze­o­lites (ab­sorbent min­er­als) for added oomph. The re­sult: out-of-this-world hair. A close sec­ond.

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