This celebrity-approved volumizing hair spray is only $25 on Amazon

Brooke Shields, Meghan Markle and Sarah Jessica Parker swear by this relatively cheap volumizing hair spray

Brooke Shields
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When it comes to beauty, celebrities obviously know what they're talking about, which is why we're into the volumizing hair spray that Brooke Shields recently applied to her own locks, according to Instagram.

Investing in a top-notch hair spray is a good way to stop the wind and rain from ruining your hair, and Serve Norman's Dream Big Instant Volumizing Spray is totally worth the (actually affordable!) splurge. 

The product, currently selling on Amazon for $25, promises to strengthen "hair with natural minerals and proteins while providing a touchable hold—"and that’s exactly the sort of effect that Brooke's hairstylist Tim Nolan was likely going for. 


Dream Big Instant Volumizing Spray, $25

Dream Big Instant Volumizing Spray, $25 | Serge Normant

Packed with natural minerals and proteins, the spray volumizes and strengthens hair.

In a behind-the-scenes Instagram Story that he posted from the set of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, where Brooke appeared a few days ago, Tim is holding the hair spray, applying it to the star's look.

Other celebrities have endorsed the product as well. Serge himself is actually a hairstylist to the stars and he has apparently used it to create Meghan Markle's iconic look on the September 2021 Time magazine cover—the first time she appeared alongside her husband Prince Harry on the front page of a magazine.

Serge also works with style and beauty icon Sarah Jessica Parker, so it’s no surprise that she has gone on the record about her love for his product as well (we wonder if using it may help us get Carrie Bradshaw hair!). According to People, Sarah Jessica once called the volumizing go-to "a must." She told the magazine that the spray "works for so many people. Use it instead of dry shampoo or hairspray to give your hair more body."

Bonus points: the cruelty-free formula is made without mineral oils or parabens—which we're told to avoid when shopping for beauty products—and, when applied, the spray is both dry and clear so you don't have to worry about your locks looking wet and powdery. 

If high praises from celebrities aren’t enough to convince you to try the hair spray, consider the price tag. At $25, what are you still waiting for?

Anna Rahmanan is a New York-based writer and editor who covers news, entertainment, lifestyle, culture, food, travel and more. Read more of her work at annabenyehuda.com.