As a self professed non-hair person, I do seem to keep mentioning it. I might have to rethink my angle. Anyway, whilst I work on that... today's featured beauty item is the Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturising Spray (£6.99). This has been hailed basically everywhere as a dupe for the Oribe Dry Texturising Spray, but as lovely as that looks there is no way I am shelling out £40 on a hair product. You can't make me do it. The line must be drawn somewhere.

I am all for fuss-free hair. I wash it every 2-3 days, and a recent effort to keep it healthy and growing I have been trying to stop using any heat on it. As a result, I have been resorting to your average (hopefully effortless) slightly tousled look. Between washes, dry shampoo aside, this is the only product I use. It is good hair in a can. Fluffy, freshly-washed hair? This will offer you some subtle structure without taken away from that wonderful clean feel. Slept on, flat hair? This is just the right amount of volume at the roots. Day three, dry-shampoo filled locks? This will be the extra oomph to take you through to your next wash. I like to spray a generous amount in my roots and ruffle my hands through- and that's hair done. Total time? 5 seconds. It also works wonders for a quick pre-night-out pick me up and a light spritz on unruly, grown out fringe helps it to sit just how you want it. In essence, it's the perfect balance between hold and texture without being too heavy or sticky. I could not be happier that this little can has come into my life and am slowly imposing it on everyone I know. The housemates have already caved. It really is good.

I've found something I like and I'm sticking to it... something which happens less than I'd care to admit with so many things out there to try! Have you tried this? What's your holy grail hair product?