MISSIO HAIR - Styling Spray
MISSIO HAIR - Styling Spray
MISSIO HAIR - Styling Spray
MISSIO HAIR - Styling Spray

MISSIO HAIR - Styling Spray


Formulated with keratin + baobab protein, this uplifting spray provides the perfect balance of volume, shine + heat protection - an essential companion before blow drying + thermal styling!

Can be used WET or DRY to achieve many styles. From a smooth blow dry to textured styles.


BOUNCY BLOW-DRY: Use on damp hair. Spray at roots for volume + lift. Mist onto mid-lengths for fullness + control. Blow dry and style with a round brush. Add curls or textured waves if desired.

RESET STYLES: On dry hair lightly mist to reset hair for styling. Let dry for 10 seconds. Blow-dry, curl or wave as desired. Brushable + buildable!

PREP-SPRAY: Thermal protection is a MUST for using heat tools. Lightly mist on dry hair to prepare for heat. Use curling iron or wand, working in small sections to curl hair. Brush through + finish.

WAVE SPRAY: On dry hair lightly mist + scrunch for soft waves with added shine.

  • 6 fluid oz
  • Formulated without sulfates, parabens or phthalates
  • Safe for color treated hair
  • Fresh uplifting scent - pineapple, white tea, bergamot, lychee blend.
  • Water-Based (instead of alcohol-based) to help hair retain moisture


Baobab Seed Protein: This botanical protein comes from an exotic African tree called the “Tree-of-Life.” Known for its anti-aging + superior damage recovery properties, it deeply nourishes + strengthens, provides superior softness + thermal protection, controls frizz, and helps to lock in moisture to keep hair hydrated + conditioned roots to ends.

MISSIO is a hair product company based in Wilmington, NC that exists to inspire and empower a movement of people in the fight against human trafficking. Their products not only perform, they are powerful: the purchase of each product supports initiatives to EDUCATE salons, stylists and store owners how to identify potential victims of human trafficking; MOBILIZE stylists and volunteers to serve in their own communities and GIVE to non-profit partners aiding in the rescue and rehabilitation of victims.