Natulique | Is There Such a Thing as Ethical Hairspray?

Hairspray is not something I would commonly consider to be a sustainable choice when it comes to haircare, however this brand has changed that for me.

On our move to Australia from the UK I needed an easy ‘do’ so decided to cut in a fringe after years without it. I wondered if it was something I could carry off at my age really. Well, the answer fortunately was yes, but it definitely needed some help to stay looking good throughout the day faced with the rigours of parenting.

So as usual, I started with research. I literally could only find one brand that was taking an approach to a hairspray product that I found acceptable. They use biowaste to create the propulsion and it’s in a metal can. And even better, it works!

Say hello to Natulique.


There’s not much more to say except that I’ve not found anything remotely like it and it does a great job, contact the company for stockists near you. And while you’re at it, you could try their hair mask, also a delightful product (though sadly still in plastic).


Natulique is available in the following countries.

Hong Kong
New Zealand

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This post was supported by a free sample product from the company.

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