Kevin Murphy Anti-Gravity Spray

“Defy gravity, and go bigger and even more beautiful with a burst of ANTI.GRAVITY.SPRAY. This lightweight, non-aerosol hair spray imparts a lush, oil-free shine to the hair, and will hold your style in place for longer.”

Overall: 5 Star

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Cult Beauty £21.00 Shop now
Amazon UK £35.78 Shop now

MFH says

One of my most used products of 2018. Product weightless volume and lift to the hair.

Use with a hair dryer and your hands to build in texture and define the shape before using your styling product.


SPRAY.DEFINE.DRY. A couple of sprays into damp hair and follow using a hair dryer to direct and build volume.


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  • Joel says:

    Hey robin! Really love your videos. I have fine hair and I just want a prestyler that adds body to my hair and makes it feel fuller. Was thinking aveda thickening tonic or label m but after seeing your review on this product I cannot decide. Which product do you think would suit my hair type the best? Also if you have any other recommendations outside of these that is fine also. Thank you! Hope you can help!

  • Kyle Webb says:

    This is a very general question that I hope you’ll answer. I’ve been trying to find a good Prestyler and product gor my hair which is flat and thing (Asian hair). I hope you’ll be able to help me and see this message, love your channel.

  • Carlos says:


    The way you describe how to use this products (use in damp hair) is quite the opposite of what says on the KM product page (to use in dry hair) … Am I missing something here?

    • Robin James says:

      Hey Carlos,
      I tend to use a pre-styler into damp hair. It works best for me. But give both ways a go and see what works for you.