Dupe or Not? Oribe Dry Texturing Spray Vs. Garnier Texture Tease

It has been too dang long since I've shared a Dupe or Not, hasn't it? I have been asked about this one so many times, that I figured it was time to share it. Have you heard of either product? Let's see if this Garnier $4.29 product can stack up to this $44 Oribe one!

What Is a Dry Texturizing Spray?

Part dry shampoo, part hairspray, this product is designed to give texture and some volume to dried hair. It does not take the place of dry shampoo. 

How Do You Use Dry Texturizing Spray?

This depends on the brand, but Garnier says from roots to mid shaft, about 8-12 inches, scrunching optional. Oribe says 5-6 inches from roots and tousle hair.

Garnier De-Constructed Texture Tease

3.8 0z

"Texture Tease is a dry touch finish flexible hairspray that holds lift & fullness on shapeless hair. Holds textured style all day. Gives a finish that is non tacky, not stiff or weighed down."

Purchase: Drugstores

Ingredients: Hydrofluorocarbon 152a, Alcohol Denat., Butane, Calcium Carbonate, Polyvinylcaprolactam, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Dimethicone, Parfum / Fragrance, Dimethiconol, Linalool, Limonene, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Amyl Cinnamal, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil / Orange Peel Oil, Nelumbium Speciosum Extract / Nelumbium Speciosum Flower Extract.

Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray

8.5 0z but there is a purse size available that is half price

"Bigger, better, full-on glamorous hair. This invisible dry hair spray builds in incredible volume and sexy texture. Patented polymers absorb oil at the roots, leaving you with just-styled hair for days (and nights)."

Purchase: Salons, Nordstrom, Beautylish, Neiman Marcus, online

Ingredients: Hydrofluorocarbon 152A, Dimethyl Ether, SD Alcohol 40-B (Alcohol Denat.), VP/VA Copolymer, Zeolite, Glycerin, Acetyl Triethyl Citrate, PEG/PPG 17/18 Dimethicone, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Extract, AMP-Isostearoyl Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Benzophenone-4, Water/Aqua/Eau, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Fruit Extract, Passiflora Incarnata Flower Extract, Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Fruit Extract, Hedychium Coronarium Root Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Linalool, Citral, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal, Parfum/Fragrance

On  your left, Garnier. On your right, Oribe.

Dupe or Not?

They are both award winners, and for good reason. I like them both. 

The ingredients are similar. I was going to go through each ingredient, but I know y'all skipped to the end! ;)

But the Garnier is definitely more of a hairspray and has more hold--I have to immediately work to diffuse the product or it will get too sticky in sections for me. The Oribe is easier to work with and does not have the hold.

While I don't consider the Garnier to be a dupe, for the price, it is pretty darn close. A dupe that I have found is the slightly-cheaper-than-Oribe Sally Herschberger, found at Sephora.

Have you tried either?

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  1. I use that texturing spray from garnier and i like it very much! I've never tried the other one tho.


  2. I've heard so much about oribe but man they are expensive!!! Several people said their dry shampoo isn't worth it but this texture spray is. I might try the garnier one though for the price! Love their products!!

  3. Elle, get out of my head! I have been looking for a texturing spray and the Oribe is on my list but I wasn't sure if it was worth the price. Love this, thank you!!

    Hope you are feeling better soon, it's Christmas week, you can't be sick!

    Whitney & Blaire
    Peaches In A Pod

  4. Great post :-) I think I will go for Garnier one ;-)

  5. I haven't tried either, but that's great that the Garnier one is a pretty good dupe. Thanks, Elle!:)

  6. I love that Garnier one!!

    X Merel

  7. ah how fun! i really haven't heard about texturizing spray but i have heard about oribe. good to know that it's good enough bc $44 is steep! hope you're feeling better!

    xoxo cheshire kat

  8. Wow, the price difference is impressive! Garnier seems to be nice, with the hold you mentioned, and Oribe at least has a half size alternative for $22 - instead of 44, but still a big diffference, compared to Garnier! OK, that they are not the same, but I would pick Garnier then :) Hope you have a great Christmas. Elle, enjoy it a lot with family and Charlie (who is family too)!

  9. I love my Oribe spray, but I'll have to look into the Garnier one! You can't beat the price for how similar they are!

  10. Oribe is my favorite product ever! I wish it was cheaper but it's so amazing. It smells great too :)

  11. I’m so glad you explained what a dry texturizng spray was because I had no clue. Ive heard people on YouTube rave about the Oribe one, but I never knew what it was for. I know nothing about hair which is apparent by how mine looks half the time. I hope you’re feeling better!

  12. I love using the Garnier one in combo with their beach chick spray, gives me great beachy waves that don't fall out. I have thin hair and having that hold is great because keeps flyaways down and keep my hair from going totally flat.

    Katie | https://ktmcgworld.blogspot.ca

  13. I haven't tried either of these products or a texturizing spray before, but I've heard a lot about them. Hmm... maybe I need to get one and try it out, I think I'd go with the Oribe first.


  14. I haven't heard of either of these products. To me, the right side looks a tiny bit more lifted at the top but that could just be the curls on that side of your head. Thanks for sharing!

  15. I looooove the Oribe texturizing spray, but it's SO pricey. I bet I could make the Garnier work if I was careful not to let it get too concentrated (sticky) in places- thanks for this rec, lady!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  16. I've never tried texture spray... but now i'm intrigued. Especially for those 'natural' days where the waves are flowing. Nice to try & control them.

  17. I haven't tried either but I think my hair could use a texturizing spray. It sounds like the Oribe is the one to try first!

    Doused In Pink

  18. I know it's frustrating because most readers skip to the end but I would love to learn about the ingredients, Elle but I understand why you skipped it. I have yet to try texturizing spray but I think I should as my hair is lack of volume.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

  19. Hope you feel better soon. I haven't heard of this product before. I will so have to add it to my list of new things to try.


  20. Hope you feel better! I only have experience with the oribe at the salon and I love it but it is so pricy! I will have to try the garnier! Thanks as always, I love these posts!

  21. I have wanted to try the Oribe spray for so long but the price tag does really put me off. The Garnier one seems like a great product for the price and definitely worth giving a try :) I hope you start to feel better soon x

  22. I don't really buy high-end products, so I'd love to try the Garnier one even if it isn't an exact dupe! Thanks for sharing!


  23. I swear by the Oribe product so much. It's one hair product that I will splurge on, but now I'mr really curious about the other one! I'll have to give it a try. Even if it's slightly similar, I'd still probably love it!

  24. Hope you're feeling better! I go on binges when I will use a ton of dry shampoo, and then I just don't. lol I'll keep the Garnier one in mind next time I need one. (;

  25. I'm always on the hunt for some more volume. I have thin, flat straight hair. I will have to try this! Hope you start feeling better asap!

  26. Okay this is super helpful! I have wanted to try one, but I am not willing to pay $44. I need to try the Garnier option. Thanks!

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  27. Sounds like it's worth trying out the Fructis for the price difference!

    Hope you are feeling better soon!

  28. For the difference in price I would definitely go with the Garnier. I have to say they have some great products!

  29. I'm super excited to read your take on the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray since I just got the purse size spray in a beauty box. Can't wait to try it now! Take care and feel better soon Elle!

  30. I've been really wanting to try that Oribe spray after hearing such good things. For the $40 price difference though I think I'll try Garnier first!


  31. I've actually never tried a texturizing spray - but I've heard amazing things about Oribe!! I think i'll try the smaller version of it first! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

  32. These both sound great! I need to try a texturing spray! My hair can be so flat!

    <3 Shannon
    Upbeat Soles

  33. These both sound amazing! I haven't tried either but would really like to. I'll have to pick up the Garnier one!

  34. I feel like they never do much to my hair anyway though I do always give them a go...! But I'll try the Garnier one!

  35. Haven't tried garnier, but I love my Oribe spray!

    xx Yasmin

  36. I was so excited to see this post from you yesterday! I've never tried the Oribe, but I have the Garnier and have found it way too strong of a hold for just that textured look. Glad that you agree!

  37. Feel better soon! The Oribe side does seem more fluid and voluminous. I'd try the Sally Herschberger!

  38. I have to admit that I love Oribe. But dupes are my fave!

  39. I haven't tried either, but they both sound great!

  40. Love the pic of you !! Never tried the products but it sounds super :)

  41. Awesome review! How have I never heard of dry texturing spray before? LOVE <3
    Green Fashionista

  42. I haven't tried either, but I'm happy to know more about them.

  43. I've actually never used a texturizing spray before! Since I use a ton of both dry shampoo and hairspray, maybe I should give one of these a go!

  44. Good to know the both sprays seem to work well! I hope you feel better soon!


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