This new spray gloss promises to make your hair shine like glass

Our favourites over at Eleven Australia have relaunched their Make Me Shine Spray Gloss, and they're promising next-level shine that's glossier than ever before. Oh, and we've ELEVEN bottles to give away...

With spring around the corner, we're practising our dewy make-up looks and beach wave hair.

We are very ready for bronzer, orange eyeshadow, floral outfits and letting our hair free now that wooly hat weather is (almost) no more.

So we were thrilled to see our go-to haircare brand has recently relaunched its miracle gloss spray, that promises to keep our locks shimmering and in place all season long.


Eleven Australia, which officially launched in Ireland last October, has upgraded its Make Me Shine Spray Gloss for 2020.

Retailing at €20 per bottle, the weightless finishing mist smoothes, tames flyaways and creates mirror-like shine in seconds.

Eleven says that for hair to shine like glass it has to be smooth, which is why it has included additional anti-humectant properties to block moisture, decrease frizz and control flyaways.

The Make Me Shine Spray Gloss is suitable for all hair types and textures.

Co-founder of Eleven Australia Joey Scandizzo says the spray is an essential in his kit bag. "It’s the last step when I create a style in the salon, on set or before one of my celebrity clients snap a selfie. Think of it like an illuminator for your hair – just spray over your finished style to up the gloss, while also keeping frizz and flyaways at bay."

Joey recommends shaking the bottle well before use, and spraying from 25cm onto dry, styled hair. For next-level glow, spray and blast with a hairdryer at the same time to add shine and reflect. We can't wait to try it this season.

And if you can't wait either, IMAGE has teamed up with Eleven Australia to give eleven lucky readers the chance to win a bottle for themselves. Enter here.


Get your hands on Make Me Shine Spray Gloss here, and for all Eleven Australia products and Irish stockist details, see

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