Fictionary: Getting FollOCular

 Fictionary is a column showcasing beauty-related words that don’t exist, but should.

Dolls, last weekend, I was in New Jersey for a weekend-long wedding extravaganza for my friend Stacey. My bridesmaid hair looked fierce–when you say you like big hair in Jers, by gosh you GET big hair. They don’t mess around with volume. Anywho, come Sunday, my hair needed a little help. The volumized curls I’d been rocking the night before were wilting and needed a little pick-me-up. Unfortunately, my Bumble and bumble  Surf Spray, which I’d use for this type of occasion, was at home in my blockade of Sterilite drawers I use to store my beauty items. And everything I brought was only for use on wet hair and I was NOT washing my hair for this brunch after the Champagne-soaked evening I’d had.

What to do?
I realized I did have a product that would work in a pinch as a wave spray thanks to its solution of water and salt. I decided to get follOCular (follicular + ocular) and spray a stream of my Bausch and Lomb Biotrue Multi-purpose Solution into the length my hair. A little wide-toothed combing, a little scrunching, and we were good to go. The solution I’ve been loving for my contacts–it ALSO boasts a clear bottle so you can see when it’s time to replenish your stock, like their Renu Fresh–it turns out, is also great for my hair. Your eyes will love that it’s pH to match your tears. Your hair will love its wave-encouraging capabilities. Get involved.

Biotrue Multi-Purpose Solution retails for $16 for a set of two bottles on

Disclosure: A sample was provided for editorial consideration.

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